.. is of course bullshit, but did they ever cite the specifics heart problem which allegedly death-sentencing this poor puss to a year or less of Consuelo's care in the cellar of Chimney Manor? I'm no great researcher but when googling "Can a heart repair itself?," aside from specific heart medicines and the introduction of exercise after a heart attack, I was surprised to read that it was possible for a heart to regenerate. However, the catch was that the research into the use of stem cell injections which looks encouraging is still in its formative stages and any improvement would be very gradual on average. From what I've read (and admittedly could be wrong), generally speaking, short of a specialized operation or two, one must live with a heart condition, modify lifestyle, monitor it frequently and contain it with prescription drugs in most cases. So maybe as the book hype grows, the Shed's twitterazzis could start demanding to see a copy of the original EKG and any other veterinary cardiology diagnostic reports detailing the ailment, as well as reiterating ad nauseum that a magical heart cure over the course of 6 months or less without medical intervention, at least until St Beth achieved it, seemed to have been a medical unlikelihood. Just like her bios "coincidentally" started to eliminate Europe, when a lot of former fans started demanding to see photo proof of Beth's 4 "high fashion" 4 years of overseas modeling, maybe they can be compelled into a similar midstream change in the narrative of this this fairytale, ya think?