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Rio’s scrotum infection

Two days ago, we noticed some redness on one of Rio’s scrotum. It looked like an inflamed wound.

So, it was off to the vet’s with Rio (on Tuesday).

Luckily, it wasn’t a castration wound. That had already healed. The vet said it was an external wound. Rio must have somehow got it lacerated.

Now, the tricky part about the scrotum is that the skin there is very thin and sensitive. So, definitely no iodine or hibiscrub are to be used. The vet gave me some oral antibiotics on standby, just in case it is needed. An anti-inflammatory injection was also given. I’m only to apply a very, very thin layer of Fucidin cream onto the wound twice a day.

The wound improved the next day as it appeared to be dryer. We took a photo and sent it to the vet and she says there is no need to start on the antibiotics. However, by evening, after the application of Fucidin, Rio began licking the wound and that caused it to bleed. We used the e-collar, but this caused him tremendous stress and he struggled out of it.

So, we decided not to apply the Fucidin cream since this made him lick it. A cat’s tongue is rough and since the scrotum skin is thin, the licking would make it worse.

By himself, we have not seen Rio licking the wound at all, so we decided to leave it alone. It did not seem to bother him at all.

This morning, the wound looks dry, so that’s good. Hopefully, it will heal on its own.

Rio

A thunderstorm-free day

The thunderstorms and heavy rain have been terrible. Yesterday, we finally had one thunderstorm-free day even though the sky was gloomy.

We had to use tarpaulin sheets to shield off the rain from certain favourite spots of the cats too.

Finally, Bunny gets some fun in the sun this morning.

And Pole gets to sunbathe.

Indy is back to his normal ways and appetite already, so that’s a huge relief.

It’s sunny right now, but there’s no telling if there would be a thunderstorm in the evening.

 

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Damansara (Halina bt Mohd Yaacob’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM200 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Updates on the previous claim is below.

Sekitar bulan June 2020 yang lepas, saya menjumpai 2ekor anak kucing di kawasan parking pejabat saya di Mutiara Damansara.Umur mereka mungkin sekitar 3bulan sewaktu itu. Kedua-dua kucing ini berlari-lari di kawasan parking, dan saya tidak menemukan ibu mereka. Mereka kelihatan seperti di buang oleh seseorang dan dalam keadaan tidak sihat. Kerana risaukan keselamatan mereka, takut dilanggar dan bagi tujuan merawat mereka, saya membawanya pulang ke rumah dan mengubati mereka.Saya ada bertanya juga pada sesiapa yang ingin adopt 2ekor kucing ini tapi tidak berhasil. Oleh itu saya berniat untuk menjaga mereka selagi ada hayat tetapi kerana kewangan saya yang tidak mengizinkan, saya terpaksa memohon bantuan neuter ini dari pihak AnimalCare supaya kehidupan mereka lebih terjamin dan tidak membiak.

Previous claim:

Gambar terkini kucing yang saya mohon bantuan neuter beberapa bulan yang lepas juga saya sertakan bagi rekod pihak tuan. Kucing itu kini semakin dewasa, gemuk dan sihat selepas dimandulkan. 

Indy eats

Indy actually started eating baby food on his own yesterday afternoon. By evening, he was able to eat his raw food, though the amount was less than his usual.

Today, he was also able to eat his raw food, but still at a reduced amount.

Hopefully, his appetite will be back to normal gradually.

This morning, he was back to his usual active self, so that it is an encouraging sign.

Indy to the vet’s

Indy refused breakfast this morning and looked quite miserable. Sometimes, Indy does skip a meal but he would remain active. This morning, he looked sick and his body also felt warm to the touch. He only went to defecate and his faeces were normal. Then, he just slept on a pillow the whole morning and appeared to be quite lethargic. This is definitely not normal for Indy.

So, we took him to the vet’s for a check-up.

As expected, and this almost always happens each time Indy gets sick, it was difficult to ascertain exactly what is wrong with him. His blood test is normal, his PCV is 38%, which is good. His kidney and liver readings are also all within the normal range.

So, what is wrong with Indy?

Refusing to eat is never a good, so there is something wrong with him. The vet did say perhaps his abdomen is a little gassy. He felt a little warm but his temperature is normal.

That’s Indy for you – always baffling the vets.

Anyway, Indy was given an anti-inflammatory injection. He probably has some pain in the stomach, so I’m to give him Tramadol on the inner ears.  The vet also prescribed Baytril but this is only to be given IF he still doesn’t eat by tonight.

Let’s hope Indy starts eating then.

We got home and it was lunch time. Indy came to join everyone for lunch, but he wasn’t interested in eating.

Later on, I gave him some Cindy’s baby food and he licked up half a can. Cindy’s baby food has been out of stock for many months now, so I’m using the last few cans as preciously as possible.

There’s no vomiting so far, so let’s hope he can hold down the food.

Indy, are you going to cure yourself again?

Petfood Donation to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: In memory of Kam Kah Kay from her family, In memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon, In memory of Heidi from Ng Chen Chen, In memory of Heidi from Tabs & Ginger, Kok Khee Wee, Ng Seng Yum, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Tan Tay Thye, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Emily Kee, Tan Lai Fun.

The petfood:

Cindy’s Holistic Series cat kibbles Country Indoor  13kg – 1 bag

Monge Natural cat kibbles Adult 10 kg – 1 bag

Cindy’s Delicious 80gm cat canned food

– Tuna Chicken – 10 boxes

– Tuna Salmon – 2 boxes

Alps dog 400gm can pate.

– Salmon 3 boxes

– Turkey 2 boxes

Alps dog kibble 13kg

– Lamb 2 bags

– Turkey 2 bags

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Imm’s Shelter: Our utmost appreciation to all MyAnimalcare donors for their kindness and generosity and Avant Pet for the free delivery. Blessings from Imm and all our furry friends at Imm’s shelter.

Imm’s Shelter is currently home to 34 dogs and 19 cats. It is run by Imm and volunteers.
Latest photos of the furries:

Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: In memory of Kam Kah Kay from her family, In memory of Heidi from Ng Chen Chen, In memory of Heidi from Tabs & Ginger, Kok Khee Wee, Ng Seng Yum, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Wan Tai Seng, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Tan Tay Thye, Chow Yi Lin, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Freya, Theia, Tito, Yong Siew Mee, Kwan Pei Kuan, Yvonne Suet Lee, anonymous donors.

The petfood:

Vitalplus dog kibble 18kg – 2 bags

Alps small bite kibble Salmon 13kg – 7 bags

Vitalplus cat kibble Salmon 18 kg – 6 bags

Cindy’s Holistic Country Indoor 13 kgs – 3 bags

Dog canned food Alps Classic Pate (400g) Salmon – 5 boxes

Cat canned food Cindy Delicious Tuna Salmon (80g) – 10 boxes

Cindy’s Cat litter clumping clay 10L – 35 bags

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Thank you for being so generous and thoughtful. Dear donors and myanimalcare. We wanted to let you know how much we appreciate the pet food you donated to us. 🙏🙏🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is currently home to 236 dogs and 80 cats. It is run by Ng Foo Mun with help of his workers. Mun Mun also feeds a colony of dogs and monkeys outside his shelter.

Latest photos of the shelter furries:

A video of the cattery: https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1015781618905213&id=560470421103004

The Greystoke Kittens are neutered!

The Greystoke Kittens have reached five-and-a-half months old and are finally neutered today!

Rey and Lynx, being the strongest, also donated blood plasma to the clinic (to be kept frozen for any patient who might need it).

Robin and Rio were neutered first, followed by Rey and Lynx. The procedures were done one by one.

But Rey and Lynx recovered so much faster than Robin and Rio. Clearly, the two are stronger.

Rio

Robin

Lynx and Rey – last to be done, donated blood plasma, but first to recover and are back to their mischievous ways while Rio and Robin were still slightly groggy.

Seeking comfort from Uncle Ginger. Ginger grooms all of them.

We are keeping our options open to rehome the Greystoke Kittens, preferably in pairs, strictly indoors. Rey and Lynx are very confident, robust and of similar personality. They are more adoptable. Robin and Rio are more timid.

Petfood Donation to PAWS

Donors: In memory of Kam Kah Kay from her family, In memory of Heidi from Ng Chen Chen, In memory of Heidi from Tabs & Ginger, Kok Khee Wee, Ng Seng Yum, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Wan Tai Seng, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Tan Tay Thye, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Wan Nor Jannah, Evon Goh, Emily Kee, Freya, Theia, Tito, Yong Siew Mee, Julia Chong, Irene Leong, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wong Chin Kuan, Khoo Ming-Yi, Yvonne Suet Lee, Cho Fung Kin, Jennifer Balagut, Chin Lee Lee & Brown Brown & Chong Swee Mooi, Hew Voon Yoke, anonymous donors.

The petfood (PAWS only requested puppy food):

Alps small bite puppy kibble – 20 packs

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from PAWS: Puppy food received. Thank you. 

PAWS is currently home to 109 cats, 44 kittens, 96 dogs and 110 puppies.