Vincent’s Day 2 at the vet’s

Vincent must be feeling much better after the IV-rehydration. He ate up all the food that the vet gave him – chicken breast meat, wetfood and kibble!

He looks more cheerful as well.

We visited this morning.

He was his usual “super manja” self. Even both the vets said so. He’d rub himself all over anyone (who loves animals).

So glad he is eating everything that he laid out before him at the clinic. At home, he is super choosy with food. He is an expert at “manipulating” me to get whatever food he wants!

The vet says it’s best to keep Vincent on the IV-drip for 3 days.

There’s some swelling (water retention) on his drip-paw but nothing to worry about. It was hard getting a vein, so since the vets managed to get one, might as well reap maximum benefit from the IV-drip. Vincent is still dehydrated though it’s slightly better than yesterday.

The vet also cautioned that Vincent might only be feeling better because of the IV-drip. Feeling better may not mean he is getting better. We still have to wait for the blood test results.

The vet also suspects Vincent may already have kidney failure. If so, that would be a condition that we would have to learn to manage – probably with subcut fluids. Whatever it is, we have to wait for the blood test results.

Hey, Vincent!

You have to stay here for a few more days, alright? You have two nice vets looking after you – you’re in the best hands.

It was a long wait for the blood test results and we only managed to get it a few minutes ago, after 5pm.

The vet texted:

Some elevation of the kidney parameters seen, i think its mostly due to dehydration. Large increase in white blood cells. Other then that, results were largely unremarkable. No change in treatment plans.

What a relief! So, it’s not total kidney failure.

We shall continue with the same treatment plans – IV-drips and antibiotic injections. The large increase in white blood cells is due to the massive gum issues, so let’s hope the antibiotics will do its work.

Meanwhile, thank you very much, dear friends, for rooting for Vincent!

Tomorrow the clinic is closed, so we shall see how he is on Saturday.

Note: Vincent’s antibiotics: Enrofloxacin sq 5mg/kg sid and metronidazole iv 10mg/kg bid.

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Pandan Indah (Low Sze Yin’s)

We have sponsored RM60 for the neutering of this cat.

Dear Dr Chan,

For your information. This cat was rescued in Pandan Indah near a bank. He will be adopted.His name called Xiao Hei.

Vincent’s updates

At about 5pm today, Vincent’s vet updated me with a video and photograph of Vincent. The vet decided to put Vincent on IV-drips since he was very dehydrated.

We hope Vincent feels better soon, with the help of the drips for rehydration. It would be certainly more effective than drinking water orally or subcut fluids.

Then, at about 8.30pm just now, the vet sent another video which showed Vincent eating on his own.

At least he is eating on his own, which is really good.

Meanwhile, the vet has taken Vincent’s blood and we will only know the results tomorrow. We are worried that he may have kidney issues.

Till tomorrow comes…

We thank all our friends here for the kind wishes and prayers for Vincent’s recovery. Vincent thanks all of you too!!

Neutering aid for 3 dogs in Lumut, Perak (Mohd Khalil Sofi bin Harun’s)

We have sponsored RM300 for the neutering of these 3 dogs.

En Mohd Khalil Sofi is a new applicant and he rescues animals with his two neighbours.

Hello Dr Chan,
My name is Mohd Khalil Sofi Bin Harun and I’m from Lumut Perak. The reason I’m sending you this email is to request an animal care neutering aid from your organization.
At 1st, I’ve been working alone to capture the dogs which are stay in my housing area but I cant. So, I’m asking help from my housemate, Amirul to help me out. Sometimes my neighbor, Siti Aminah will help me but most the time its only me to feed the dogs everyday.
So, I hope that you can approve my request for neutering aid.
I’ll send a form tomorrow.
Please refer attachment as per request.
Regards,
Mohd Khalil Sofi Bin Harun

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Pandan Perdana (Loh Wan Ching’s)

We have sponsored RM60 for the neutering of this cat.

Ms Loh is a new applicant.

This cat was rescued in Pandan Perdana. She will be adopted.

Neutering aid for 1 dog in Batu Caves (Gan Chin Hoon’s)

We have sponsored RM100 for the neutering of this dog.

Ms Gan is a new applicant.

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Balakong (Ooi Bao Ying’s)

We have sponsored RM60 for the neutering of this cat.

Ms Ooi is a new applicant.

This is BAOYING, I’ve posted the application form to you. Here are some pictures of the cat I neutered. It’s the same cat but the color seems to be a little different due to the lights.
Hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you!
Regards,

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Pandan Indah (Ng Koon Yeow’s)

We have sponsored RM60 for the neutering of this cat.

Mr Jeff Ng is a new applicant.

This cat was spotted around old town white coffee Pandan Indah feeling lonely and hungry. I, Jeff Ng rescued it near old town white coffee on 6/7/2018 I took it home and fed it. Two days later 8/7/2018 made appointment with Dr took it to nearby to neuter. After neutering the cat slowly recovered and I have since released it to the neighbouring Pandan Indah area on 15/7/2018. Thank you.

Neutering aid for 3 cats in Petaling Jaya (Kiu Sin Luen’s)

We have sponsored RM180 for the neutering of these 3 cats.

Dear Doctor Chan,

I’m Kiu Sin Luen, I want to apply Aid funds support for cats spay surgery. Their name is Pretty, Beauty and Wu Mi. I rescue then at SS2, Petaling Jaya. I spayed them on 12.07.2018, I will take care of them after this.
Follow attachment is their pictures and Pretty and Beauty together.
Best Regards,
Kiu Sin Luen