Rest in Peace
Lora had been warded for more than a week, she tested FIV positive and later was also found to suffer from Diabetes. I think everything possible was done…
I do so hope against hope that Lora will make it and be able to enjoy a good retirement! Leng was even going to start her on the very expensive Interferon!
Please pray for Lora!!!
Anyone who would like to contribute towards Lora’s medical expenses please send cheque direclty to the vet. Any amount will help and be greatly appreciated!
15 Venus Road,
Windsor Park Estate,
Phone: + 65 6556 0268
Please indicate: for “Lora” under Leng’s Stray Cat Account
The very kind lady who gave Lora a home called to let me know that all is well and she is getting used to her new home. She also brought Lora to the vet for check up and blood tests.
But sick or healthy… Lora will now have a loving home and be cared for until her last day!
Will pass the kitten to Penny who may have a ready adopter.
I think he/she is about 2 months old. Many new abandonees… sigh!
Kitten in foster home – already dewormed, treated for diarrhoea and bathed.
Took Lora home yesterday. The fur on her neck, lower half of her body and tail has been shaved off. Her right back paw is swollen. I didn’t attempt to wash the wound or apply the cream but managed to sprinkle some antibiotic powder. I have to be very careful as the bathroom door is not secure.
Lora has a huge appetite and will take the antibiotics mixed into her food. I can stroke her and change the newspaper while she is eating… after that she will start hissing again.
There is a smell…probably infected wound on her hind leg. Will bring her to the vet in the morning.
Found the pregnant tabby girl at Blk *17 area 2, named her Lora. The Malay feeder helped me to carry her into the carrier…but he was too slow and let her escape. After a while I coaxed her out from under the car, stroked her for some time and then quickly placed her into the carrier.
Lora is very frightened and I had a hard time transferring her into the cage after sterilization…but at least she is eating well. Will probably keep her for 5 to 7 days to recover and put on some weight.
Oliver, the young black-and-white boy who appeared at blk *26 area 1 a few months back, seems to be a quiet and timid cat. He looked very skinny and sickly when we first saw him. Oliver is now at the vet and will soon be returned as a proper tipped-ear community cat.