Monthly Archives: May 2009

Dkarma

Dkarma, a resident of Mettacattery since 1999, is on the way to the vet for swelling of the left face.

Sponsoring of this senior cat’s vet fees will help to lighten the financial burden on the volunteers.

1300hrs, update from Siew Ying
“Dkarma was seen by Dr Kenneth Ong. He felt Dkarma was very senior and at risk of adverse reaction to general anaesthetics. Injection and medication were administered. The swelling could also be due to cancer.”

Despite the swelling, Dkarma is still able to eat and she is not in pain. She will be given more personal care from now and she will be ensured physical and mental comfort till her last breath.

Dkarma’s vet fees have been sponsored.

25th May 2009, 8pm, update from SY: “The abscess has burst spontaneously and Dkarma did not protest to gentle flushing with normal saline. She is also eating and taking the antibiotic. The face is now less distorted.”

A Newly Rescued Tiny Kitten Called Tripod

A teacher from Raffles Girls School called to ask for CWS’s number for help about a month’s old 3-legged kitten. The kitten needs to be syringed milk. The students there named him Tripod. Very tiny. Hardly palm-sized.

Contact us if you would like to help by:

1) Adopting,
2) Fostering, or
3) Sponsoring for the care of this kitten