Monthly Archives: December 2010

Story of Hong-San (a cat rescued from Redhill)

On the 23rd of December 2010, Yihui brought the cat to Pet Clinic.
The cat was defensive initially but it settled down after a few days for its gender to be determined. It was a gal and Siew Ying named her Hong-San meaning Red Hill in Mandarin.
She was discharged from Pet Clinic on 30th December 2010.

Below are mms from Siew Ying:
31st December 2010“Hong-san finished one can of fancy feast and one big bowl of sanebelle kibbles at one go. She put on some weight at the vet.”

31st December 2010“See her back – so bony! Poor girl! Luckily we got her out from the owner.”

“Hong-san still eating, I left the kibbles for her for lunch, she eats now! She must be deprived of food for a long time !”

Story of Penny (rescued 29th December 2010)

“”Penny – the kitten from blk 81/82, abput 7 weeks old.
She is suspected being abused with acute onset of left hindlimb lameness – feeder aunty who claimed that she couldn’t afford to bring her to the vet found her dragging her hindlimb and left her in this condition for more than 10 days now.
I only came to know about it on wednesday morning.
I told another feeder to help to catch and pass to me.
I collected her on Wednesday night (29-12-2010) and brought her to Dr. Au yesterday (30-12-2010). Too young to go through other procedures. Now her left hindlimb is bandaged in such a way that the limb is not left draggin.
Dr. Au said to review her in a week’s time. Will carry on giving joint support. Hope she will recover soon.”

“Due to the pain, she was not eating on Tuesday & Wednesday. Yesterday (Thursday) she ate a little but this morning she finished half a can of fancy feast :)”

“Penny ‘s bandanged hindlimb”

“Yum! Yum!”

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