Sent: Wednesday, November 04, 2009 4:12 PM
Just a summary about the 2 kittens..
Almost 3 weeks ago, we came across a kitten laying in front of a car at a car park.
As understood from the driver, there were 2 kittens sleeping in the rims of the car tires, when he unknowingly drove off..
One of the fall to the floor with the other was stuck in the rims upside down for about 1 1/2 hrs till few guys jacked off the wheels.
One of them (who was stuck in the rims) Nicha, is recovering well. She had a big part of her skin torn off, however the wound is healing very well now.
For her, we hope to put her up for adoption once she has recovered from her wound in maybe a weeks’ time. She has also had her first dose of vaccination & been dewormed.
For Rosy, (who was lying on the floor) the vet concluded that she has a head trauma. She was in terrible pain & her pupils were of a different size that nite.
The vet had managed to extract part of the fluid to help reduce the swelling & that helped. In the first 2 weeks, she had seizures sometime up to 4 times a day. After a seizure, she goes blind or faints for a while or sometimes it is so bad she springs out of her box.
I consulted with three vets already & they are of the opinion that I should put her to sleep. But I understand that seizures are not painful, though definitely uncomfortable but do not deserved to be put down. I would rather take her back from hospital but the vets did not think she will survive long. After each seizures, she needed life support of oxygen & injections to stop the seizure which seemed impossible to manage at home without any equipment nor experience.
其中之一掉在地上，另一只被困在轮辋上，颠波了约1 / 2小时，到几个人抬高车轮。
曾 征询三位兽医的意见，他们认为我应该让她安然的离去。但据我所知，羊癫疯症是会不痛的，虽然会不舒服，但不应当让她就这样的死去。我宁愿把她从医院带回 家，但售医认为她不会生存很久。每次发作后，她需要的氧气和注射药物以停止病发，没有任何设备和经验，似乎不可能在家里护理她。