Wednesday, March 29, 2006
My colleague and I picked up an abandoned Pomeranian bitch near our office some time ago [you can read a bit about it and see her lovely pic HERE].
After a couple weeks of intensive treatment for her skin and ear infection, the Pom is recovering and has been adopted by my colleague's younger sister. Yay.
Supplier's Kitten on Road to RecoveryEarly last week I mentioned S's latest rescue kitten that was suffering from panleukopenia aka FIE aka Feline Distemper [read about what happened HERE].
I went back last Friday to get collect an order and saw the kitten. S did a fantastic job of turning his health around. When I first saw the kitten, he could barely move. Now he looked much better, and could walk around and eat and drink.
Photos taken with my colleague's camera phone, so the resolution is somewhat grainy. A big thank you to MARK R for the pics, okay I've named you here, now you must read my blog. Heh.
Let me out, I'm telling you, I'm better already
The secret for his miraculous improvement - besides aggressive support therapy, a sterile environment, and a lot of loving - is apparently this very special [and very expensive] feline health supplement blend. Good God, I've already forgotten its name, but I'm sure she'll be promoting it from now on.
His name is Sunshine, and S is keeping him. Shared adversity is a powerful bond. They are so in love with each other.
Giving us a handsome Sunshine Smile
I'll have to call S again tomorrow to place a special dog food order [my dogs live with my parents 'cause I haven't any space for bull terriers in my apartment]. I'll probably ask how Sunshine's doing. And I think Sunshine's going to be even better. Woot!
Oh happy me.
Can I borrow him for an hour or two? I bet his tail can sweep my floor clean clean. Hehehe...
Oh, must share the name of this wonderful supplement. Is it Solid Gold Feline Supplement (or something like that)? I think it cost over $30 for a small can.
thanks so much for your kind thoughts!
I just called S and she is confident that Sunshine has completely recovered. Right now he squeaks instead of meows, 'cause of the healing mouth and throat ulcers; otherwise he's gambolling about just like any other kitten.
kxbc: it's called ENZYME PRO PLUS and it's $69.90 for a small tub.
auntie p: it's a normal playpen gate but since that pic was taken, Sunshine has learnt to jump over it. :P Umm, I guess it's not so useful anymore.
I'm VERY happy. :D :D :D
You guys have been great. Love to all!
CatDonna & Cats
Can humans eat it too? Do you think it will help improve our health? Esp looking after all the little monsters we have.
kayley: *Er umm uhh*... well your pic is pretty nice... o_0
5CS: Yeah! I grin happily too. :D