Fight, fight sweet kitty!
@Regrann from @letsadoptindonesia - When you first see Emily nothing can prepare you for what comes next.
Animals suffer silently, and Emily did too. Nobody knew or even suspected about the monster hiding under her belly. It took months before anybody noticed the bulge. It took an hour at the clinic to uncover the ugly truth. Please read Emily's story and help us save her. ------
Emily's condition was horrible. She was severely emaciated and dehydrated so she was immediately put on IV.
Upon further examination, what we found got worse... 😓
Emily is suspected to be about 10 years old. At only 2,6 kg, she is severely underweight.
She also has a cataract in her left eyes which has left it nonfunctioning.
Her open wound is due to inflammation of her mammary (milk) glands which has gone untreated. It continued to grow and started to gather pus. It would have rubbed often when she scooted down to eat, thus inflamed and infected it further until eventually it burst, causing a rotten smell on the wound.
The vet suspects she also suffers endometritis, an inflammatory condition of the the lining of the uterus, due to an infection.
This could lead to pyometra, an infection in the uterus which is a serious and life threatening condition.
Her blood test result shows many problems. Particularly with low red blood cell counts, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and trombocyt.
Horrified is the word to describe us when we learned all this. Any one of the above condition is bad enough for one cat to suffer, and here is this senior cat suffering from multiple of these condition.
Emily has been given antibiotic through the IV to reduce the swollen pus & blood thickening agent.
We will fight with Emily through this long, arduous journey.
If you can help us with her medical treatment bills, please donate to:
BCA: 899-0277-908 (Carolina Fajar) or
#letsadoptindonesia #sickcat #seniorcat #needhelp - #regrann