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Hello everyone, my office community cat, Pudding, is seriously injured and is now in ICU. He has been at the ICU since Christmas (25/12/2020).
We are trying our best to save him and it will cost us more than SGD10k to do so. We have looked for a few vet but so far only one vet clinic is willing to treat his case as it is a very severe case and he would require 24 hours care.
He has suffered third degree burns likely due to chemicals. His Necrotic wounds have been removed and is now monitoring if there is still bacteria. All his skin on the foot and inside the leg are gone and would need reconstructive surgery.
1st phase - Inner thigh and tummy. The surgeon will use loose skin on the back of his legs to cover the exposed inner thigh and tummy. He needs to be hospitalised one day or two after surgery if wounds look healthy.
2nd phase - Skin graft on his lower legs where there is exposed tendons. Will need to be hospitalised 10 days after.
We would deeply appreciate if there is anyone willing to help Pudding out. No amount is too small. Your donation makes a difference to save Pudding's life.
Any balance of funds that are not used will be donated to other animals in need.
Below are some images from the vet on his condition. Be warned that the images will cause discomfort to some.
- Sheryl Ng
Pudding’s update as at 2 February 2021Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 03:50 am
27 Jan: Left leg: Dressing was changed. Majority of the graft looked fine. A tiny area at the top of the graft (above the knees) - tissue has turned black. At the lower part of the leg, the tissue edge looked slightly paler and that is not ideal. The surgeon. . . . .
Pudding’s update as at 26 January 2021Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 02:37 pm
Pudding's update as at 26 January 2021:It has been a while since our last update. Here’s what happened: Week starting 11 Jan: Pudding was shifted to the cat ward. He looked very pale and seemed to feel cold and tired. This persisted for a few days. The surgery, scheduled on. . . . .
Pudding’s update as at 11 January 2021Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 11:46 am
Pudding’s update as at 11 January 2021:Wounds are looking good. However tissues are paler and that is not ideal. The surgeon will wait for the bacteria culture result tomorrow to see if there is any more existing bacteria.The second surgery is scheduled on Wednesday. Grafting will be done on left. . . . .
Pudding’s update as at 4 January 2021Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 09:17 am
Update as at 4 January 2021Tummy area - about an inch near the scrotum, the wound has broken down and basically lost about two staples. The surgeon has applied antiseptic gel to protect from bacteria and restapled the wound. Need to let tissues drain out to heal.Thighs: looking good. Some. . . . .
Pudding’s status as at 31 December 2020Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 12:26 pm
Pudding’s status as at 31 December 2020The surgery went well. The tummy area and medial thighs region up till below the knees have been covered up. The next change of dressing will be on Monday (4/1/2021) and the surgeon will assess the areas that were operated on. In the meantime,. . . . .
Pudding’s status as at 30 December 2020Update posted by Sheryl Ng at 12:57 pm
Pudding’s status as at 30 December 2020What has been done: 1. Debridement of the necrotic wounds2. Administered antibiotics and pain meds3. A few days ago, samples have been sent to a lab to find out the type of bacterial culture that is feeding off Pudding’s flesh. Once the results are. . . . .