SG$585.00Donated So Far
As a devoted pet lover, making a visit to the vet can either be the most scariest thing anyone with a pet could face. To me, it was and still is. I still remembered taking my Shih Tzu, Aya, to the vet yesterday and all I can do is pray that nothing serious could happen. Aya was fine just until a week ago. My mum would usually prepare her usual food but on that day, she would only take small bites of her food and went ahead to rest which is alarming to us since she would usually not leave any leftovers. She really loves to eat. With water too, she barely had any. 2 days after, we noticed really obvious ribs showing and she could barely walk. She did her best to be strong but that was her last straw. We immediately dialed the nearest vet nearby to make an appointment for Aya.
As you all know Covid-19 hasn't been fair to all of us. It has especially been really tough on my whole family. Money is tight and vet's can be really expensive. Any amount of donations would really help to take the step we need to get Aya back on her feet again.
- Lim Hui Wen Padasas
- Campaign Owner
9/9/2020 Hope for AyaUpdate posted by Lim Rachel Hui Ling at 03:45 pm
9 September 2020We went to the vet @3:30pm to get her ready stock canned food and a pram as a gift on her birthday, she really loves it! Fast forward @8:30pm after short naps and taking Aya out for some breather outside. We fed her her favourite sweet potato which
7/9/2020 Hope for AyaUpdate posted by Lim Hui Wen Padasas at 04:12 am
7 September 2020We went to see her again early in the morning. She is starting to give me an attitude which is her usual. I'm happy that she is more energetic than she was 2 days ago. She will be able to go home today in the evening but has. . . . .