LITTLE FUJI NEEDS YOUR HELP!!!!!!

Update posted by Fuji Rescue Team On Nov 30, 2018

30 Nov

Fuji pooped on his own today...although poop was very dry. Sangobian (iron tablet) was administered to help in increasing his bloodcount.

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1 Dec

Fuji has not pooped yet, we will stop the sangobian. Probotics given to imrove his gut health. Wound is looking good and clean.


2 Dec

We have reached our target for fund raising (including those collected offline). Thanks to everyone. Closing the donation campaign. Really appreciate everyone's help. Will continue to provide updates of Fuji here. Today 's wound looking ok. Fuji still not pooping as much as we would like and his poop is very dry. Appetite is great though.... but keep eating and no significant output equally worrying. Gums still looking pale. Oral b12 given.

3 Dec

Quite a bit of poop today (about 6.5cm) but poop is still very dry. Gave more B12 oral to boost bloodcount. Apetite is still very good....but output needs to do better. Seems to be getting sensation back in his rear wound as he struggles now when he is being cleaned....good sign? hopefully.......


4 Dec

Fuji's poop is still very sporadic. Not very good lei....esp when his apeite is quite humongous. He polish his plate very fast and will always give the " i m still very hungry look"...machiam like we are starving him. LOL!


7 Dec

Fuji is off to the vet today! Good news and not so good news. Good news (1) the wound is looking clean and fresh and there seems to be some good recovery (2) his PCV is still low BUT it has improved from the previous round so we need to continue whatever we are doing now as its helping the PCV count

The not so good news....... hind right leg reflexes seems slow.....we give him some time to see if this is permanent nerve damage or just temporary. This is worrying and we need to review him in about 1 mth's time.


11 Dec

Fuji's pooping habits are still quite irregular. He is eating a lot and there is a huge amount of poop building up in his small frame but he has little urge to exert and poop normally. We are adding microlax, lactulose and probiotics treatment to soften the poop, increase his urge to poop and also improve gut health. The issue of permanent nerve damage around the injured area is something that is still hanging over our heads. We hope to see poop each time we check on him and we also do not want him to be overly dependent on medication to poop. We remain optimistic because Fuji is recently showing signs of discomfort near the injury...so he will try to lick it and run away from us when we clean the wound. This may be something good.....if he is indeed regaining feeling in the area. But it also means we got to cone him up because we do not wan him messing around with his wound..... gotta get XXS cone for him cos his face is really tiny. He removed the previous cone we put on him.....notti.


19 Dec

Sorry for the lack of updates.....Fuji's apetite is doing well (very well) and he seems to be able to poop on his own almost daily. There was an instance of bleeding just yesterday, but we managed to stop the bleeding. We are sending Fuji for review this Thursday with the vet.

7 Jan

Happy New Year! To usher in the new year, Fuji had a bath on New Year’s eve! His wound seems to be recovering as the area is getting smaller. His pooing still seems sporadic... we’ll likely be starting him on acupuncture soon and see how he responds to that. Hoping 2019 brings him to recovery!

4 March 2019 (FINAL UPDATE)

  • After multiple reviews and discussions with the vet, it was decided that Fuji's wound will not be able to contract anymore. So we went ahead with surgery and the operation went realy well. Fuji's stitches had been removed and we can see that his wound has healed well. You can see how his “chicken backside” looked before the stitches were removed.
    His peeing condition still needs monitoring and he needs bladder expressing daily. We will continue to take care of Fuji and will absorb his future boarding and vet bills as far as we can.
  • We are extremely grateful to everyone here who had donated to Fuji's road to recovery. There's still a long way; but we will be with him.
  • Fuji thanks everyone here for all the well wishes and donations.
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