Medical Fees for Pretty

Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Nov 18, 2018

After having an X-ray scan, the veterinarian mentioned that there has been improvement in regards to Pretty's health - there were new, noticeable bone formations. She still needs to be caged (for most of the time). However, she is allowed to be let out for a limited time, but with supervision. Here are the pictures of the x-ray scans and also some latest pictures of Pretty, taken by my friend.

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Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Nov 02, 2018

It's almost a month since Pretty came home. She will pay a visit to the vet on 10th of November, 2018, to have an x-ray scan to assess her current condition and to check on her recovering progress as well.

So far, everything has been going well - she has a good appetite, loves drinking water, and passing urine and stool well. She does drink some goat's milk by herself (without force feeding her with a syringe) occasionally. At least in appearance, she seems to be recovering fast as the movement and stability of her injured leg has improved since the last update that I've posted.

Once again, thank you to everyone who was involved in providing help to Pretty. Though it's been a while since the accident happened, it still means a lot to me, my family, and Pretty.

Here are some latest photos of Pretty, taken by my best friend who visited Pretty recently:

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Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Oct 22, 2018

It's been a week now since Pretty came home. She's recovery well - she has a good appetite, still loves drinking water, as usual, passing urine and stool well. Also, she has now finished taking 3 out of 4 of the necessary medicines provided by the vet. We will then feed Pretty with Fido's Goat Milk, starting tomorrow, while she continues to recover for the following weeks or months. She is much more active and playful now. The movement of her injured leg is more stable now, compared to the day she first came back home.

Here are some pictures of Pretty. (Sorry - I don't know how to rotate the pictures).

Once again, I would like to thank everyone who was involved in this matter. My family and I appreciate all the efforts, contributions, and kind wishes. It means a lot.

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Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Oct 15, 2018

Pretty has been discharged from the vet during the afternoon of 15th Octocber, 2018. My family and I have brought her home and will continue monitor her progress towards recovery for the following months.

Here is a picture of Pretty after arriving home:

The doctor said she would need to be caged for at least two months, and she is also required to go through an X-Ray scan on 10th of November, 2018 to monitor her recovery progress and to assess her condition.

Here is the invoice I've received today.

The total amount was RM 1,724.50, and I've paid a deposit of RM 300 during the day Pretty got admitted. And so, the amount paid this afternoon was RM 1,424.50.

I'm showing the bill and mentioning this matter is because I would like to thank everyone who donated and wished Pretty a good recovery. It really means a lot; it gave me, my family, and Pretty hope. I was somewhat blown away when I saw the very first donation. In the end, I've received a total of RM 469, which is incredible and a huge relief (taking into account the total amount of the bill). With the remaining savings in my bank and the extraordinary help I've received from various people, I was able to pay off the bill.

Supposedly, I would like to give special thanks to some people. But I'm not sure whether it's appropriate to list down people's names here. So, once again, thank you to everyone who was involved in this matter - Animed Veterinary Centre and all of its staffs, the donors, and my family and friends. We really appreciate all the help and kind messages we've received.

We will keep you guys posted until Pretty is fully recovered.

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Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Oct 12, 2018

visited Pretty the day after the surgery. Dr. Faizal Hahlan further explained the condition of Pretty and mentioned that she is required to pay 2 visits to the vet in the following months, so that the vet could monitor the progress of her recovery and also to monitor the formation of any new bones.

Here are some photos of Pretty, which was taken after the 2nd and 3rd day after the surgery.

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Update posted by Carlsson Choong On Oct 10, 2018

Today, 10th of October, 2018, Pretty was transferred to another branch of Animed Veterinary Center, which located at Bandar Mahkota Cheras (the Jalan Temenggung one) to perform the surgery as the surgeon works at that particular branch.

Around 4:00 P.M. I received a call from the surgeon, Dr. Hoo Kie Ngie. He briefly told me he had performed the surgery and questioned me several stuffs regarding about my pet, Pretty, to simply understand more about her age, health, and condition.

I then arrived at the vet around 5:30P.M. Here are some photos of Pretty after the surgery.

Later on, Dr. Hoo explained to me how the surgery went about, the possible risks that might occurred in the future, and her current condition in a detail manner.

As for now, Pretty would be hospitalised for the next few days.

Though it's sad to see Pretty undergo this situation. But it's quite a relief, being able to see her laying down in that position rather than seeming uncomfortable constantly (before the surgery).

Thank you, Dr. Hoo and Animed Veterinary Center.


Just transferred some funds to you via maybank, hope everything is well with Pretty and she recovers fast and well 🙏💋

Angela Tri

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Pretty is a fighter! She will make it!

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