SG$1,490.00raised of SG$2,000.00 goal goal
Dear Friends. Bedok is a very sweet senior community cat rescued in early April as he was found with a badly injured right hind paw and bad nasal discharge. He was brought to the vet and diagnosed with FIV (Feline Immunodeficiency Virus), anaemia and bad cat flu. His injury at the paw area was pinpointed to a badly infected toe which was treated with medications. He also had bad diarrhoea then. When he was certified well to be discharged, he was taken to a boarding facility to recover fully and to stay while the rescuer worked hard towards finding him a home.
Recently, his injured toe became infected again. It was bleeding, swollen and had some pus. His bad diarrhoea also came back. So he was brought back to the vet. Upon close examination and with x-rays done, a growth was seen at the infected toe. His blood test also shows he is still quite anaemic. Bedok's infected toe has to be amputated to prevent further infection and the tissue will be sent to a lab for a biopsy to determine if it is cancer.
The estimation for his surgery, biopsy, post-operation care and hospitalization is between $1500 - $2000. The final bill can only be obtained when I discharge Bedok but will be posted as soon as I get it. I have many community and rescue cats under my care, and I take care of their food, medical and boarding expenses. Hence, any additional funds received for Bedok will be of great help and I wish to seek your help in raising this fund.
Thank you very much from the bottom of our hearts.
Felicia & Bedok
- Felicia Peck
- Campaign Owner
Bedok's Prescription Food ReceiptUpdate posted by Felicia Peck at 03:45 pm
How is Bedok? :)Update posted by Felicia Peck at 05:18 am
Bedok is doing so well. He spends his day looking at the sunshine outside and quietly saying hello to the dogs that go past for a walk. When he is tired, he goes back to rest on his favourite little bed. When he is hungry, he wolfs down his food. . . . .
Bedok Update 22 MayUpdate posted by Felicia Peck at 12:02 pm
Bedok was back to see his vet today to take out his stitches. His wound has healed very well and his appetite still very hearty. Recently, he showed his caregivers how well his paw was healing by "showjumping" over a baby gate! Way to go!We are managing his kidneys with
Bedok UpdateUpdate posted by Felicia Peck at 04:25 pm
Bedok is in good spirits and eating well. He loves resting on the special bed and his wound is nice and dry.
Bedok's Biopsy ReportUpdate posted by Felicia Peck at 12:29 pm
Bedok has basal cell carcinoma. The cancer tumour presumably arose from the toe nail but the lab is doing further test on the bone specimen to determine this and to evaluate tumour cell infiltration. We will stay positive for Bedok and keep him as comfortable as possible. For now, our
More thanks!Update posted by Felicia Peck at 04:35 pm
Bedok and I wish to thank one more wonderful friend for the kind contribution offline:1. Reesha - $20Blessings to all!Bedok & Felicia
Bedok....how is our Champ doing?Update posted by Felicia Peck at 06:31 pm
Bedok is eating very well and resting a lot. He is walking but unable to move around too much yet as he is trying to adjust to the changes to his hind leg. We continue to pray for his recovery and cheer him on.
Bedok DischargedUpdate posted by Felicia Peck at 03:59 pm
Bedok was given a thorough examination earlier today and certified well enough to be discharged. His amputation wound is healing well and his appetite is good. He is back at the boarding facility where he will continue his oral and topical medications, as well as wound cleaning. He will go. . . . .
Bedok...Post-Op Day 3 (Report for Thursday 7 May)Update posted by Felicia Peck at 05:03 pm
Bedok is recovering well. The vet will check his wound later today to determine if he is good to be discharged and recover at the boarding facility. I will make another update later about his condition.I wish to thank one more wonderful friend for contributing offline:1. Kelsey - $150We are
Bedok...Post-Op Day 2Update posted by Felicia Peck at 01:01 pm
Bedok's amputated wound is healing well. However, the poor boy has a new symptom. He is squinting in his left eye. Upon examination, the vet found a few ulcers, likely due to his history of having flu and the stress of the surgery could have also caused a flare-up. He. . . . .