The homeless cat was asking for help in a crowded corner of the street. While feeding other stray cats, I noticed there is someting wrong with her. She could not move her tail and she was in poor health condition. She had open wounds in her body. On November 13th we took her to the Veterinary Faculty Hospital. X-ray results showed a bullet on her spine, which restricts her movements (she cannot move her tail & can hardly turn around her head), causing urinary and fecal problems. Urinary crystallization & cold on the chest were diagnosed. She has missing teeth and one broken front tooth. Her whiskers are very short and her fur is in poor condition.
Due to several health issues she has ongoing treatment of 3 weeks, until a date is set for her operation to remove the bullet. We call her Penelope or Penny. We are open to any kind of support for Penelope’s treatment costs. Improvement in her health will be shared from this platform and instagram account of @prensesthekitty.
Details of vet visits, ongoing medical treatment & diet
Orthopedic, neurological examinations and x-rays
Internal diseases examinations, blood test, ultrasonography & urine analysis
Medicine treatment: 7 days of antibiotics injection
Prescription diet for urinary system together with dietary supplements (mainly probiotics): Dietary supplements are Cystocure drop, bi-bacD3 drop and nature pmi pills.
Her wound dressings are made daily and takes syrup for immune system.