At the moment, please a lot of positive vibes to Ah Wong. He needs a lot of pray from us and purrrrs from our furkids.
Email from Bin Chew, 13 Jan 2012 at 5:03 PM
Went to see Ah Wong a while ago.He was a bit reserved at first, then, Ah Wong warmed up, he stood up, meow... very manja and skinny (only about 2.4 or 2.5 kg..)Can see baby hair growing on his neck ... :)He is very skinny, wanting to eat only AD ... classy bugger.Funny, but I actually miss him - although he can be very irritating at times ... rubbing his bloody lump on me leg.We will try RetroMAD1 on Ah Wong, he will be further boarded as he has this abscess hole to heal first. It is quite big. Won't be good if pus build-up again.Thanks for helping me advertise the Silvervine stuff ... received overwhelming response .... hopefully they confirm and pay soon.In a way, I feel Ah Wong wants to live on ...Wish Ah Wong speedy recovery ya. I hope his lump will turn into a keloid!-Bina-
Email from Bin Chew, 14 Jan 2012 at 6:34 PM
Here are a few photos of Ah Wong.Bin Chew also sent us a video of Ah Wong at the vet. It is heartbreaking to see Ah Wong. He reminds us to our Owen that we failed to save.Visited Ah Wong again today - heard his loud 'meow' even before I could see his face.He finished his given portion of AD and was asking for more ... refused to eat 'value-for-money' canned food. Picky boy.Dr. Kwok started him on RetroMAD1 yesterday afternoon, still too early to tell if he has improved.As for Ah Wong, I am not seeking for more diagnostic (lab tests, biopsy, blood and etc ..) - unless absolutely necessary , I am sure you know how costly it can get.Dr. Kwok is very accommodating in this sense.Hoping to give Ah Wong a fighting chance, keep him comfortable and maybe, wish for a miracle.
U must be strong as Owen, Ah Wong! Have a super speed recovery~