Complications After Spaying (Noraini Suriya Mohd Arshads)



One of our readers have offered to sponsor the neutering of all of Noraini’s cats since she has so many. I conveyed this offer to Noraini and she will be making arrangements to get the rest of the cats neutered.

However, there were complications for one of the cats who were spayed earlier:

From:nuraini suriya<nuuni_3808@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, Jul 19, 2012 at 10:55 AM
Subject: Re: Your other cats Re: Photo of the 4 cats only Re: AnimalCare Contact: Subsidy (Neuter & Spay for cats)
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

Hi Dr Chan,
Firstly, i would like to thank you so much for the sudsidy. I truly appreciated it…Thank you.
Still got few of them not neuter.
I’ll try to arrange appointment maybe next week only.
One of the female cat neutered last saturday showed sign of infection at her stitch wound. The stitch seem to open andswollen.
The clinic didn’t give any medication or antibiotic after done the surgery.
These few days, i only clean the wound with iodin but didn’t give them any antibiotic as the clinic didn’t prescribe me any.
Maybe tonight, i’ll bring her to vet.
I’ll update you on their recovery progress.
Warmest regards,

I advised Noraini to quickly take the cat to a vet for a check-up and follow-up treatment immediately.


From:nuraini suriya<nuuni_3808@yahoo.com>
Date: Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 12:55 PM
Subject: Re: Your other cats Re: Photo of the 4 cats only Re: AnimalCare Contact: Subsidy (Neuter & Spay for cats)
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

Dear Dr Chan,
Last night, i brought the cat to vet. Gosh, didn’t expected its hard to find vet clinic that open at night.
At last, i went to a vet clinic at Bangi. They open until 10pm.
I also brought another kitten. (there’re newly-5kitten i found on 29/06/2012 at my flat staircase)
Since last 2 days, she refuse to eat. Yesterday i noticed that she alsodiarrhea. So, i bring her also to the vet.
As for the neutered cat (infection at her stitch wound), the vet gave 3 option:
(i) To do another surgery to cut-out the infection and redo the stitch (Estimated rm250++)
(ii)Go back to the first clinic and ask for their advise.
(iii)For me to do a daily wound cleaning and give prescribe antibiotic
Fow now, i’ll try to do the wound cleaning and give the prescribe antibiotic at home.
To be monitored for 3days to see the result. If worsen, i’ll bring her back to his clinic to proceed with option (i)..
Actually, the vet told me that this month only, he already received another 2 same cases neutered (female cats) from that clinic.
As for another kitten (estimated 1month old), from the simptoms (low temperature/35.5, loss appetite, weight loss, lethargy, diorrhea and the cat look very pale-like no blood circulation), the vet suspected :
(i) Parvo virus
(ii) ‘Deman Kuning’ / Jaundise
He dont have the test kit for FPV bcoz he only recommend to do a complete blood test for this virus.(but a bit costly rm150++)
He gave 2injection of medicine and prescribe antibiotic & multivitamin.
But he also remind me to be ready for the worst as young kitten especiallyorphaned young kitten dont have strong immune to fight.
Sadly, this kitten didn’t survive. After the first traffic-light on way home, she started to groan and within 10minutes she’s gone.
All the way home, i felt so down. Last month, i already lost few of them. Sometimes, i just want to hug them n never let go. Really attached with each of them.
The kitten will be buried at a field nearby my house, closely with all of them.
Later, i’ll update you on their (4female cats neutered) recovery progress.Warmest regards,
Noraini suriya

We have offered our medical subsidy for Noraini’s cats including the spayed cat above. We understand that complications can happen due to various reasons and at times, follow-up treatment is needed.

Source: http://myanimalcare.org/2012/07/20/complications-after-spaying-noraini-suriya-mohd-arshads/




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