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Tiger Day 14

 


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With the sores drying up, I let Tiger in for some sun today, under supervision, of course.

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Tabs enjoying her penthouse.

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Nothing beats being “home” where one can rest comfortably.

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He ain’t heavy…he’s my brother.

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Aww…

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 Keeping Tiger company from a safe distance.

I managed to take these photos at different times throughout the day.

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Healing – the tail.

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Healing – the hip.

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The right hind leg – healing too, I hope.

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The stubborn Gang of Four on the left front paw.

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I don’t know what to make of these sores, whether they are healing or not.

But I’m thankful they don’t look worse, ie. ulcerated or bleeding.

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The left hind leg – again, not sure if these are healing.

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After application of Lamisil cream.

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Tiger takes all his medicines. He is so obedient and easy to look after.

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Good boy, Tiger. You will get well soon.

Tiger and all of us thank you very much for your kind wishes and prayers for his recovery.

Today is Day 14 of Tiger’s sporo treatment.



Source: http://myanimalcare.org/2014/03/20/tiger-day-14/



 

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2 Comments

  1. avatar

    dear Kah Yein,
    I have been following your blog about Tiger’s progress.
    Just out of concern, is it safe to let Tiger back into his “home” Bunny’s Place with d rest of d cats, even under your supervision & for a short time ?
    Am very concern that IF d rest of the cats will be affected (“caught”) d sickness. (hopefully not, touch wood).

    :-) am just being concern… Get well soon, TIger.
    I guess Tabs miss him a lot.

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    Hi Ying Fong, I was told sporotrichosis spreads through open wounds. Tiger’s wounds are dry and the other cats don’t have open wounds. In fact, the spores are found in the soil and possibly branches and also in the air, so everyone is at risk, including me. We just have to be careful if we have open wounds.

    By the way, if you would like a reply to your comment, could you please comment in my blog: http://www.myanimalcare.org? I have no access to the comments in Wagazine and will only know if the moderator forwards them to me, which by then, is probably quite late.

    Thank you for your concern. It is much appreciated.

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