Updates on Ginger & Baby TinTin (20/11/2011)
Ginger and her only surviving puppy are currently at Paws Mission, Old Klang Road shelter. She was not eating well last week and has been sent to the vet for observation. As at Last Sunday, she is eating heartily and we have sent her back to the shelter.
Is there any one willing to foster the both of them at the moment?
And, we would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the kind donors + everyone who helped us spread the words on raising fund for Ginger. TQ.
Please click here to view Ginger's latest update: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a...&type=1
On 5 Nov 2011, Ginger was found lying in the middle of the busy Old Klang Road. She was suspected to be either hit by a car or a motorbike. Because of people who drive fast and reckless on the road, this has led to this poor innocent dog to suffer so much pain. She is at Dr Goh's at the moment. . You can see from the pictures how brutalized she looks. Her jaw is injured and there is also a huge punctured wound on the body.
Some updates on Ginger after a day of Hospitalization (as of 6 Nov 2011)
We just checked on Ginger's condition, her jaw is naturally deformed but the injured portion (as well as the injury to the nose) has been stitched back, the bleeding has also stopped. The punctured wound on her chest has also been stitched up. She is confirmed to be pregnant but the viability of the foetuses is not known at this juncture. Her condition has slightly improved from yesterday i.e despite the pain she is suffering from, she managed to eat half the portion of food given. Dr Goh said she is also looking brighter today.
How You Can Help Ginger?
There might still be further treatment rendered if she has her babies. Hence we are looking at an estimated treatment cost of RM500-RM700 (inclusive of her spaying and vaccination costs). We would like to appeal to the public to help us help Ginger get back on her feet.
By giving a little towards Ginger's medical fund, your donations will transform Ginger's world and it would be one life saved. With this ,we would like to add, it does not matter the size of your contribution but most importantly it's the thought of wanting to help Ginger go through this recovery process that matters most. Ginger does not deserve to be in this kind of pain and we really need your help in nursing her back to health soon.
Please, please help us to help Ginger! Thank you everyone in advance who is willing to contribute some $$ to help this poor girl and spread the words around.
For more info, please visit our blog: http://www.pawsmission.com/
our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/PawsMission