This is Hida.
One evening, rescuer was in a rush. She saw her.
Hida, this poor little girl, was so skinny. Rescuer fed her some kibbles, but she didn't eat. Rescuer offer her some wet food, she didn't eat.
She was so skinny, and she just refuse all the food rescuer offer. Rescuer decided to send her to vet.
And the check-up result was shock.
She was diagnosed with serious diaphragmatic hernia problem.
Her condition was really urgent, so with no delay, Hida was sent to a very experience vet Dr Koh for her surgery.
I am the fosterer. I care for her after surgery. 3 weeks past, now she had full recovery. Should she be release back to street or will you give a home?
If you are ready for your next 15 years, ready to care & share your home with love. PM me for adoption criteria. Give a chance for this poor girl. She needs a home, she's very loving, she needs your loves, she need you.
1, Do not cage for long hour.
2, Do not free roam the cats, they are keep inside house since baby, they don't know the danger outside.
3, Do not feed on leftover human food.
4, Do not feed low quality kibbles, at least premium grade, they are feeding on Brit care & Carnilove grainfree now.
5, Vaccine & spay/ neuter is a must at appropriate age.
6, Allow to keep contact with their updated condition. Home visit to be arranged at both party convenient time.