Miraculously, Wina did not break her leg during her brief ordeal. She however obtained cuts and punctures during the time she twisted herself around trying to break free from the ramp.
The cost of her X Ray made us cringe because our vet surgeon use digital imaging. It’s three times more expensive than the conventional one but it produce more detail that is necessary for treatment, should she need one. Besides, there is no one else in Bandung who has X Ray facilities so we sort of have no choice.
Although Wina still have to use painkiller for the time being, she is starting her journey to recovery early. She is cleaning herself more vigorously than before, and several times today we found her jumping off her basket and roaming around the house. We are to continue her painkiller for at least two more days and her antibiotics until next week, but we are glad and grateful for her development.
Thank you so much for all of you who send your donation, prayers, and other form of support. Half of Wina’s winning against her misfortune came from you.
Wina’s surprise veterinary requirement was a harsh punch on our faces. I find myself once again using my saving for the shelter’s mortgage and only have seven days to replace it or risk failing our payment. As we can see, our weekly fundraiser has not been a great success either.
I know we are all tight everywhere at this time, and I really hate to ask. Unfortunately since I have to stay home more to care for Wina and other sick cats, I have to cut some of my side jobs and it affected our income greatly.
I humbly ask for your help, if you have any to spare. It’s Thursday and we only raised USD 105 out of USD 600 that we need so we can continue to offer hope and chance for deserving stray and abused cats. I know we don’t have much chance of reaching the goal, but if we all give a little perhaps we can all bring the Whiskers’ Syndicate a bit further.