Due to Bonstick in the stomach, the cat did not eat for a month and ended up in the clinic - Wikipet
A friend of the Bengal cat breeder, Victoria, asked Elizabeth, the main curator of the Minsk team to help British and Scottish cats, for help. She did not know what to do. One of her kittens, which a little more than a year ago was taken into their family by new owners, was on the verge of life and death. Sean did not eat for about a month and was at the last stage of exhaustion. The animal needed emergency help.
First of all, the cat was taken from the family. And they will not return him there. How can I entrust the animal to people who, knowing that the pet is bad, refuses to eat, not to show it to the veterinarian and not to do an ultrasound? And this did not last a day or two, but a month! It’s good that they turned to the breeder.
By the way, Victoria took Sean back to her room for overexposure. Together with Elizabeth, they immediately began to save Sean's life. In the clinic where the cat was brought, an operation was urgently performed. There was a foreign object in the stomach - a children's toy Bonstick!
The animal was so exhausted that doctors doubted whether the cat would recover from anesthesia. But Sean did it! The next two days, he was given droppers and an ultrasound scan was done. And even tried under the supervision of veterinarians to feed tiny portions. The cat got up and eagerly pounced on food. But ... after a few hours he felt worse. The stomach and intestines did not want to work after a long break. From that tiny portion of food that Sean ate, there was an inversion of the intestines.
One more operation was performed urgently to the cat. And again, the doctors did not believe in a successful outcome. But Sean withstood it and came to himself. For several days he was in the hospital. Now the cat is with Victoria, but twice a day goes to droppers and ultrasounds.
The kid really wants to live !!! And he had a hope to find a new family after recovery. Kind people, respond! Let us help Sean recover and find a caring and loving family.
Watch your pets carefully! Small items can be deadly for them!
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