07 July 2014

Taking a Break

Our human is taking a break and will be back in August.

08 June 2014

She Cannot Walk

Kenggy could not move her swollen limb. She moves only when necessary by dragging her lifeless swollen pawless left forelimb. 

In spite of this, she observe her cleanliness and does her toilet in the tray without any spillage.

She has to eat lying down like this. 

Her appetite is gradually getting less and is getting weaker.

02 June 2014

Sleeping on Her Back

She does not rest or sleep like a normal cat anymore. She sleeps on her back belly up.

The numerous growths richly supplied with fragile arteries (that could burst and bleed anytime) on her chest forced her to rest in this position.

These growths has spread to her left forelimb causing it to swell more than double its size.

Kenggy moves much slower now and walking has become more laborious. Being such a fastidious cat, she still grooms though there are many areas she could not reach. So EJ helps out in cleaning using a damp cotton wool. 

And Kenggy would purr and purr...loudly.

18 May 2014

Still The Favourite Toy

These days Kenggy does not move much; more cancer growths has developed and advancing up the chest towards her left pawless forelimb.

She still plays with her favourite old battered much-loved toy.

Kenggy eyeing her tattered hedgehog.

"I've got it under my (invisible) paw...

...but I love my human more!" says Kenggy as she abandoned her toy and struggled to move towards EJ.

PS: Though EJ cleans Kenggy's wounds twice daily, Kenggy goes to her vet for check-up and thorough cleaning fortnightly.

29 April 2014

Captain Jack's Stylish New Look?

No, Captain Jack Sparrow HAWK did not go to the groomers and is not sporting part of that famous Lion cut.

Both his front limbs were shaved to enable an IV tube to be inserted. He was hospitalised for a few days due to urinary problems and came home last weekend. 

He looked so pitiful on his back under anesthesia on the cold stainless steel table with the IV tube in his forelimb and another tube inserted in his urethra to help drain his bladder.

After his ordeal and away stay, Captain Jack is happy to be home.
His urine is still bloody and he is still 'squatting' straining to urinate regularly but not as often as before.

PS: Our human is fast becoming a zombie caring for both Captain Jack and Kenggy including pilling them.