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View Poll Results: If you see an injured animal in the street what will you do?

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  • Look at it and pass by, as I do not care

    0 0%
  • Look at it, go away and cry, because I cannot help

    0 0%
  • Help it (take it to a clinic or home)

    5 62.50%
  • Enjoy the look of it

    1 12.50%
  • I have never seen homeless or injured animals in the streets. Are there any?

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  • Other

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Thread: A cat beaten by humans needs help

  1. #31
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    Kuzya is still at hospital, waiting for his surgery

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    Update on Kuzya's plans

    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7386089
    The liquid keeps flowing from Kuzya's nose and his immune system needs to be stnengthened before the next surgery, so the day of the surgery has been postponed by about a week, and Immunoglobulin has been prescribed (the price is from 2000 rubles). The debt in the clinic at the moment is 3500 rubles.
    Financial support from Kuzya's fans will be appreciated at this moment.

    Kuzya is in a good purring mood.

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    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7477534
    On March 22 Kuzya had his surgery.
    Osteomyelitis has made a hole in the hard palate and it has grown larger since the previous surgery, but now it is cleaner. He has a hole in the soft palate and in the hard palate.
    The cavities in the bone were filled with the special material, коллапан, mucus membrane was stretched on top of it, and fixed with mesh used for hernia surgery. The mesh is to fall off in 5-7 days
    The hole in the soft palate cannot be covered as the mucus membrane has covered it on perimeter. But the food does not get into it.
    It is important to stop osteomyelisis and it is important that the materials “get rooted” in the bone
    If osteomyelisis is not stopped, the purulence will go into the brain.
    The situation is very complicated.

    UPD
    On March 26 the mesh got loose and the filling material fell out.
    But Kuzya has good appetite and the liquid is not flowing from his nose.

    The doctors are fighting osteomyelitis and give him antibiotics.
    Regarding the hole in the palate, the doctors do not know what to do.

    Kuzya’s pictures from 10 March
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7428304











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    New photos of Kuzya from the clinic

    Kuzya is staying in the clinic waiting for yet another surgery.
    Financial help is still needed to pay for his stay in the clinic and for the new surgery. He was inspected by new veterinarians during the international veterinarian congress in Moscow www.vetcongress.ru, and one doctor will return to Moscow to do this new surgery for Kuzya.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7599110



    холодильник тоже не забыли проверить



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    We ask the readers of Kuzya's story to help financially to pay for his further stay in the clinic and tests.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7695654
    His next surgery will not occur until July. Each month in the clinic costs about 10-12 000 rubles.
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    Kuzya sends his best regards to all the readers of his topic.
    Recently he has had his 7th surgery for which a very prominent veterinarian surgeon came from Saratov to Moscow. To pay for his train tickets, hotel and work about 30 000 rubles was raised.
    A repeated surgery will be required in 4-5 months.
    In the meantime Kuzya has to stay in the clinic where his wound and scars will be treated on a daily basis every 8 hours by qualified staff.
    Help is still needed, the average monthly costs are about 10 000 rubles.
    Each day in the clinic costs 300-500 rubles.
    The detailed information about the recent surgery is here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=7906331
    and the current status is here:
    http://ru-cats.livejournal.com/20825728.html

  7. #37
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    Has Kuzya been in the clinic for over a year now?

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    The cat has had 7 (sic!) ops already and is still not fully recovered?

    I do sincerely think, it would be more humane to put poor animal to sleep.
    "Learn the rules so you know how to break them properly."

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    But Russia has a vet service.

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