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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

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

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

    5 62.50%
  • Enjoy the look of it

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

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Thread: A cat beaten by humans needs help

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    A cat beaten by humans needs help

    This cat was badly beaten by people and then they tried to burn him. His jaws were broken and he was badly damaged. Then some amateur decided to put some stitches to put his jaws together and let him go back into the street. Because his palate was broken as well, the food he tries to eat goes straight into his head.
    In this condition he was found and taken to the clinic. The person who found his gave him the name Kuzya.
    The cat is staying in the clinic Kot Begemot.

    You can help him by
    1.Bringing the money directly to the clinic located at Suvorovskaya street, 19 building 1 for cat Kuzya.
    2. Yandex Money 41001292948548
    3. An account in Sberbank, the account number will be given to you in his topic at pesikot by the people in charge of the cat
    4. You can buy and deliver some soft food like Royal Canine convalence, this is the kind of food he can eat now.

    All contributions are registered and covered by reports.

    The details of Kuzya’s story and more photos are in his topic at Pesikot.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=177145

    Thank you in advance for your help.








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    Thank you very much, those who have made contributions to help Kuzya , and those who simply feel sorry for him.
    Surgery is scheduled for tomorrow, please hold your fingers crossed for Kuzya.

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    The surgery went ok.
    The cat can eat now, and as the food does not get into his nose as he eats, he can also breathe. The condition is stable.
    Financial help is still needed. The cat will be staying in the clinic for a while before he moves to a paid temporary home.
    The details of Kuzya's surgery and current condition can be checked here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6318097
    The financial report is here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?showtopic=177268

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    Kuzya is felling better, he has a good appetite, infusions are not necessary any more and the medications he is getting have been reviewed with account taken of his imporved condition. The virus test results are all negative which is good news.

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    Kuzya is feeling better, he likes to pur, but he is afraid of people, as the doctor has commented, because he has suffered from people.
    In some days he can leave the clinic, which means he will move to a temporary paid home until recovery and adoption... Help is still needed and will be very much appreciated.
    More details on Kuzya's current condition are here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6327429

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    [quote name='attentionee' date='27.5.2011, 1:46' post='6331388']


    Kuzenka is eating.
    He is a big cat, but still skinny. He has no problem with walking, his right eye is slightly larger than the left one, and his breath is a bit noisy.
    More information can be found here: http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6331388

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    Thx for the photo. He looks nice. Thank God, medical treatment helped.

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    Kuzya has moved to the temporary paid foster home.
    He was quiet and relaxed on the way from the clinic, and had a good meal of canned food immediately upon arrival. His face looks round, but he is very skinny. He is ready to be patted and to purr non-stop.
    Many thanks from Kuzya and his rescue team for the financial and moral support to the participants of this forum.
    More news about Kuzya’s current situation can be found here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6341006




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    Kuzya is feeling better and is getting stronger, so he is starting to show some resistance to medical manipulations...
    His current status is here
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6374381

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    Kuzya is doing reasonably well, but he is still fighting his nose infection.
    His currest condition is described here
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6402170

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    In the meantime Kuzya has been vaccinated and has been inspected by an ophthalmologist. As a result of the trauma he suffered, he has seeing problems. Probably his eyesight will be preserved. No special measures are required at the moment, other than hygienic. Financial help is still required and very much appreciated.
    More details are given here and in later posts.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6418728

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    Kuzya’s condition went worse and he needed repeated surgery as the hole in his mouth reappeared. One of his eyes has been diagnosed to be blind.
    More information and photos can be found here.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6456635

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    Kuzya's latest update is that he eats, but he still has liquid running from his nose, and he is not gaining weight.
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6471028

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    Kuzya has gained some weight, however the hole in his mouth has reappeared for the 3rd time... each time it appears next to the stitched area, so the reason is not clear.
    It would be too dangerous to give his anaesthesia for the third time... The team is thinking how to proceed.

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    Kuzya has been x-rayed as there seems to be a piece of thread remaining in his palate, from the time when someone stitched him in the street.
    The remaining piece of threat may be the reason for the irritation and reappearance of the hole.
    Rhynoscopy has been proposed for Kuzya as a solution which would be not so hard on him as a new surgery.
    It can be done in the clinic Biocontrol and the cost is about 7000 rubles (this number will be verified by Kuzya's team)
    More details can be found here:
    http://pesikot.org/forum/index.php?s...post&p=6578496

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