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Mishu the patient

After work, we dropped by the vet hospital to see how Mishu was doing.

He was definitely looking much better and appeared to be feeling perkier… a very good sign.

They attached a catheter to drain out any fluids in his bladder… at the same time they also had to fasten a cone thingy around his head to prevent him from licking/biting the catheter.

I burst out laughing the moment I saw him.

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The nurse let us spoon feed him because he doesn't know how to reach his food like this. Sheesh... sooo pampered kan?

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He seems to be doing well but will need to stay one more day just to make sure the infection is fully cleared. They will do a blood test on him tomorrow to check that his vitals are improving.

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