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Dani the Changi bridge cat needs your help

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The following is an appeal for an injured cat by Facebook user Leona Lo:


Dear friends I’m making a special appeal for Dani the Changi bridge cat who’s about 7-8 years of age, FIV positive, and recently found fighting for her life as her paws were scalded with hot water or splashed with chemicals. The vet is cleaning up her wounds and giving her antibiotic jabs.

Apparently this is not the first time Dani has been tortured. She was scalded with hot soup at the hawker centre a few years ago according to our elderly feeder.

I will send Dani to Dr Tham from Jireh Vets for a second opinion upon her discharge. I am also taking charge of her fostering upon her discharge. This will be a long journey and I hope to raise $1000 towards her hospitalization and aftercare. I am reaching out to you because I have another outstanding vet bill for an abandoned Changi mummy cat found with cystic fibrosis.

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How you can help:
– You can PM me to contribute. All contributions will be acknowledged on the Four Paws at Changi Village page.

– You can purchase an accessory handmade by Maria Ling-Lim from The Barkery Singapore (326 Joo Chiat Road). Thank you Ann Marie Chua and mum Elizabeth for allowing me to place the accessories in your shop. Thank you Maria for donating the accessories.

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