Thursday, September 21, 2006

ST (21-9-06)

ST (21-9-06)
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

Here's a photo of the kitten.

Out for mediation now if the phone will stop ringing! :)


Blogger koratmao said...

hi dawn,
I'm sure chemical dyes are toxic on his body. is there any arrangement to shave him/her? is he/ she in good care now? I hope someone will foster him for adoption for the time being.

21/9/06 5:37 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

Koratmao, i heard from the SPCA that they found the dye was non-toxic.

21/9/06 5:42 PM  
Blogger Wei said...

yea dawn, i tink Koratmao's suggestion is not bad. Shave the cat... is it under foster n well taken care of now? sicne its not eating

21/9/06 5:55 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

I believe it's under Sandy's care.

21/9/06 6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The coat of the cat does have a function, and if you remove it entirely - you cause extreme stress to the cat. Perhaps it is like asking someone to stop wearing clothes suddenly and go about his/her normal work.
I know definitely that if you give a dog a very close cut, the dog would be very upset for a few weeks. Give the cat a good wash to remove whatever the cat could lick off.

21/9/06 7:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

shampoo and wash the cat and i am sure the color will come off gradually. give a few wash, and the color will be gone. i think it's like our hair coloring dye and it can be quite toxic.

any idea who is the culprit. pl find out the culprit and send him a warning letter or send him to the police. the poor kitten must be very frightened.

22/9/06 2:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

actually this kitten is very cute. he is chubby and very nice to hug.

can someone take good care of him for the time being and at the same time find him a good home for adoption.

he needs a few baths to get rid of the color.

22/9/06 2:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

please do not shave the kitten naked. without fur, the kitten will catch cold. he will probably feel sicked and insecured.

it will take several weeks for the fur to grow again. just wash him again and again until the dye comes off.

22/9/06 2:07 AM  
Blogger Robin said...

Sicko people..

and it is not FUNNY...


22/9/06 11:19 AM  

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