Just a week ago, when I was feeding Whitestar, this tiny cat, wobbly knock behind my back with a weakened meow. “Woooo, where is this little fellow came from”. Whitestar has been quite a territorial kind of feline so it is impossible for other cats to be around his area, especially those small and weaker one.
He’s been walking slowly, wiggle left and right, struggles to walk in a straight and slam himself on the ground just to catch his breathe. My heart drops when I see him walking wobbly, what happen to him, oh dear, what if he get into fight with Whitestar? HE CAN’T SURVIVE HIMSELF JUST OUTSIDE THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD. he has been in my thoughts for few days….
Couple of days later, spotted him sleeping underneath a bin, I brought my camera along, just to record his walking situation and posted online for help… Ended up, I get more “opinions” than help, dishearten and was not sure what to do. As everything progressing so fast, managed to get help through Cat Welfare Society (Thanks Felicia and Cat welfare Society), Felicia a volunteer trapper contacted me and help to trap wobbly, and brought him to vet, who specialised in acupuncture and professional experience with animals that are paralysed. The consultation was diagnosed that Wobbly might be falling from great height and hurt his lower back, was given with couple of medicine and injection and that’s it. I told myself that I can’t just leave him back to the neighbourhood and decided to bring him home to give him some food and a place to sleep in peace…
This wobbly little fellow found me, he is giving me a sense of home, where I will look forward to going home as I knew someone waiting for me, He found me and a place in my heart.
Whitestar staring at wobbly while I was trying to feed both of them together.