When I met Listriyani, I hugged her. I thanked her for what she had done for Mouche during her FIV sickness, and I told her that I meant to visit her sooner but my heart broke if I had to go to that clinic again. I was almost choked in tears when I said that. In reply she said, "Oh, it's okay. I understand. It was a hard time for you. I'm so very happy to see you now, moving on." She must have seen little Lucky on the examination table.
Another vet checked on Lucky. From her observation, she found:
- Lucky was experiencing a slight hypothermia, though not bad either.
- Lucky's gum was so pale when it was supposed to be pink when healthy.
- Her nose was not as bad as other stray cats, which meant it would be easier to get her back to the healthy state.
She gave me two pieces of super small pills to treat the worms in her stomach and a vitamin to give every day. She approximated that Lucky was about 2 months old, though not exactly looking like one due to the malnutrition. In about a month, the kitten is expected to gain much more weight and strength, thus is ready for her first vaccination.
Lucky was so well-behaved at the vet clinic. I put her in the green Carrefour bag, lining the bottom with Mouche's baby cushion, and she just stayed calm there. The only time she expressed a dislike was when the vet inserted the thermometer inside her anus. But other than that, she was such a good girl!
If she is a girl. Can't determine a cat's gender at her age yet. But I have a feeling she's a girl.