Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Tiny Kitty Recovering

Description: Video from the live feed at about 6:13am, he is doing much better. We went to the vet too after that around 10:45 am. Vet was surprised and given some medication.


Nikki said...

Oh my GOODNESS it is so TINY!!!!!!
You really were blessed with a special gift and a magic touch when it comes to animals Ngo. I am incredibly envious.

How are you and your lovely pregnant wife?

Anonymous said...

Hi Thomas. I think you are a special person to rescue these animals, but you are neglecting Alera. He is in his cage as usual more and more, yet you now have new kitties. I find it too sad to even watch. Please let Alera out of his cage and continue the kind loving care you have always given him. I feel so bad I can barely watch your channel anymore. Most people watchd because of Alera. He is unique.

Ngo Thye Aun said...

@ anonymous,

care enought to put down your name? don't simply accuse and alera is OUT OF THE CAGE most time and EVERDAY. Due to my small space in apartment, kitties separation is NECESSARY. Before bombard your comment, please use your common sense. Alera has routine, DAY TIME OUT, NIGHT TIME IN as he can't wear diaper all the time and you are not even close to my time zone. HOW DO U KNOW WHAT I AM DOING ALL TIME?

Nikki said...

I can say with all honesty that Alera is receiving the same kind of care as he always has. Ngo would never neglect any of his animals, but EVER.

So Anonymous, your concerns and accusations are completely unfounded.

Anonymous said...

Hi Thomas!

I have recently discovered and found your live feed. With a little bit of Internet surfing, I've stumbled onto your blog. Since finding it, I have spent the last week reading every single one of your entries. Words do not even come close to expressing my admiration and gratitude for all the kindness you have shown to every single animal you have helped and saved. You are an incredible person with a heart of gold. I know you must hear that a lot from everyone you meet, but you truly are amazing. Each and every story of your rescues have touched me.

I've also noticed that you haven't been blogging as much recently. I'm sure you must be busy preparing yourself for your baby, taking care of all your fur kids, and rescuing other doggies and kitties.

I hope all is well with you and I will be checking your blog often for updates!


Nikki said...

Ngo is one of my personal heroes and he inspires me. Anonymous, he really is an incredible human being :)

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