Ginger is one of the resident stray cats on NTU campus grounds, and earlier this year he was found with a flesh wound on his lower abdomen. The cat management team at NTU brought him to the vet to get him treated.
|Where his flesh wounds are located|
However, he was found to have a resistant staph infection on his wounds, so he ended up staying at the vet for a long time. He has since come over to our cattery so we can continue his wound care till it heals up and he can go back to NTU.
|Ginger recuperating at LKP now|
Our vet has seen him too, and recommends keeping his wound clean with saline, and applying silver sulfudiazine cream.
|Close up of one of his wounds|
Ginger is not an easy cat to do clinical care for. He kicks violently when he’s being handled for cleaning, and cannot be let out of his cat suite for any walkabouts because he fights with everyone. He is also very angsty and needs a cardboard box he can tear away at constantly.
But this face is very deceiving…
|“I am so poor thing. Love me.”|
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