Midnight is back – but we still need your help.

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But we still need your help for her medication – she might need medicine for the rest of her life.

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Midnight returned to Hall 10 and 11 last Tuesday (Sep 22) after a very long stay at Love Kuching Project for her ulcer, which had worsened after a fight with Charlie.

There were a few conditions to her release, however. She has to be on ¼ tab of Amlodipine every day – and will be brought back to Vets for Pets for further checkup in 2 weeks. Midnight has high blood pressure, which combined with a high eye pressure would make her blind in the future.

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Her eye, however, will permanently remain scarred, and though the vets hope that the condition will improve, her vision will probably be affected.

Her two more underlying problems – like kidney and liver issues – are currently still under control, but there is also the possibility (we have yet to confirm this) that Midnight might be FIV-positive. This would not complicate much – but it may become a problem later in her life.

So far, however, Midnight has been very much herself back at Hall 10 and 11, hiding in drains and generally being the feisty little queen that she is.

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We need your help to foot Midnight’s vet bill for her consult at Vets for Pets, which cost $60. We will also need your help to donate for future vet expenses.

To help Midnight, simply do the following:

1) Contact Shao Yu via email at SHAO0032@e.ntu.edu.sg.

 Your email will be logged into our mailing list, where we will send updates about NTU Cat Management Network. You may choose to unsubscribe from the mailing list if you like.

2) After contacting Shao Yu, transfer your desired amount into OCBC Frank 5374-0519-3001, Shao Yu

This can be done via Internet Banking or directly at any POSB/DBS ATM or Cash Deposit Machine. We do not accept cheque donations.

3) Once we have received the transfer, we will send you an electronic acknowledgement. A receipt will be mailed to you if you request so.

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