Indy walks out on his own!

After not having walked on his own for almost a week, this afternoon, Indy walked out on his own to eat!

I had been carrying Indy out a few times a day to pee and poo for the last few days ever since he developed that limp again.

 Here’s Indy walking out to eat!


 Pee-ing while Bunny sniffs a leaf.

 Cleo is still gazing at the Stargate, to help her mum devise new ways to escape?

 It’s a long pee. Ever since being ill, Indy only pees once a day.


 Grooming himself.

I hope this means that his body is sorting itself out and Indy will be well again.

I’ve managed to get an acupuncture appointment for Indy next week. I hope it will help strengthen his immune system to fight these mysterious illnesses that afflicts him.






6 responses to “Indy walks out on his own!”

  1. cindy

    Is Indy an FIV cat?

    1. chankahyein

      No, he is FIV and FeLV negative.

  2. cindy

    His walking problems puzzled me as well.

    I had a FIV cat, Mei-Mei, had all kinds of infections, and in the end also lost the use of her legs (but she was very smart and independent, she ‘walked’ all over the place with her buttom and front legs. I put a pamper to cushion her buttock). The vet said that it is known fact FIV cats might have lower spinal problems. That’s the reason of the question. Just info. Do not take me too seriously as I did not research further into the problems.

  3. Joy E. Saga

    Kidney? What’s his BUN reading? Hope all will be well for Indy … Ultraman to the rescue? We’re all praying for him Kah Yein … you take care of yourself too okay.

    1. chankahyein

      Kidney readings all normal, but the AG ratio is out of the normal range but just a bit. This usually puzzles all the vets.

  4. Chen

    Hi Kah Yein,

    Did you receive my Email yesterday about the possible adverse reaction towards Moxidectin?

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