You can't help falling for this 3mth old Frankie. He is simply adorable with his fluffy soft baby fur and big innocent eyes. Frankie is camera shy but at the same time loves the attention he's getting. He is melting the hearts of those who saw him.
Frankie was first rescued by Benji from a car workshop. He was found having difficulties in breathing and Benji decided to seek help from Purely Adoptions. We took on the case and sent Kirin to the vet immediately for treatment.
Rescuer Benji took Frankie to the clinic for a checkup. A few tests were carried out and Frankie was found to be anaemic, with harsh breathing observed. Good new is that he is tested negative for Heartworm disease.
He was kept at the clinic for further observation as his harsh breathing worried and puzzled us.
Frankie was discharged from the clinic on 6 January. The blood test results seemed ok but we are not ruling out the possibility of Babesia. He is also anaemic. 2 weeks worth of medication was taken and he is condition will continued to be observed at the fosterer's place.
Furry Frankie went for his check up on 18 January and he is still anemic. He had been on Doxy for the past 2 weeks but there was no improvement. Poor Frankie, what is happening to you? We decided to put him on iron Supplement and see how it goes. Get well soon Little Frankie!
Frankie recuperated well at his potential adopter's place, putting on 0.5kg over the past 5 days. It was a joy seeing him so happy at last!
Frankie, now renamed Kirin, went for his Blood Test on 29 January and once again his report showed that he is Anaemic. However, Mr & Mrs Lee decided to proceed with adopting him and is dedicated to see through his medical issue.
Despite being a stray puppy, Kirin is very well behaved and constantly received compliments from Fosterers, Pet Transporters and passerby. He is definitely a very sweet dog and deserved a good home.
We are thankful to Mr & Mrs Lee for their love for Frankie and decided to give Kirin his forever home despite his current medical conditions. It is not easy to find such a lovely family who will accept a sick dog who requires greater care. Kirin is indeed very fortunate to have found his Daddy and Mummy.
We would also like to thank his fosterer Diwakar and Maddie for coming forward when we need a foster home for him.
We are Purely Adoptions and we are yet again thankful for the love that exists everywhere.