To my horror, I found some skin infection on Pepper, 2 big patches and few small ones. Garlic has 1 big patch also. Ginger so far looks fine. After blow drying them, I brought Pepper, Sesame and Garlic to the vet. Sesame seems to be doing well. The vet suspected that it was Pepper that passed the infection to both Sesame and Garlic, but she was not sure. Pepper was given an injection. The vet also gave me some lotion for the infection.
I then asked the vet whether I need to separate them. She said No, it’s not necessary. But as I am worried that Sesame may catch the infection from Pepper because of their frequent close contact, I now keep Pepper in the laundry room by herself, separated. She doesn’t like it at all. Whenever I am downstairs, she will cry non-stop. Sesame, being his cheerful and playful self, does not seem to realize that his mother is not in a separate room. I also went to buy the RC Sensitive Skin dry food, hoping it will give them extra protection. Tuesday I will need to wash the infected areas with Malased again.
I remembered that it took more than 1 month for Shadow's ringworm to heal. And I know this time, it will take at least a month before they are all completely healed. Sigh. Garlic is also due for his castration this weekend. All of them may need to be bathed with Malased again this weekend. Sesame need to be sent to the vet probably tomorrow for his fungal bath. It’s gonna be a hectic week ahead.
There was a new discovery though. On Saturday, I came home and found Sesame on the sofa. I remembered he was on the floor when I went out. So I called my father and brother to see whether they have visited my house and left Sesame on the sofa. Nope. Wow, this means that he has somehow found a way on to the sofa by himself. Sure enough, Saturday midnight as I went downstairs to grab a glass of water, I found him sleeping on the sofa again. Just before I went upstairs, he was still playing on the floor. Have yet to discover how he climbs on to the sofa all by himself!
Posing again, this time with his surogate mother who used to keep him warm when mummy is not around.
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