Dali’s Health Update – After One Week

Yesterday we brought Dali back to the vet for the post surgery check-up. Our vet said Dali had a perfect recovery. We are really glad he is doing well, and we are also super relieved that he didn’t move-away after we had to cage him 3 or 4 times last couple weeks.

Below are some video and photos from last vet visit:
Waiting for the vet:

There are some food trapped in the gum pocket of the top┬ácanine teeth, but vet said it won’t be trapping any food after the gum pocket fully heals.IMG_6034

Checking the teeth.
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Dali is back home!

After three nights’ stay in Southwest Animal Hospital, Dali is finally home again with a fully closed mouth and clean bill of health!

Below please enjoy the video of Dali’s “homecoming”. To donate for Dali as well as for his backyard buddies, please click here. Thanks a million!

Feeding the Community Cats

This is how we feed the community cats every morning, and we do the same every evening, for the past several years.

They are a group of quiet and peaceful cats, their irresponsible owners dumped them or their parents onto the streets, they just want to live/sleep/eat and not be bothered.

We helped spay neuter all of them who showed up in our yard not spayed/neutered. They usually just hangout and sleep in our backyard and comes together just in time for their breakfast and dinner.

To learn more about spay/neuter programs in your area, follow the link below:
https://www.alleycat.org/our-work/trap-neuter-return/

Panasonic GF5 + 14mm F/2.5 video test shot

We did a test video shot with the newly purchased Panasonic GF5 Micro 4/3 camera and a Panasonic Lumix 14mm f/2.5 G Aspherical Lens the other afternoon and were very pleased about the result. Three cats definitely seemed to be enjoying their undisturbed naps and the auto focus function was easy to use and fast than expected. After all a convenient light weight addition to our camera arsenal.

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