Yesterday Marie-Eve left for Bangkok to pick up a few personal things and get some veterinary supplies which are difficult to source locally in Sangklaburi.
Bangkok is infamous for its difficulty in finding places – specifically supply shops. After 3 hours of walking up and down the same street, she located our veterinary supply store. Maxi Medical not only had the equipment that we required, but were so generous that they donated multiple boxes of catheters and other supplies to the sanctuary absolutely free.
We are very grateful to the kind woman working there who donated these items; they could not have come at a more convenient time as we get underway with our sterilisations.
Bach here in Sangklaburi, it was that time of the month again to go back to Wimali to give the next round of scabies injections. All of our usual cases were easily found and treated accordingly.
When we returned to the sanctuary we popped down the road to check up on how our first round of sterilisations that we returned to the streets yesterday was doing. One of the mother’s stitches had opened slightly, so we cleaned it and put a staple in to keep the wound together.
As I am planning to go Kanchanaburi tomorrow to see some of the historical sights, I helped Gemma catch dogs this evening ready for us to spay on Saturday when both Marie-Eve and I are back.