Sundari, a street dog cared for by a frequent visitor at Thane SPCA was presented with an exceptionally bloated stomach.
After an initial treatment of suspected Ascitis, which did not yield any satisfactory result for 3 days, she went in for an Emergency Sonography to determine what was wrong inside her. A litre and half of pus was purged from within.
At this point our Surgeon Dr. Vikram Dave was requested by the caretaker to do an invasive investigation, if possible to root out the problem from the source. Sundari went through a Supra major Surgery. One of her kidneys had burst inside and about 5 litres of pus was extracted. Dr. Dave was not hopeful about the prognosis at all.
Sundari, timid as she looked, gave her disease a tough fight for a week. After a week of palliative care, good food, warmth and love, Sundari went over the rainbow Bridge – away from all pain of the mortal world.