The condition is preventable by vaccination and Kieren’s condition was totally unnecessary.
The response to Kieren’s plight after we released the news last week was remarkable and we are touched by the messages of support we have received from caring members of the public.
The Mayhew will continue to respond to emergency cases of neglect such as Kieren’s and work tirelessly to prevent these cases from appearing. We want to see a society where cases like this never happen, but we have a long way to go.
The Mayhew is urging people to spread the word about our low cost veterinary services which are available to everyone. As well as vaccinations, The Mayhew offers free and low cost neutering, defleaing, deworming, and general healthchecks in our nurses clinic. Call our clinic today on 020 8962 8017
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