Mau was about two years old when he was discovered in a cemetery by a good samaritan. He was bone-thin, exhausted, dehydrated, and his breathing was so weak that he lay helpless on the side of the road.
Many people passed by, but everyone was silent and assumed the boy had died. Looking at Mau, he couldn’t stop the tears from falling, and he felt sorry for her tragic fate. He got Mau out of there as quickly as he could. All the vets were closed because it was a holiday, so he had to take Mau home.
The man tried to feed him, but Mau refused to eat, instead sitting in the corner with a sad expression. He took Mau to the Veterinary hospital the next day at 8:00 a.m.
He was quickly sent for an MRI scan because the specialist suspected he had a spine problem. The results astounded the vets because he was carrying two bllets at the time, one in front of his chest and the other in the center of his spine.
They’d been in Mau’s body for a long time and would be difficult to treat. All liver, kidney, and digestive system indexes were very low, and infection was negative. It was terrible and painful for those who were struggling to make ends meet on a daily basis.
He was gradually cured while waiting for the doctor to find a way to remove the bullet. But a miracle never happened for Mau, whose body completely lost its ability to walk. Although that was heartbreaking, the fact that Mau was still alive was the most important thing.
Our sweet, quiet, and peaceful boy has been released from the hospital. The doctors refused to take the bullet because they believe the rate of surgical failure is extremely high.