all of us, who are sharing our lives with animals,
have a sad story linked to vets. Now we also do.
I will write Aysha's story when I find strength for
has come to my knowledge that some people in Slovenia
are starting to speculate and spread untrue rumours
why and how our Aysha died. I
am forced to publish images
from CT that was performed on Aysha 2 days before
she died. On images you can see big hematome just
over Aysha's heart.
She died because vets did not make their best efforts
to locate and know on time where and why Aysha was
bleeding. Consequently, Aysha died of hemorrhage shortly
after her hematome was removed.
May 2007 update: Autopsy report has shown that Aysha
had a massive infection of a rare lung parasite, eventhough
Aysha was never showing any signs until that morning
when I found her in the garden, dizzy and with white
The parasite was overlooked on her x-rays and CT scan,
despite my repetative questions if her lungs were
OK. We are still shocked that the best vets in France,
as they like to call themselves, did not take into
cosideration this possibility, that was clearly giving
the answer to her blood-clotting problem that she
had before she died. If vets did their work properly,
our small girl would still be alive today. Who can
we trust out dear friends to?
We will remember our small Aysha by her wonderful
kindness that she has shown when we brough our newborn
son Luka at home. She was destined to stay at home
from the day she was born, we fell in love with her
You are always with us, Aysha.