US doctors 'cautiously optimistic' about recovery of hero dog Kabang
A report of the news site “Columbia Broadcasting System” said the doctors were optimistic that Kabang would recover after undergoing chemotherapy and other treatments.
The report said doctors first need to deal with her tumor and heartworm before they could operate on Kabang’s deformed snout and mouth.
Kabang lost her snout in December last year when she jumped into harm’s way to prevent two girls from being ran over by a speeding motorcycle in Zamboanga.
(2) closing of the gaping wound on her face to prevent further infection.
However, according to a report of the news site Sacramento Bee, the bill is expected to go higher after Kabang was discovered to have tumor and heartworm.
The website for Kabang — careforkabang.com — launched by a nurse in New York, estimates that the bill will "likely will grow far higher, as veterinarians announced that Kabang has unrelated problems that will delay surgery for her facial wounds," the Sacramento Bee said. - VVP, GMA News