You can never get too tired of admiring an elephant in it's natural environment. Let's protect our heritage. #handsoffourelephants
The first time I saw a dog with Paraphimosis I was attached at the KSPCA Mombasa, it was a German Shepard dog about 40kgs, very huge. It was on a Friday late in the afternoon, right about the time I was about to leave for home. Since it was a huge dog, the penis was not any different. … Continue reading Paraphimosis the “embarrassing situation”
It's around 9 o'clock in the pm and I've just sat down to catch the prime time news. Just before the well poised news anchor can say her name, I receive a text message on whatsapp. "Who could that be?" I ask myself trying hard to ignore it, but curiosity gets the better part of … Continue reading The Online consultation
"A wild animal that has tasted human blood will not stop killing until it is hunted down and killed" this is what the maasai warriors believe. Is it true, or is just a mere cultural belief. Before you dismiss it, remember that the maasai have coexisted with wild animals for a very long time. The … Continue reading Woes of the Maasai
Do your parents have that one embarrassing story from your childhood that they like to tell your friends and relatives during gatherings? Mine do, and the story goes like this, apparently when I was young, I used to like digging up earthworms and eating them, gross I know, but for a very long time in … Continue reading The Worm Burden.
“I think my neighbor poisoned my dog!” I have never quite understood why this is the most favorite excuse clients give whenever their pets get sick suddenly, perhaps it’s the animosity they have for their neighbors or vice versa. I also tend to think that this animosity comes about because of the constant barking from … Continue reading Bad Neighbors