I have a data set which contains 60 patients (dogs).

During 36-month follow-up period, 6 patients died, and we have lost 7 patients for follow-up.

Other patients (n=47) were still alive. This means we have 54 censored samples (lost or alive).

In this case, is Kaplan-Meire analysis still accurate to conduct?

I understand that it doesn't provide median survival time because the number of patients who died is so small to calculate it.

Any comments and input would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you in advance for your time.