Jennifer’s Jade Gift (2)

http://myanimalcare.org/2015/04/20/jennifers-jade-gift-to-the-animals-a-fundraiser/

Jennifer Chai will be climbing Mount Jade, Taiwan’s highest peak, on 5th–6th May 2015 to raise funds for AnimalCare.

If you’d like to support Jennifer in her noble and thoughtful efforts: http://myanimalcare.org/donate/

Your donation will go immediately to help the animals who come through us: http://myanimalcare.org/category/cnrm-ed/

It’s just two more weeks to go….

Donations so far: RM1500

Gan Lay Yong   RM500
An anonymous donor  RM200
Khoo Jia-Wen  RM500
Team Bunny and Team Bird RM300

We thank you very much for your generous support!

Jennifer Chai Mt Jade

 

Spaying subsidy for 1 dog (Lam Xin Yee’s)

We have subsidised RM150 for the spaying of this Wan Guo.

From: Xin Yee
Date: Wed, Apr 15, 2015 at 2:09 PM
Subject: Spaying Subsidy for Wang Gou
To: Chan Kah Yein <[email protected]>

Hi Dr Chan,

Write up about the animal: 
Wang gou is an abandoned dog living in Kemuning. We found her sleeping under the lorry and sometimes near my shop corridor and her bleeding private part caught my attention. I have rescued and spayed her. Unfortunately, she has also diagnosed with tvt cancer. After the spaying, she is currently resting at the back of my shop warehouse, and i will release her after she is recovered and will continue feeding her.
Hereby I attached the pre and post surgery pictures of wang gou. As a student, your subsidy means alot to me as I have not much fund to cover her subsequent medical fee (tvt treatment).
Thank you Dr Chan, Hope to hear from you soon.
Thank you.

Regards,
Xinyee.

Xin Yee april 14

 

Spaying subsidy for 2 dogs (Yap Pei Man’s)

We have subsidised RM300 for the spaying of Lily and Xiao Zhi.

From: yap reven
Date: Mon, Apr 13, 2015 at 7:36 PM
Subject: request for sponsoring neutering fees
To: “[email protected]” <[email protected]>

My name is Yap Pei Man.

HER name is Lily. She is a female stray dog and always stay outside my father’s factory. I bring hers for neutering because there have many male dogs around there and follow hers when she menstration and now she was adopted by my relative after neutering. However, the reason to send this email is i can’t afford her neutering fee because i have already eight doggies in my father’s factory. Therefore i need for you all help to sponsor some of the fee and i hopefully can get your help. Lastly, i have already send out the original receipt and the form.
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From: yap reven
Date: Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 12:44 PM
Subject: request for sponsoring neutering fee
To: “[email protected]” <[email protected]>
My name is Yap Pei Man.

HER name is Xiao Zhi. She is a female stray dog and always stay outside my father’s factory. I bring hers for neutering because there have many male dogs around there and follow hers when she menstration and now i will adopt she after neutering. I will put her in my father’s factory with my other eight doggies.  However, the reason to send this email is i can’t afford her neutering fee because i have already eight doggies in my father’s factory and i have to pay their food expenses. Therefore i need for you all help to sponsor some of the fee and i hopefully can get your help. Lastly, i have already send out the original receipt and the form and also the note together.
Yap Pei Man April 17

 

Spaying subsidy for 1 cat (Salmiah bt Mat Arof’s)

We have subsidised RM100 for the spaying of Itam.

From: Salmiah Mat arof
Date: 2015-04-13 21:39 GMT+08:00
Subject: Re: subsidi pemandulan kucing
To: Chan Kah Yein <[email protected]>

Terimakasih kerana menjawab, kucing bewarna hitam ini selalu berkeliaran di belakang rumah saya dan juga jiran saya. Saya namakan Itam, Itam telah beranak beberapa kali di rumah jiran saya. Saya terus spay Itam bagi mengelakkan Itam beranak lagi. Jiran saya ingin terus menjaga Itam.
Bersama ini saya sertakan gambar Itam sebelum dan selepas di spay.
Salmiah April 13

Jennifer’s Jade Gift to the animals (a fundraiser)

We are extremely honoured that one of our readers, Jennifer Chai, has offered to help us raise funds by climbing Mount Jade in Taiwan on 5-6th May 2015 (coinciding with the date of AnimalCare’s official registration as a society)!

Thank you very much, Jennifer. We are extremely grateful.

If you’d like to support Jennifer in her noble and thoughtful efforts: http://myanimalcare.org/donate/

Your donation will go immediately to help the animals who come through us: http://myanimalcare.org/category/cnrm-ed/

It’s just two more weeks to go….

Donations so far: RM1000

An anonymous donor  RM200
Khoo Jia-Wen  RM500
Team Bunny and Team Bird RM300

Let’s hear from Jennifer:

Dear Sis. KahYein,

Though it is on a very short notice, I would like to ask your permission to raise funds for AnimalCare. I will be hiking up Mt. Jade in Taiwan on 5 – 6 May 2015 and would like to make the hike more meaningful and memorable.

A bit of info on Mt. Jade. It is the highest mountain in Taiwan, with its Main Peak at 3,952 meters above sea level. There are several peaks on Mt. Jade but I am aiming at the Main Peak. More information could be read at the following link:-  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yushan_%28mountain%29

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This is me at Saga Hill (Ampang) starting point last Sunday (19th April 2015).

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A spot at Saga Hill (Ampang), where we can see view of KL. This is not the peak, though.

Last year, I managed to hike up Mt. Snow (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xueshan ) in Taiwan. I was the last one to reach, in the group of 16 people.

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Picture on top is the East Peak of Mt. Snow and picture below it is Main Peak of Mt. Snow.

Do let me know if this is workable.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Warm regards,

Jennifer CHAI

Spay-neuter sponsorship for 3 cats (Mae Chan Yuen Kam’s)

We have fully sponsored RM250 for the spaying of 2 female cats and the neutering of 1 male cat.

Mae also submitted the claim for another male cat but we are unable to sponsor this case as the photos did not show the face of the cat. Mae is also unable to provide this photo upon our request.

These are the three cats:

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Cats and their (trusted) water sources

Chen Chen sent me this highly informative book, Catification, and I came across a most interesting fact, which, again, proves just how intelligent cats are (compared to lesser beings like us humans):

Here’s a quote from page 239:

Did you know that it’s better to place your cat’s water bowl far away from their food bowl? In nature, cats instinctively do not drink water that is near a food source because there is a chance that the water could be contaminated. This is also why some cats prefer to drink moving water, like from a fountain or from the faucet. Moving water is less likely to be contaminated than stagnant water. Try adding a water fountain, or at least move your cat’s water dish to another area that’s away from her food bowl. You might find that she drinks more water!

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I’ve been doing that all my life and it has taken you THIS long to find out why?

Tsk, tsk, tsk…

A new toy! (or a new threat?)

Two days ago, our garden maintenance team came over to deliver the misai kucing plants (yay! we have misai kucing now) and along with that, came a pleasant surprise.

One of their clients had requested that they help take away a children’s slide from the clients’ house, so they thought (now, bless their kind souls) that our cats might like it as a new toy.

Would your cats like it, they asked.

Why not, I thought. How very kind of you to think of them….

Recycle, reuse…especially when it’s in such good condition too.

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Indy was the very first (brave) soldier to investigate this new “thing”.

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Next was Tabs.

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Then, came Cleo.

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While Indy and Tabs sniffed at it and ran away, Cleo’s curiosity was definitely piqued.

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When one already has a condo, what else does one need…ever?

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It may be hostile…but an offensive intervention may not be necessary at this point in time.

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 Peek-a-boo!

And so, as with all things new, the cats, the highly intelligent beings that they are, would need some time before they trust this new object which had landed in their territory.

As of yesterday, they had discovered that that blue sloped platform acts pretty well as a spraying board, so…sigh, that’s what it has been used for….so far.

I try to find a silver lining behind every cloud, so if by using the slide as a spraying board, they would spray less in the room, isn’t that good too?

The cats: What do you expect us think when you place that thing near the sandpit?  Won’t we think it’s just an extension to our toilet? 

Jon Tham’s Interstate 68 (8)

Jon’s noble efforts: http://myanimalcare.org/2015/03/18/jon-thams-2nd-charity-run-for-us-68-km-interstate/

Jon is going to run 68 km across states to raise funds for the animals.
To support Jon’s effort and the animals who come through us: www.myanimalcare.org/donate/.

Donations todate to the AnimalCare Fund, in support of Jon’s efforts: RM7249 – Thank you so much!
These funds are channeled immediately to help the animals who come through us.

Wong Sau Hon  RM200
Xiao Xiao Mi  RM109
Xiao Huang  RM50
Kiki  RM220
Lala  RM210
Beverly Chong RM50
Lim Ching Bee RM60
Ah Yap RM1000
Kok Khee Wee RM3000
Wan Tai Seng RM300
Siow Din Din RM50
Tokyo RM500
Angel RM50
Wong Wong Zai RM100
Julia Chong, Premala Narendra, Irene Leong RM200
Wong Wai Ling RM200
Angeline Ng RM50
Soh Ah Tee RM500
Khoo Jia-Wen RM100
Team Bunny and Team Bird RM300

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