Cat for adoption in Subang (Rani Jarjan’s)

If interested, please contact Rani directly.

From: Rani Jarjan <ranijarjan@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, Jun 28, 2017 at 6:33 PM
Subject: 1 Female Cat for Adoption (White)
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

Hi Dr Chan,

Hope you are well.
I am feeding this female kitty for past 2 weeks.
Kindly post in your blog for adoption.
 
Collection – USJ 14, Subang Jaya
Tel – 018-2050 767 (Call and whatsapp).  

Thank you.

Rani Jarjan

Neutering aid for 3 cats in Rawang (Danny Lee Choon Kuan’s)

We have sponsored RM180 for the neutering of these 3 cats.

Hi Dr Chan,
Application for neutering aid of rm180.00. These 3 cats was trapped n rescued last few days at the market.
These cats will be released after resting.
The original receipt and application form to follow.
Thank you.

 

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Klang (Mary Oh Sim Poh & Ree Oh Sim Choo’s)

We have sponsored RM120 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

From: Mary Oh
Date: Fri, Jun 23, 2017 at 10:28 AM
Subject: Neutering of two homeless cats
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

Dear Dr Chan

We have sent 2 street cats, Katy and Dodi for neutering this week and they are from my sister’s office in Klang.

Attached are collage pictures of them before and after the surgery. They are now back at their respective place.

We hope to seek Animal Care Society’s neutering aid assistance for them.

Thank you

Sincerely
Mary Oh Sim Poh
Ree Oh Sim Choo

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Petaling Jaya (John Ong Nam Thian’s)

We have sponsored RM60 for the neutering of this cat.

Dr Chan, i managed to find a Vet and done the spaying for the female cat. Rescued in Tmn Mayang, PJ.

 

It’s never too late to save a life

Dexter was 20 years old when he was adopted. The family went to the shelter to look for a kitten, but decided to take Dexter home instead (despite knowing that he didn’t have much time left).

Watch this wonderful video: https://www.facebook.com/iizcat/videos/1532719496794923/

Kudos to no-kill shelters that accept senior animals and allow them to live out their natural lives.

Kudos to adopters of senior animals!

About cancer in dogs

The video clip: https://www.facebook.com/PlanetPaws.ca/videos/1557198357688374/

Making prosthetics for animals

This wonderful person has helped 15,000 animals walk again!

https://www.facebook.com/thedodosite/videos/1173611706106836/

The ferret in the house

We have a badger: https://myanimalcare.org/2017/06/16/the-badger-in-the-house/

And now, we have a ferret:

This is our resident ferret.

He sleeps on the kitchen island.

It’s…..

….Bunny Bun Buns!

Tiger’s hyperesthesia

Tiger’s hyperesthesia came back a few months ago. He was free from seizures for a few weeks after the August 2016 to January 2017 episodes. In between that, he also had a period of being seizure-free.

It was Prochloroperazine that seemed to work last time. This is a very mild motion sickness medicine for humans. But now, it doesn’t work anymore.

We’ve also tried acupuncture, but it didn’t work at all.

Instead of resorting to any potentially toxic drugs, which I’m told, may or may not work, or, may make it even worse, we have decided to let Tiger be.

He stays in this tv rack most of the time, as he feels safe inside it. His appetite is good and he loves barf. Sometimes, he comes out and sits on the sofa as well.

Tiger seems reasonably happy. He is able to eat (a lot too), he has his private sand litter outside in the vegetable garden and he has his private space where he feels safe.

Life is such that we get ailments which sometimes have no cure, and rather than messing too much with something that we don’t know enough about, sometimes it’s best to just live with it.