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Bunny’s unfinished meal?

Yesterday evening, Bunny gave me a scare.

He did not finish his dinner. He only ate half of it.

For other cats, this might not be a big deal at all. Indy and Cleo sometimes skip an entire meal, and that is not cause for any alarm. It’s normal for those two. (Indy just wants to be difficult while Cleo is probably not hungry.)

But not for Bunny.

Bunny has never not finished a meal. In fact, he always finishes this first round and goes for seconds or thirds.

So, when Bunny only ate half his dinner yesterday, it was definitely a red alert. He also did not go to his usual spot to wait for dinner. He just sat on a chair. I had to coax him to eat and he only finished half of it by himself.

I did everything I could think of to entice him to eat. I added all kinds of treats, but he simply wasn’t interested. I tried later at night and still, he refused to eat. Bunny also felt a little warm to the touch. To play it safe, I gave him a dose of Vetri DMG and some Nutriplus gel (he wasn’t interested to lick it too and I had to rub it onto his mouth).

I was worried all night. Bunny is FIV+ and is also a kidney patient. Kidney disease is like a time bomb; you just don’t know when it wants to go downhill. After having gone through Pole’s last stage, I doubt I have the emotional strength to deal with another so soon. Even with advancing kidney disease, Pole was perfectly “normal” until the day she stopped eating. That’s when it all started to go down. I think I already have a phobia of cats not eating.

This morning, I didn’t know what to expect. Will Bunny eat?

I came down and saw Bunny walking around his garden, which is what he usually does. Ok, that’s good. That’s normal behaviour.

Then, came the acid test. After feeding Tabs and Ginger in the kitchen, it was time to feed Bunny and gang.

Bunny went to his usual spot to wait for food. Oh, that’s really good.

I offered him his breakfast and waited with bated breath.

Bunny ate!!

Bunny finished his first round and ate a second helping, which is very normal for him. He always gets Cubgrub in the first round and Coco&Joe’s in the subsequent helpings.

Bunny ate, Bunny ate, Bunny ate!


I’ve been observing him and he is his usual self so far.

Bunny ate lunch too.

And he asked to come out for a patio trip as well.

Ginger says hello.

Whenever Bunny comes out, he will end up in the Blue House and take a long nap. That’s his routine.

Routine is good.

I wonder what happened yesterday. Hopefully, that has already passed and gone. With geriatric pets, every single day that they are in good health is a great blessing. And more often than not, the indication of good health is appetite, unless it’s Indy who just wants to be difficult or Cleo who needs very little food.

Is this your dog? (location: SS14, Subang Jaya)

We received this alert (below) from a reader, Michelle.  If this is your dog, do please take him back. Kindly help to forward this post. Thank you.

I’ve noticed this adorable male (black and brown) dog with a red collar roaming around SS14’s Padang Asam Jawa. 
I’ve tried to look at his pendant but he seems a little hesitant. He’s actually very friendly and seems to know his way around the neighbourhood however I don’t know whether he’s lost or has been dumped as he is evidently dirty. 
This was the best picture I could take of him. 

Selamat Hari Raya!

AnimalCare mengucapkan Selamat Hari Raya kepada semua! Semoga sihat-sihat selalu.

Maaf Zahir & Batin.

Petfood donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: In memory of Snowy from Alicia Chow, IMO Lim Keat Chai from Michael Lim, IMO of Pole & Heidi from Cow, Buns, Cleo, Indy, Tabs and Gin, Kok Khee Wee, Mike Bowe & Angel, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Wong Chin Kuan, Khoo Ming-Yi, Hew Voon Yoke, Gan Lay Yong, Linda & Siam, Tan Tay Thye, Ong Shwu Chen, donors from Boost, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

1. Cindy’s Original canned food 80g – Tuna Salmon 10 boxes.
2. Alps small bite kibble Salmon 13kg – 9 bags.
3. Dog canned food Alps classic pate (400g) Lamb – 5 boxes.
4. Special Request: Vitalplus dog kibble 18kgs – 8 bags (lamb) – for the 2 groups of stray dogs

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Received pet food from Avant Pet today. Thank you Dr Chan Kah Yein, myanimalcare, donors and Avant pet for the cat treat. Thank you so much and appreciate your kind and generous donation. Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu 🙏🙏🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is home to 250 dogs and 80 cats. It is run by Mun Mun and Phoebe. They are also looking after 2 groups of stray dogs outside his sanctuary (23 dogs).

Happy Mother’s Day!

To all pet-mothers and mothers everywhere, Happy Mother’s Day!!

Petfood donation to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: Kok Khee Wee, Mike Bowe & Angel, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Alps dog 400gm can pate
– salmon 3 boxes

– turkey 3 boxes

Monge cat Adult kibble 10kg – 1 bag

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Imm’s Shelter: MyAnimalcare Petfood donation just received. 🙏🙏🙏🐶🐱 Our deep appreciation to all donors for the petfood received today. Love and blessings to them from all our furry babes.

Imm’s Shelter currently has 32 dogs and 18 cats. It is run by Imm with the help of friends and volunteers.

Neutering aid for 2 dogs in Klang (Kogilaa a/p Ponniah’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM300 for the neutering of two dogs, Mona and Lia.

Updates on previous claims are below.

We also wish to take this opportunity to remind all applicants that our funds are meant for those who do small-scale work and practise One-Street CNRM. Please always do within your means and keep it at a manageable number because once we have committed to look after these neutered street animals, we need to see them through for life. We have to think of the cost of food, upkeep and medical treatment especially when the animals grow older.

While we applaud those who wish to go on helping as many animals as they encounter, it is very important to ensure that such rescuers can sustain their work for the long term. Rescuing does not stop at neutering. It is a lifetime of care.

I would like to apply subsidy for tis two stray furkids im feeding… White is Mona and Brown is Lia.
Mona is stray dog living nearby my taman, she has given birth few times before and only manage to catch her this time.  After release im continuing to feed her and monitor.
Second one Is lia, shes living in industrial area, previously all her puppies was poisoned by some stranger since then she is scared of ppl but just when i go n feed her she wl come near me.I manage to catch her and sent for spaying, after release i will be continuously feeding and monitoring her.  
for both ear has been cropped
Attached with the list , and latest photos  my previous pets which under my care, mummy ,karuppi, brownie ,daisie and blackie 2.0
This subsidy will help me to help one more furkid
Kind regards,

When Indy-Rooster crows

Indy crows every morning, sometimes as early as 4.00am.

Without fail, on a daily basis, Indy would make the most horrendous sounds early at dawn. It is enough to wake you up. It’s hard to describe his sounds, but it’s hardly cat-like. It sounds more like a shouting cry. I simply cannot describe it. I cannot even alphabetically spell out the sounds that he makes.

The purpose is simply to disturb the humans. That is all. And it’s very loud. There’s actually nothing wrong and if we come downstairs, he would just run off.

That’s what Indy does. Every single day. So, we’ve learnt to just put up with it.

There’s another thing that Indy does – his eating habits.

He will refuse to eat on his own, but actually he is hungry. He just wants to put up a fuss before he eats. Three times daily, I will place the food bowl in front of him and almost always, he will walk away. The way to make him eat is to follow him around, keep placing the bowl in front of him, coaxing and pleading with him to eat. When he is finally satisfied that he has enslaved you enough, he will eat. And sometimes, he even eats three helpings at one go.

Indy has a regurgitation problem in the morning, so his portion at breakfast is controlled. He cannot eat too much, else, he regurgitates the food and it would all be wasted.

Now, when he puts up a fuss, refuses to eat and plays “hard to get”, why don’t I just leave him alone and let him wait for the next meal?

Well, if he doesn’t eat, he WILL start “crowing” and making the most horrendous sounds simply to disturb you throughout the day until the next meal. So, it’s either I put up with the noise or I allow him to enslave me and beg him to please eat his food.

In the last two days, he had been refusing to eat and was being particularly difficult. I resorted to force-feeding him (just put food in his mouth and he will swallow) when the pleadings did not work. My husband says he is just attention-seeking. Perhaps he is. I’ve never force-fed Indy before, though, but in the last two days, he was being quite impossible and I did not want him to starve….and “crow”!

Today, he has been really good and it only took 1-2 pleadings to make him start eating.

This is like winning the lottery!

You’re a real character, aren’t you, Indy?

Our very own attention-seeking “rooster”!

Birdy flies! (Day 31)

This morning, there was a cacophony of loud chirping as early as 6.00am.

By 7.30am, Birdy was still in the nest, fluffing herself up. I did not see Bella anywhere.

At around 10.00am, when I peeped to look, Birdy was no longer in her nest.  It’s been more than 2 hours now and neither Birdy or Bella has returned to the nest.

I think Birdy has flown away! Maybe she did not need the flying lessons after all. First trial, and she is off to the skies!

I took this video and photo yesterday.

If my observation is correct, Birdy should be 11 days old today.

The empty nest.

It’s bound to happen and I’m glad it did. Birds are meant to be free.

I do wonder if Bella and Birdy will come back for visits?

Fly free and be safe, Bella and Birdy!! Have a wonderful life!