Betsy’s eye

I visited Betsy yesterday!

Now I know why Connie keeps saying that Betsy is a very “polite” dog. She IS!!

I have never met Betsy before and yet, when I arrived, Betsy ran all the way to the gate to greet me! She let me carry her throughout my entire visit and when we left, she sent me off as well.

She is completely adorable and oh-so-happy!

However, this morning, Betsy went for her eye check-up and the vet said that tried as he did, but the 3rd eyelid flap surgery failed to save Betsy’s right eye. The ulcer is just too severe. Earlier on, we learnt that the vet had been advising Betsy’s former owner to get her eye treated but this was not done. Now, Betsy’s right eye is completely blind. The surgery was not successful. The sutures have been removed now.

That’s alright, some things cannot be undone in life. But Betsy is still as happy as ever. She has a good and loving home now, a great parent and lots of doggy-siblings to play with. Dogs depend more on their sense of smell.

A senior vet once told me that dogs are, by nature, quite “blind”. This why it’s a common perception that if you are afraid of a dog, just stay very, very still and do not move. The dog might not be able to see you. They depend on movement and smell to sense your presence.

Taking a nap after playtime.

Makan time!

Taking another nap.

It’s alright, Betsy, you still have a beautiful eye and you definitely have a beautiful live ahead of you!

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Tampin (Rusni bt Abd Manaf’s)

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM160 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Sekali lagi saya memohon subsidi pemandulan 2 ekor kucing jantan. Seperti yg saya pernah maklumkn pd doktor chan tempohari saya ingin memandulkan  seekor kucing jantan yg saya jumpa telah di bawa klinik dimana sebelah kiri matanya sakit teruk dn kini telah buta. Saya beri namanya Jojo.  Manakala seekor lagi Saya beri nama Belang.  Belang adalah kucing stray yg sentiasa berada diluar rumah saya dn saya bagi makan sejak beberapa bulan ini. Saya telah hantar klinik utk mandulkn kedua2nya pada 9/1/2020 tempohari.
Namun saya memohon brbnyak2 maaf  kerana memang betul2 terlupa utk mngambil gambar   iaitu dibhg kelaminnya(penis)  sebelum dihantar klinik.  Ini adalah kerana saya sudah hampir 1 tahun tidak menghantar kembiri kucing jantan menyebabkan saya lupa.
Saya mohon agar permohonan saya ini dapat dipertimbangkan oleh doktor.
Saya sertakan gambar2 berkenaan.
Sekian terima kasih.
Untuk pengetahuan Doktor Chan setakat ini saya ada sebanyak 25 ekor kucing yg saya jaga (indoor) kebnyakan berasal dari kucing stray dan ada yg dipelihara dari kecil.
Disebabkn mata Jojo sudah buta sebelah kiri saya akn terus mnjaganya sbgai kucing indoor.  Manakala Belang saya akan lepaskn ia diluar dn terus memberi makan dn hntar klinik sekiranya sakit. Saya terpaksa lepaskan sbb dia bising hendak kluar bila saya indoorkan dia.
Untuk pengetahuan doktor juga kucing betina nama Gebu sudahpun ada adopter.
Sekian sahaja penjelasan dari saya. T.kasih doktor.

Betsy’s happy playtime!

Here’s a video that will definitely make your day!!

Happy little Betsy playing with her friends in her forever home!!

What happened to Betsy: Betsy (with a large e-collar still on) was found by a good samaritan and brought to the clinic. Her owner was contacted by the clinic but the owner did not want Betsy anymore. However, Betsy needed an urgent eye surgery to save her eye (or have it removed). Connie offered to foster Betsy during recovery and Mun Mun offered to adopt Betsy. But after a few days, Connie decided to adopt Betsy!

All’s well that ends well!!  More than “well”!!

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Tasik Prima (Kok Ying Chee’s)

We have provided an aid of RM100 for the neutering of this cat.

Ms Kok is a new applicant and has just started her CNRM project. Welcome aboard, Ms Kok!

My name is Kok Ying Chee. I would like to apply for neutering aid for neutering a female cat (Slipper) which I have started feeding since Dec last year. She was one of the three cats that were hanging around the street where I live. They were initially fed by one of my neighbour but they have moved and nobody is feeding these cats. I came to know about CNRM through another neighbour, Mr Lee Chin Siang who is also practicing CNRM. Thus, I have decided to embark on this journey to help those cats and help controlling the cats population around the neighborhood. I am sending these cats for vaccination before neutering as advised by the veterinary.
Please find attached application form and photos as requested for your consideration. Kindly advise if you need more information.
Thanks and regards,
Ying Chee


Neutering aid for 1 cat in Shah Alam (Goh Kok Ho’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM100 for the neutering of this cat.

Mr Goh has provided updates on his previous cats below.

I have completed stray male cat number 3 for Project 1 today. I named him Teddy. Surgery was successful.  Attached is the before and after picture.
He have recovered swiftly and have been released back to his colony. He have been coming to my house to feed for few months now. My long term plan for him is continue to feed him and take care of him for as long as he still living nearby my house.
As always, thank you for your support.
Previous cats:
These photos above were taken today, at lunch time.
Hercules – He have been doing well post surgery and have been getting more healthy and gained weight steadily. He is currently living inside my house and doing really well with his siblings and other cats.
Greywolf, Snowwhite and Misty – All 3 of them are also doing very well and healthy as well. They are living behind my house and always come to my house to feed during morning and night on daily basis. They also gained weight steadily post surgery. In the future, I hope and wish that I could build a better place of shelter for them when I have the financial affordability and support to achieve this goal.
These photos below were taken last month when Mr Goh updated us.

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Shah Alam & Putrajaya (Nurul Najwa bt Mohd Amin’s) & Updates

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM200 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Puan Najwa has provided updates on her previous claims below.

Her colony and updates on the 3 previous cats:

Tembok is adopted. While nana has gone missing stolen. only alley is with me.

The raw deal: The fusspots

To these 3 fusspots…..

The Queen merely licked some Coco & Joe’s this morning and everything else was just “not right”. Finally, she wanted raw chicken plus liver.

Mr Singapore, surprisingly, boycotted even his all-time favourite Duck this morning and also only wanted raw chicken (without liver). Kiasu!!

Indy was okay this morning, though. Cubgrub’s Duck topped with liver did the trick – he ate more than his 2% share. He should, because he is far from being sedentary.

To these 3 fusspots:

How to be a cat-parent in any generation: Feed ’em sometimes!!

Well, at least once a day, make sure the fusspots eat somethin’.

But for Ms Poldrey, I would make an exception because she is hyperthyroid. For her, normally Coco & Joe’s topped with Primal would do the trick. At most, if she fusses, I would only let her miss one meal.

If ONLY everyone ate like you, Bunny!!!

Bunny is so satisfied after breakfast, he gets into a “food coma” mode and sleeps until lunch time! And he eats anything and everything!

Double Charity Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Recipients: The dogs and cats at Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary
Donors: Kok Khee Wee, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Wan Tai Seng, Poldrey Hepburn & Cleo, Donors from Boost, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood & supplies:

1. Cat litter – 30 bags
2. Cindy Naturelle GF cat kibble Salmon 13 kg – 8 bags
3. Cindy Naturelle GF cat kibble Chicken 13kg – 1 bag
4. Monge Kitten kibble 10 kg – 5 bags
5. Dog canned food Alps Classic Pate (400g) Lamb with premium meat – 4 boxes.
6. Cat canned food Cindy original Tender chicken with salmon (80g) – 6 boxes.
7. Alps dog kibble Lamb flavour 13 kg – 3 bags

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Gong Hei Fatt Choy. Thanks to myanimalcare and donors for the CNY gift from the heart. Received cat and dog food from Avant pet today. Sadhu…Sadhu… Sadhu 🙏🙏🙏

Spot the non-cat above….!!

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is located in Selangor and is home to 200 dogs and 80 cats. It is a self-funded shelter, run by Mr Ng Foo Mun and 2 helpers.

Since our reserve funds are sufficient to cover all neutering and vaccination claims, we are now channeling all new donations and excess funds to support the following four shelters with petfood: PAWS, Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary, Imm’s Shelter and CK Shelter.  All petfood sent to these shelters are chosen by them for their animals’ needs.    

About the Double Charity Donation:

Thank you again

To everyone who helped AnimalCare’s friend, Edward Lee and his wife, Vivienne, thank you so much.
If you would like to journey with Vivienne, here’s the facebook page:
Thank you again.