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Food Aid to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: In memory of Dana, anonymous donors, donors from Boost, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Bunny’s Place & Ginger’s Catio, Jasmine Ee, Khoo Ming-Yi, Kok Khee Wee, Kwan Pei Kuan, Lee Kah Sun, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Ngiow Siet Sun, SharonLin Ooi, Tan Lai Fun, Tan Tay Thye, Wan Tai Seng, Wong Chin Kuan, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).  

The food:

Alps Nourish dog kibble 15kg – Lamb – 1 bag

Alps Pureness dog kibble 13kg – Salmon – 1 bag

Alps Pureness (pate) dog canned food 400gx24
– Salmon – 4 boxes

Cindy’s Original 80gm cat canned food 80gx24
– Tuna w salmon – 3 boxes
– Pacific fresh tuna – 3 boxes

Monge cat kibble Adult 10kg – 1 bag

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Judy: Petfood just received with much appreciation to you and all MyAnimalcare donors. Bless you all for supporting Imm’s shelter. 🙏🙏🙏🐕🐈💖. Imm’s shelter still operating only cause of all of your kindness n support. 🙇🏻‍♀️🙇🏻‍♀️🙇🏻‍♀️

Imm’s Shelter is home to 28 dogs and 15 cats. It is run by Imm, Judy and volunteers.

Friends and volunteers helping out at Imm’s.

Neutering aid for 2 dogs in Balakong (Tong Yut Fun’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid for RM300 for the neutering of these 2 dogs and an additional RM200 is gifted by Ms Jasmine Ee.

Updates on all previously-claimed dogs are below.

Ms Tong works with Mr Wong Woi Kan in their CNRM efforts.

You do not want to mess with Cow Mau…or Indy

This is a story about Cow Mau and it stretches over the past one week.

Now that Stargate is open so that Minnie and her boys can go over to Bunny’s Place to eat serai and Heidi’s grass, the four boys do go over very frequently. Cow Mau has been very, very neighbourly, allowing the boys to eat grass to their hearts’ delight. Indy watches them, but has also been obliging. Only Bunny (if not asleep) but come out to make his presence felt. Cleo did scream at them earlier on, but hasn’t done so lately.

Given Cow Mau and Bunny’s past history, if it had been ten years ago, the boys would have ended up at the vet’s for multiple bite/fight injuries. And I might have needed tetanus shots too.

But Cow Mau has mellowed with time.

Now, since the gate is open, Cow Mau also takes the liberty of crossing over to visit the catio (which is officially the home of the Ginger but is now shared with Minnie and her boys).

One time a few weeks ago, Cow Mau came over and he was slowly surrounded by the boys. We saw that and quickly diffused the situation. This, however, did not deter Cow from still coming over (after all, what is Cow afraid of? Nothing).

The other day last week, Cow did come over and the boys decided to surround him again. Cow stayed very still. Very, very still. He did not move a muscle, at least not visible to our naked aged eye. Then, slowly, the boys backed away and dispersed. All of them.

It was….a legendary moment.

Cow did not even move or “say” anything. But his tail was fluffed up…a little. That is all. Later, as my husband approached Cow, he noticed that Cow was vibrating. Sending out vibes, vibes that probably said: You small fries…are you sure you want to do this?

And as you know, Rey has been crossing over to Bunny’s Place without Stargate being open. We don’t know how he does this but yesterday, I finally caught him red-handed in the act. Rey scales up Stargate. Yep, he actually climbs it and that IS a formidable task which I’d take my hat off to. He climbs up from his side and once he reaches the top, he jumps all the way down. That might be easily 7-8 feet high. But Rey can only do it one-way. He has nothing to hold onto to do the return trip, so he has to call me from the kitchen window sill to take him back to the catio. And once Rey gets over to Bunny’s Place, he spends all his time there and so far, there has been no mishaps, until….

…yesterday.

Yesterday, I think Cow Mau decided to show him who is boss.

So, Cow Mau and Indy (it’s the Black-and-White Brotherhood, folks!!) surrounded Rey the moment he landed on his feet after his climb into Bunny’s Place. There was no sound at all from the two. Cow Mau and Indy just surrounded him and Rey was terrified. Luckily husband witnessed the whole incident, so he quickly came to the poor boy’s rescue and let Rey back into the catio.

16 years old, eh? Mellowed, eh?

No, you do not want to mess with Cow Mau. He still has it in him. What more, with Indy as his sidekick. Indy is still a little mad, especially on days before, on and after the full moon.

Another one who is really getting on Indy’s nerves if none other than his long-time rival and lifetime nemesis, Ginger. Ginger has been going into Bunny’s Place and REALLY annoying Indy.

Ginger, if you know what’s good for you….please don’t. But then again, Ginger has an advantage. Ginger has age on his side and a few winnings in the recent past where Indy actually ended up going to the vet’s for multiple injuries.

Hello, everyone. I can be nice…if I want to.

Nap time!

Ginger, why must you mess with Indy?

P.S. Ginger is no longer wearing his collar with the 2 bells because my husband says he absolutely cannot hear the bells. So, it defeats the purpose.

 

Such a compassionate and wise veterinary nurse!

Kudos to you, Saudari!

The painting job is finally done!

After four days of having to cart Minnie-5 upstairs every morning and then release them again in the evening, the painting of our exterior walls is finally completed!

After the big clean-up yesterday, everyone was brought back down for dinner.

Our super seniors also had to be confined in Bunny’s Room while the painting was going on, but I explained to the chief contractor that Bunny needed to go out to his garden for pee and poo so we made that happen. Other than that, Bunny was quite happy sleeping in this tray in his room.

After more than 10 years, we have finally got the exterior walls repainted and at least they will look presentable now!

The invasion of R2!!

“R2” refers to Rey and Robin.

Rey has been invading Bunny’s Place almost every morning. The first thing I see when I go to the kitchen every morning would be that Rey is there, in Bunny’s Place. How does he do it? How does he get across Stargate? It’s not an easy gate to climb because it has vertical bars with only one horizontal bar in the middle. We haven’t seen him in action and our CCTV does not cover this section. But that would be the only way.

This morning Robin invaded into the house from the catio too! How did he do it? Well, this, I witnessed with my very own eyes. He broke through the fiberglass netting and because he is slim, he just slides in between the wooden door and grille.

Robin aka Bin Bin

That’s Tabs on the kitchen counter, Rey and Robin in the foreground.

Lynx attempting to get in through Robin’s channel but because he is obese, he cannot get through! So it isn’t true that “once a cat’s head can go through, his entire body can”! That may be true only for street cats who aren’t obese!

They are now helping Ginger to get in.

P.S. Lynx finally got in!!

Homemade catfood for Bunny & Indy

Bunny and Indy do not agree with raw food anymore nowadays. Indy has his gastro-intestinal problems while Bunny has chosen not to eat raw.

While raw food has natural enzymes to aid digestion, cooking also breaks down the proteins making it easier to be digested. I remember the advice of a holistic vet a long time ago. While she definitely agrees that raw food is the most biologically appropriate food for cats, she did accept the fact that it may not be suitable for every single cat. A case in point is Bunny and Indy who used to devour raw food. Now, with age, they just cannot anymore.

So, here’s today’s homemade catfood, tailored for Bunny (constipation, chronic kidney disease):

Thanks to the pressure cooker, it only took 10 minutes (cooked and tender as with a slow cooker). Today’s recipe is chicken with vegetables. The vegetables is for the fiber because Bunny needs it. There is no salt and bone. No salt because Cleo and Bunny have chronic kidney disease. No bone because it’s cooked, so add eggshell powder instead.

Once it is ready, Ginger is already waiting.

All the super seniors have had lunch, but who can resist the aroma of freshly cooked food?

Our super seniors are Cow & Bunny (both 16yo), Cleo (15yo) and Indy (14yo).

The seniors are Tabs and Ginger (both 11yo) while the juniors (young ‘uns) are Minnie (3yo), Smurfy, Rey, Lynx and Robin (all 2yo).

Cow Mau, would you like some too?

Only Indy said “no thanks, I’ll pass”.

So happy to see Bunny eating! This is his fourth helping, so he’s slowing down.

Another invasion!!

It’s been very chaotic since yesterday.

We are having our exterior walls painted and this includes the catio and Bunny’s Place too. I had initially wanted some parts of the walls to be tiled up (for the long term) but the contractor advised against it because of the massive hacking and dust problem. So it would just be a new coat of paint.

Having the catio and Bunny’s Place painted would mean having to cart Minnie-5 upstairs to the quarantine two-bedroom suite again, and Bunny & gang would have to spend the day in Bunny’s Room (which is a much easier task, of course).

Carting Minnie-5 up first involves catching them one by one. Catching Lynx, Robin and Rey is classified as “manageable” while catching Smurfy and Minnie is a near-impossible task. But we managed to do it yesterday by tricking everyone with a Primal snack. Minnie was the hardest because she did not fall for the snack at all. Instead, she went up to her lookout and sat there, enjoying the view and watching the contractors at work in the garden.

So while her boys were already upstairs, Minnie remained at her lookout, with no intention of being unceremoniously caught by any human.

It took at least half an hour before Minnie decided to compromise and came down from the lookout and sat at one of the lower platforms with the message “well, catch me IF you can”.

It took a lot of effort, but I managed to. So all five were quarantined upstairs, very comfortably, with both fans on for them and an additional Cubgrub dehydrated chicken treat.

By the time the contractors finished work yesterday, I was way too tired to cart them down one by one, so I just made sure the catio was clean, then I went upstairs to open the door.

Freedom!!

Everyone came downstairs and invaded the house.

Rey, Lynx and Robin came to see Jayden and wanted to be friends.

But Ginger quickly came and sat with Jayden – “Not without going through my vetting process first!!”

Ginger, the baby-sitter and baby-rescuer!

It’s confirmed!

Ginger is a baby-sitter and a baby-rescuer! And Jayden’s best friend.

Early this morning, I was busy with the cats. By the time I had finished my cat-chores, I saw Jayden having already awoken. He was sitting up and was about to cry (only when he caught a glimpse of me, otherwise, he would have been totally fine, playing by himself). Just as he was about to cry, out of nowhere, came our superhero of the day, GINGER!

Ginger darted straight towards Jayden and sat himself in front of Jayden. That stopped Jayden from his plans to start wailing.
At other times too, whenever Jayden is about to get into trouble, like having his leg stuck somewhere, Ginger would appear out of nowhere, to be by his friend’s side.

Ginger, you are my best friend!!

My vet’s cat even know how to go upstairs to alert the adults when the baby is crying.