Neutering aid for 1 cat in Kuala Lumpur (Yap Mie Ling’s) & Updates

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

Updates of previous claims are below.

I’m hoping to spay-neuter all the stray cats around my temple in Jalan Loke Yew. There are many strays there and multiplying fast.

With the help of the temple’s care taker, we have managed to bring 1 female kitten (about 7 months old, named Maisy) to the clinic to spay last week. I hope AnimalCare could help in subsidising the spaying cost, while I’ll help with the balance, boarding, vaccination costs.

Here’s the photo of the kitten. We called her Maisy. We will release her after the surgery and our care taker will continue to feed her.

Previous claims:

Creamy (2012) – Photo below. Creamy is still with us, living as our community cat here.

Mimi (2012) – adopted by my neighbour and is indoors now.

Grey tabby (2012) – adopted.

Nellie the rescued dog (2013) – sent to farm.

Pumpkin (2013) – adopted.

Tommy (2014) – Creamy’s best friend. Went missing years ago.

The black cat (2019) – Living the good life at the temple (photo below). Her name is “1500” (pronounced “thousand five”).

Creamy (medical aid and neutering aid in 2012) – a prosperous community cat!

“1500” (neutering aid in 2019) – also a very prosperous temple cat now!

A small scare from Bunny Bun Buns

On Friday evening, Bunny gave me quite a scare.

Suddenly, he looked ill and did not want to eat…at all.

For Bunny to refuse food – that is always an alarm bell.

But it was already late evening and the vet was closed.

Bunny also felt a bit warm to the touch. The worrying thing is that he did not look well. Bunny has skipped meals before, once in a while, but he didn’t look sick.

This time, he did. So I wasted no time in making an appointment for Saturday. The vet was packed and I only managed to get a lunch time slot.

The thing is, for the whole week, someone had been vomiting food mid-morning on the chair in the pantry, but I never did catch the cat in the act, so I didn’t know who it was. My suspicion was either Bunny or Indy.

So, now, that must have been Bunny, especially when Bunny has a history of a weak stomach. Many years ago, he had a vomiting problem for MONTHS which no vet could solve. The problem finally went away on its own.

I had Omeprazole (for gastric), Mirtazapine (an appetite stimulant) and Tramadol (the transdermal painkiller) with me. I gave Bunny all three to tide over the night. He did seem to be in pain, from the way he sat (in the bread loaf position) and he let out a small cry when I carried him.

Every hour, I offered him some Cindy’s canned food (the totally blended baby food with goat’s milk) – I find this food very useful whenever anyone has a stomach upset. Bunny refused to eat.

It was only by 10pm that he was willing to lick some food from my finger.

By midnight, I think the medicine had started working. Bunny was eating small amounts on his own.

The next day, Bunny could eat, but also small amounts. He no longer looked sick, so I didn’t think it would be necessary to take him for the car ride to the vet’s anymore.

That’s Bunny in the pot, probably trying to eat some lemongrass or Heidi’s weed.

By evening, Bunny was back to his normal behaviour and eating well again.

On Sunday morning, everything was back to normal.

We did it – without a trip to the vet’s.

I’m still giving Bunny Omeprazole in the morning. And also restricting the amount of food he eats so that he eats slightly smaller meals.

Tigger is adopted!

Tigger’s story has a lovely and happy “beginning” today!

He was discharged from hospital with a clean bill of health. Julia brought him home (photos below) and by evening, his kind adopter from Klang came to take him back to his forever loving home! Julia has offered to sponsor Tigger’s vaccinations and his neutering later.

We thank Julia for rescuing Tigger, giving him medical treatment and our heartfelt gratitude goes to the kind adopter (who is also our loyal blog reader) for giving Tigger a home.

Have a very happy life, Tigger!

(Tigger has been renamed.)

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Klang (Muhammad Jamsyir bin Jagjit Singh’s)

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

Mr Jamsyir is a new applicant.

Dear Dr. Chan,
I heard about AnimalCare neutering Aid from a friend.
Enclosed is the story of how I ended up with a family of stray and also my application submission for the first cat, Apocalypse. 
My big gratitude for your kind consideration of my application.
The original application form and vet receipt will be hand delivered by this evening.
Best regards
Jamsyir Jagjit Singh
Pictured is my small furry family of 5. Mamacat Star was a pregnant stray salvaged about
more than year ago from terrible flu and scabies. She later gave birth to 3 kittens namely
Glory, Apocalypse and Prophet. They are about 8 months old now. Mamacat Star was
immediately spayed when she was done nursing her kittens.
Grace the stray kitten was liberated from heartless people less than a month ago. She
accidentally entered a neighbour’s house and I saw she was kicked and splashed with
water. That was when I decided to take her in with me.
They are now under my care. I have adopted these cats and they are now family. 

My apartment area is not stray friendly.  So, they will be indoor cats.

Due to fund and logistic constraint, I have planned to ;
1/ 1st send Apocalypse for spaying
2/ a week after Apocalypse, send both Glory and Prophet for neutering.
3/ Grace will follow suit once her age and weight permits.
It is my high hope that AnimalCare is able to extend the neutering aid to help prevent
unwanted pregnancies.

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Seri Kembangan (Intan Shafinaz bt Rahim’s) & Updates

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM90 for the neutering of this cat.

Updates of previous cats are below.

Saya Intan Shafinaz Rahim, tinggal di Seri Kembangan merupakan salah seorang rescue di kawasan ini ada membuat permandulan seekor kucing betina bermata hijau (Ibu Tabby). Di jumpai di kawasan Taman Equine berusia 1 tahun dan pernah beranak sebanyak dua kali sepanjang saya memberi makan lebih 4 bulan. Di mandulkan dan akan dilepaskan kembali ke tempat saya selalu memberi mereka makanan.

Kucing ini hampir 4bulan saya telah memberi makanan, tetapi dua bulan yang lalu dia telah beranak kali ke dua. Permandulan yang dijalankan untuk mengurangkan pertambahan di tempat saya memberi makanan kucing tersebut.

Untuk maklumat doctor juga, anak kepada kucing ini yang berusia dalam lingkungan 6 bulan juga telah melahirkan anak kucing baru-baru ini. Di sebabkan itu saya mengambil keputusan untuk memandulkan mereka peringkat demi peringkat untuk mengawal pembiakan.

Kucing-kucing yang lepas: Batman, Bengal, Ibu, Sunquick: 

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Cheras (Zuzilawati bt Othman’s) & Updates

We have fully sponsored RM160 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Updates on the previous cats are below.

Saya Zuzilawati Binti Othman, tinggal di Cheras ada membuat pemandulan dua ekor kucing jalanan ( 1 jantan dan 1 betina).  Kucing ini dijumpai di kawasan Taman Rekriasi Alam Damai, Cheras dan dianggarkan berusia sekitar 8 bulan(jantan) dan 10 bulan (betina) ketika saya memberi makanan di kawasan tersebut.  Kucing ini telah Dimandulkan dan akan dijaga di rumah saya bersama kucing lain yang saya telah selamatkan sebelum ini.
Di sini saya lampirkan beberapa dokumen untuk pengesahan doktor.

Saya sertakan juga gambar terkini 2 ekor kucing yang telah saya mandulkan terdahulu dan saya jaga di rumah saya. Mueza(putih) dan Fify(hitam putih) seperti dilampirkan.
Pada masa ini saya ada 4 ekor yang saya jaga… mueza, fify, ompok dan Yen.
Dalam masa terdekat ni saya tiada rancangan untuk mandulkan lain2 kucing kerana daripada pemerhatian saya, kucing yang ada sewaktu saya beri makan masih kitten (belum sampai masa sesuai untuk mengawan), sekiranya ada terjumpa kucing yang besar yang memungkinkan mereka akan mengawan baru saya akan mandulkan nanti.
Terima kasih. 
Yang benar,
Zuzilawati Binti Othman

 

Petfood Donation for Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: Kok Khee Wee, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, in memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon, Cow, Bunny & Pole, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Vitalplus dog kibble 18kg
– Salmon – 3 bags

Alps small bite kibble 13kg
– Salmon – 6 bags

Vitalplus cat kibble 18kg
– Salmon – 4 bags

Cindy’s Holistic Baby cat and Mother kibble 13 kgs – 5 bags

Cindy’s Original cat canned food (80g)
– Tender Chicken with Salmon – 10 boxes

Cindy’s Cat litter clamping clay 10L – 35 bags

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Food from the heart. Today we received the petfood delivered by Avant pet for our furrykids. Thank you so much Dr. Chan, myanimalcare and all donors. Words cannot express how grateful we are for this special gift. Sadhu.. Sadhu… Sadhu 🙏🙏🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is currently home to 236 dogs and 80 cats. It is run by Mr Ng Foo Mun and his helpers. Mun Mun also feeds another 10 dogs outside his shelter. Below are latest photos from Mun Mun.

What are the kittens up to?

Games, games, games and more games every day!

Going for Heidi’s weeds. We still have to bring in Heidi’ medicinal weeds from Bunny’s Place because the kittens will trample on every single pot within their reach.

For old times’ sake!

Cow & Bunny’s sneezing updates

Bunny stopped sneezing on the very next day (nipped in the bud, thankfully) but Cow took a few more days. He’s not totally sneeze-free yet, but he is on the mend.

Besides the medication, Cow & Bunny are also on Vetri DMG and Lysine. Lysine seems to help this round (it did not for Ginger’s case).

At the same time, Indy, Heidi and Tabs also get Lysine – because they ask for it!

Pole and Cleo both say Lysine is “not food” so after minutes of sniffing at it, they refuse to eat it. I hope they don’t get the flu bug.