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Gratitude…from 8 years ago!

Gratitude is the memory of the heart.

It isn’t often that we receive updates from the caregivers or owners whose cats and dogs we have helped before, so when we do, it is indeed a great happiness!

We received this email today.

Dear Dr Chan and volunteers,
I am writing this email in reference to my previous spaying subsidy plea for 1 female cat in 2013.
I call her Siam. Originally my plan after the spay, was to return her to colony as she was previously a healthy stray at my previous flat and cared by a few of the residents including me. 
A few months after the spay I manage to find new home for her baby and decided to release her as I thought that she would prefer to freely roam at the flat like before instead of being a fully indoor cat. But she seems not interested to stay outside and cry in front of my door. So I let her stays in. I also open her for adoption because apparently my two other cats did not really like her. I was hoping that she will find a new family that will care and love her and not being bullied by other cats. But no one seems interested to adopt her.
Surprisingly, Siam is a survivor and very independent. She doesn’t care about my other cats who did not being friendly to her. What is more important for her is I still care for her, she got enough food and nice place to sleep. Maybe she was still trauma of the incident the day I found her just gave birth during storm under a box on wet floor! 
Until 2016 I moved to a new house where I guess all the seniority in my house has been reset 😅😅. My two other cats has been sort of accept her, and again in 2018 I moved to a new place where they seem very much better. Once in a while I saw they play together. 

In short, I just want to let you know, because of your help I managed to spay Siam and now 8 years later she still live healthily & happily with me and being treated same like my other furkids. She is happy and I am happy. Therefore I would like to return back your spaying subsidy for Siam for you to use it back to other animals in need. Thank you so much doc! 

We thank you so much, for the happy update, the photos (below) and also for your thoughtfulness and kindness in giving us a donation to help other animals. One good turn deserves another! 

You certainly look healthy and prosperous, Siam!

May you have a very happy and healthy life ahead!

Neutering aid for 3 cats in Subang Jaya (Olivia Tjong Yen Chian’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM300 for the neutering of these 3 cats, Peanut, Bean and Sesame.

Updates on previous claims are below.

I would like to apply for a subsidy for 3 kittens. They are Mochi’s kittens. They had to go to a quicker neutering instead of the age of 6 mths. The 3 kittens got on heat and wild unneutered male cats started coming to our house. The male cats are very fierce and we couldn’t catch them yet so we had to neuter the 3 kittens. 
After neutering, we are doing the CNRM method. They are no longer caged up and they freely come back to our house to eat their meals. Their mother, Mochi and them, is often around our house vicinity and we are still continuing to feed them and will continue to do so. 
Below attached is the pictures of previous cats that have received subsidy under myanimalcare as updates as well as the kittens picture. 
Connie( March 2018 ) – He is still living with us and is very healthy. Gradually gaining weight, he is a very playful cat and very friendly to the others too. 
Artemis ( March 2017 ) – Artemis is still staying with us too in the wired area along with Connie and Nona.
Nona ( Oct 2018 ) –  Nona is still with us. She developed some bladder infection and we have taken care of the bills as well as her medication. 
Faun ( May 2015 ) – Faun passed away last year due to an unknown problem. Suspected to be having a heart attack but it was too late when we arrived at the clinic. She was buried in our garden and we have taken care of her until then. 
Mochi (2021) – Mochi is still with us. She is freely going in and out of our house and we feed her with 2-3 meals per day. Now instead of being skinny, she has gained more weight and is healthy now. 

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Kuala Lumpur (Jacqueline Wong Mei Lin’s)

We have fully sponsored RM100 for the neutering of this cat.

Ms Jacqueline Wong is a new applicant.

Some background:

I am currently looking after a colony in KL. They are within a gated compound of a café in the area. I provide food and drop by every 2 days. I have an arrangement with the restaurant owner that he and his staff help me to replenish the food and water for the cats, and help me monitor their health. I am responsible for their wellbeing and health,  which includes vaccination and any medical assistance needed.

I have already neutered and released 4 males a few months ago (did not know about your initiative at the time, hence did not apply for aid) and continue to feed and provide for their care. All cats are also vaccinated, dewormed and defleaed.

Current application:

Charlie (black and white) is part of the same colony and has just been spayed.  When I first met her it was obvious she had recently given birth and was still nursing. I waited for her to bring me to her kittens so I could pick them all up when they were weaned –  for her to be spayed and  to find a foster for the kittens. I picked her up a week ago with her kittens and had her vaccinated and spayed, defleaed and dewormed, and the kittens defleaed and dewormed. I returned her back to the colony last night where I will continue to look after her as well as the others.

The kittens are being fostered and socialised so they are used to humans and can be ready to be adopted, at which point a prerequisite of adoption will be to agree to spay/neuter when they are old enough.

Attached are pictures of Charlie pre and post surgery, the application form and a copy of the receipt.

Regards

Jacqueline Wong 

Please also see below, photos of some of the cats in the colony – these are named after parks : Megah, Rimba, Putra and Templer.  

There are 2 females I removed from the colony and who have recently given birth. Once done with nursing I will spay and vaccinate before returning.

There is one black male, who I have not been able to catch, but since returning Charlie 2 days ago, he hangs around and will let me feed him but is wary, so it will take time.

So total I will be applying for 3 more, 2 females and 1 male.

So total in the colony is 7 (I have not included the kittens because I am trying to rehome them, otherwise there would be 15 more!!!!). The kittens are currently being fostered in homes.  

Bella’s eggs – Day 9

Bella was sitting in her nest this morning.

Just now, she wasn’t there, and I managed to take a peek.

There are two eggs!!!

They weren’t there yesterday afternoon, so she must have laid them after that.

Terima kasih, Pets Pure Love

We would like to thank the students of Kolej Cosmopoint Kuala Terengganu for their efforts in raising RM100 for us through their Pets Pure Love project.

Terima kasih! And thank you very much to everyone who participated too!

Bella’s back – Day 8

Bella was sitting in her best yesterday at dawn!

She is back and hopefully, has not abandoned all her meticulous and hard work in building her nest. However, later in the day, she disappeared again.

This morning, she was sitting her nest and it looks like she is definitely staying. She doesn’t fly off when I drive my car into the porch, and this is rather surprising because my car is parked very close to her nest. But she did fly off when my husband and Jia-Wen drove their cars in. Maybe she just needs to get used to the sound of their car engines and know that it is a friendly sound.

Apart from those two occasions, Bella has been sitting in her nest all day.

We don’t use the front door when she is there.

Here is Bella! I hope she feels safe in her nest.

We only peep from far away so that we don’t unnecessarily disturb her.

Neutering aid for 1 dog in Klang (Kogilaa a/p Ponniah’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM150 for the neutering of this dog.

Updates on Ms Kogilaa’s previous claims are below.

I would like to apply subsidy for this blackie 2.0 girl.
This is blackie, I caught her from taman klang jaya, I been feeding her since March 2020 and she was dumped by someone at that area..
I manage to catch her and sent for spaying, after release i will be continuously feeding and monitoring her.  Ear is cropped..
Attached with the list , and latest photos  my previous pets which under my care, mummy ,karuppi, brownie and daisie
Ms Kogilaa managed an earlier colony in Puchong from 2018-2019 and we provided our aid for those dogs as well. She gave us a full report and updated photos of this previous colony here: https://myanimalcare.org/2020/08/15/neutering-aid-for-2-dogs-in-klang-kogilaa-a-p-ponniahs-updates/. Since she has moved to Klang now, the surviving dogs in the previous Puchong colony have either been adopted or are being cared for by other caregivers.
Ms Kogilaa’s current colony is in Klang and she has claimed for 4 dogs from us. The updated photos of these 4 dogs are below.

Bella’s nest – Day 6

From the looks of it, Bella’s nest was finished yesterday. In the morning, I saw her sitting comfortably in it too.

There was also no more flying back and forth.

But by afternoon, I did not see Bella at all and the nest was empty.

Early at dawn today, Ginger was making noise at Stargate2 and it sounded like he was fending off Gingertom. Ginger doesn’t like Gingertom and Bushy White and there would be war cries whenever they come into our porch or garden. But they also don’t come very often these days.

Since morning today, I have not seen Bella. Gingertom was mooching around on the neighbour’s roof and he attempted to come into our garden, but we chased him away.

As you can see, the nest looked completed. But where is Bella?

I fended off Gingertom today. 

Yes, good boy, Ginger.

I didn’t do anything to scare Bella.

Of course you didn’t, Tabs. We know.

I hope Bella will come back. But then again, if she thinks the nest is too low and there is danger from Gingertom, maybe she has decided to build a nest elsewhere instead. Well, safety comes first.

Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: In loving memory of Pole from her family, In honour of Pole from Carlie & Friends, In memory of PohPoh-Ah Girl from Joyce Lim, In memory of Shaggy, Happy, Dobby, Chief, Harry, Cotty, Socks
Sandy, Toby, Benben, Rounda & Tigger from Chow Yi Lin, Kok Khee Wee, Mike Bowe & Angel, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Purrepawland via SimplyGiving, MPU team from Raffles College KL, Lee Choon Swee, Joey Tan Sze Yin, Tan Lai Fun, Wong Chin Kuan, Kopi-TehC-Ocha-Cider-Puer-Cendol, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

1. Cindy Naturelle Grainfree kibble 13kg – Chicken – 4 packs
2. Cindy’s Original canned food 80g – Tuna with Salmon – 10 boxes
3. Alps small bite kibble 13kg – Salmon – 9 bags
4. Dog canned food Alps classic pate (400g) Lamb – 5 boxes
6. Cindy’s cat litter clumping clay 10L – 30 bags
7. Angel Kleen clumping cat litter 10L – 10 bags
8. Special request. Vitalplus dog kibble 18kg Lamb – 5 bags (For feeding 1st and 2nd group of stray dogs. Total 23 dogs)

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Pet food received yesterday, delivered by Avant Pet. Thank you Dr Chan Kah Yein, myanimalcare and donors for your continuous support. Appreciate from the bottom of our heart. Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is run by Ng Foo Mun and his helpers. Currently, it has 250 dogs and 80 cats. Mun Mun is also looking after 2 groups of stray dogs outside his sanctuary (23 dogs). The first four photos below show the group of stray dogs.

Above shows the 2 groups of stray dogs.

These 5 were rescued and sent for neutering recently.

Below shows the lucky cats and dogs inside the sanctuary.

All safe, happy and well-fed!!