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Double Charity Petfood Donation to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: Imm’s donors

The petfood:

Alps dog 400gm can pate
– salmon 4 boxes
– turkey 2 boxes

Many thanks to Imm’s donors for supporting our Double Charity Petfood Donation and to Avant Pet for the free delivery.

Petfood donation to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: Kok Khee Wee, Jasmine Ee, Carlie & Friends, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Nurul Aqilah bt Mohamad, Ho Yuen Foon, Sia Jee Kei, Wong Chin Kuan, Ngiow Siet Sun, donors from Boost, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Cindy’s Original canned cat food
– Tuna Salmon – 6 boxes
– Pacific Tuna – 6 boxes

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Imm’s Shelter: Our utmost appreciation to you and MyAnimalcare Donors for the petfood received today. Also to Avant for free delivery.

Imm’s Shelter currently has 33 dogs and 19 cats.  It is run by Imm with the help of her friends and volunteers.

Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: In memory of Harry, Dobby, Chief & Cotty from Chow Yi Lin, Kok Khee Wee, Jasmine Ee, Carlie & Friends, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Purrepawland via SimplyGiving, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Pole, Freya, Theia & Tito, Khoo Ming-Yi, Nurul Aqilah bt Mohamad, Lau Tze Pin, Lim Pee Ying, Ho Yuen Foon, Sia Jee Kei, Wong Chin Kuan, Lee Pei Hsien, Tan Lai Fun, Adeline Lau Chao Ching, Tan Tay Thye, donors from Boost, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Cindy Naturelle Grainfree kibble 13kg
– Salmon – 3 packs
– Chicken – 3 packs
– Chicken & Turkey – 3 packs
Cindy’s Original canned food 80g (with jelly)
– Tuna Salmon – 12 boxes.
Alps small bite kibble salmon 13kgs – 9 bags.
Dog canned food Alps classic pate (400g) Lamb – 5 boxes.
Vitalplus dog kibble 18kgs – 5 bags (a special request during the MCO 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 today from Avant Pet. Thank you Dr Chan Kah Yein, myanimalcare and all donors for your generous gift to our shelter. Appreciate your kind donation. Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu 🙏🙏🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary currently has 249 dogs and 80 cats and is managed by Ng Foo Mun, Phoebe Teh and helpers. Mun Mun and his team are also feeding 23 stray dogs outside the shelter during this MCO period.

Above, the lucky sanctuary furries and below, the 2 groups of stray dogs outside. No one is left hungry.

 

Playing it by ear (Pole’s updates)

Yesterday was not exactly a good feeding day for Pole.

I already know there would be ups and downs because in kidney failure, there is no chance of getting better. It’s just doing things that hopefully make the patient feel a little bit more comfortable.

I’ll still try to feed Pole a small amount of blended food whenever she is willing. And there’s the daily subcut as well. I wish we could do more to help her feel more comfortable, but sometimes, not doing anything (more) is also not causing further harm to her. No more medication of any kind, it’s just food and water, peace and quiet.

Pole still socialises with the other cats. I missed the shot of all three touching noses together here.

Tabs keeping Pole company.

All our seven cats are in the photos above.

Four puppies looking for homes (Nandhini Sivanna’s)

If you are able to help, please contact Nandhini Sivanna at 0123630991.  Thank you.

Location: Klang Valley

From Nandhini:

These are street dogs and puppies. One of the mummy dogs has been spayed and she has 4 puppies.  All the dogs are very approachable (used to humans).  
The puppies at 3 months +. They have been vaccinated once. They are growing fast.
Attached are their pictures. I really hope they can find safe homes as they play on the road every day.  

A new record for Pole

I just finished feeding Pole a record-breaking 15ml of blended food. That’s about 24 syringes and I did not expect her to be able to eat so much! She seemed to have no trouble swallowing too.

When we first started two days ago, we could only manage 3ml and that was with some resistance too.

I really hope Pole will be able to continue eating small amounts like this in the days to come. I know there will be ups and downs, so my target is just 3ml per session and I will play it by ear. Anything more than that is a huge bonus! So far, it’s been more than 3ml (keeping fingers crossed here).

Good girl, Pole!

Indy’s eating habits

Indy and Cleo are not easy when it comes to feeding. But between the two, Indy poses the greater challenge.

Besides his finicky nature, Indy also has a vomiting problem. Sometimes, he would vomit his entire breakfast out, then demands to be given baby food as compensation. I figured this probably has something to do with his stomach being empty for the whole night and there is some gastric disturbance in the morning.

Ginger and Cow also have this problem, but it’s definitely not as often as Indy’s.

When it comes to feeding Indy, he treats me like a total slave. Sometimes, he is really hungry, but you’ll have to get the food “right” according to what he wants. “Right” can range from adding the correct treats, the correct dry food or even raising the height of the bowl to his preferred height (for that meal).

If you don’t get it right, he walks away and goes on a hunger strike. And you cannot let him wait it out until the next meal, he will make so much noise after that until your ears pop.

So, I have to be a slave and learn to “read” what Indy wants. This is to spare my ears from popping after that!

Once you get it right, he will start eating and can even eat two helpings, which clearly means that he IS hungry but just wants to be demanding and difficult.

Sometimes, Indy will refuse to eat his raw food until I add ONE pellet (yes, just one pellet of kibble) on top. Then, he can eat two or even three helpings of raw food and finally leave that one pellet behind. Go figure, right? What was the pellet for, I don’t know.

Cleo has this attitude of being finicky as well, but it’s to a much lesser degree. She is totally okay with skipping a meal every now and then. Whenever I feel that she can eat, I will continue giving her food until she has had enough, because you can never be sure if she would eat in the next meal. If she skips a meal, at least she doesn’t complain like Indy after that.

Cleo thinks she is still living in the wild – when hungry, eat as much as you can, you don’t know when your next meal is coming, I’m living in the jungle. But what jungle? Cleo was born in a wardrobe and has been served three square meals daily for the last fourteen years!

Maybe it’s more fashionable to live as a wild cat?

The easiest to feed would be Cow and Bunny. Ginger and Tabs are okay too.

To be able to eat is indeed a blessing, so we will continue being cat slaves…as long as they eat!

Pole’s feeding sessions

As of today, Pole has had two feeding sessions, about 4 hours apart. She was able to eat 6ml in the first and 8ml in the second without much protest.

I’ve learnt since yesterday to “read” her feelings. If she protests too much, I will stop and cut the session short. But there were also times when she starts of protesting, and later, she was willing.

A lot of it is decided and done just using one’s gut feeling.

The difference between now and before is that she can now swallow without grinding her teeth and she is willing to swallow. This is indeed a bonus. Otherwise, she was only on subcut.

Ever since we started feeding her again, her eyes look a bit brighter and she has gained back some energy too.

Pole seems to prefer Cindy’s tuna baby food. Maybe it’s also more liquid and smoother compared with the chicken.

In between each syringe, I pause and wait until Pole is ready. Each syringe is only about 0.5ml-0.7ml of food. Slowly does it….

From the trial and error yesterday, I think I have to wait at least 3.5 hours between feeds. If it’s too close, Pole protests. She does this by walking away when I’m preparing the food or during the feed. Then, I know she doesn’t want it and I won’t force her.

I’m really glad she is able to swallow food again now.

Pole was “active” this morning

My husband just returned from work and told me that Pole was actually active this morning, at dawn, when he went off to work.

He came downstairs and found Pole sitting upright waiting for him at the foot of the stairs. She looked unusually alert too.

Then, Pole followed him into the kitchen and circled round the kitchen. He said it appeared as though Pole wanted food.

So, Pole was “active” this morning.

Just now, Pole came into the kitchen too and she even came to accompany me while I was doing work. She was asking for something, but I did not know what it was, so I just patted her and praised her.

This is all quite unusual as she had been down for the past few days.

I can only hope that this means we are doing something right. By “something right”, I mean something that makes her a little bit more comfortable, a little bit happier, hopefully or something that makes her feel a little bit better.

Being able to sleep is so good.