Thank you very much (February 2020 donors)

It’s time to thank all our donors and well-wishers for supporting our One-Street CNRM neutering and vaccination aid and also our efforts in helping selected shelters with petfood.

This month’s neutering aid:
Number of animals: 23 (12 dogs and 11 cats)  
Amount paid out: RM3058.00
Recipients of the Neutering Aid:

This month’s vaccination aid:
Number of animals: 9 dogs
Amount paid out: RM225.00
Recipients of the Vaccination Aid:

This month’s Double Charity Food Aid Donation to shelters: RM12,626.81
Recipients of the Food Aid:

As we still have sufficient reserve funds for the neutering and vaccination aid, we have channeled new donations and excess funds to support the following four shelters with petfood: PAWS, Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary, Imm’s Shelter and CK Shelter.

We thank all donors very much for supporting us in all that we do!

This month’s donors

In Memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon
In Memory of Ms Chan Kam Peng
Anonymous donors
Agnes Cheong
Ahmad Amir Kamil
Andy Lew
Avant Pet Sdn Bhd
Ho Yuen Foon
Iylia Elena
Joy Saga & Friends
Julia Chong, Premala Narendra, Irene Leong
Khoo Ming-Yi
Kok Khee Wee
Kwan Pei Kuan
Marie Tungka
NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan
Tabs & the Kitchen Cats
Tan Kwee Lin
Tan Lai Fun
Tan Tay Thye & his karma debtors
The Cow Clan
Wan Tai Seng

The new coalition

Now, play nice and don’t fight, ok?

Vaccination aid for 4 dogs in Seri Kembangan (Lai Sok Yieng’s)

We have fully sponsored RM100 for the vaccination of these 4 dogs.

Their write-up is in the previous post.

Neutering aid for 4 dogs in Seri Kembangan (Lai Sok Yieng’s) & Updates

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM600 for the neutering of these 4 dogs.

Ms Lai has updates on her previous claim below.

Hope you are doing well
Please accept my application for neuter and vaccine aid. Attached before and after photo.
Mama & Cucu & Gua Gua – Street 2
I have been feeding them for sometimes and they are friendly. After getting their trust, I have sent them for neuter. After surgery, I have checked their wounds and released them at the original spot after recovery. They are now happy and healthy. I will continue to provide food for them daily. They said thank you to Animal Care and Dr Chan =)
Pepper – Street 3
I have been feeding this dog for some time. She is friendly and tame. After getting her trust, I have sent her to neuter. She is now back to the original spot and I will continue to feed her daily.
Please let me know if you need further information. Thank you Dr Chan for the neuter aid, it is greatly appreciated
Thank you
Lai Sok Yieng
The previous claim:
Attached recent image of the stray female I have successfully sent for neuter. I have been watching over her and ensuring her wounds healed well after releasing her back to her location. Her wounds are completely healed now with no further complications and I noticed she seemed to have been mixing well with the pack unlike before the neutering. Her food consumption and appetite has increase. Hopeful this is a positive sign from her.

Vaccination aid for 3 dogs in Balakong (Liew Wei Jane’s)

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM75 for the vaccination of these 3 dogs.

The write-up for the 3 dogs is in the previous post.

Neutering aid for 3 dogs and 2 cats in Balakong (Liew Wei Jane’s) & Updates

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM650 for the neutering of 3 dogs and 2 cats.

Mr Liew has updates of the previous dog below.

I am requesting aid for these, write-up in the collage:
Neuter aid
2 cats
3 dogs
Vaccine aid
3 dogs
The previous dog:
Thank you for the aid and help all this time. It has surely help financially in lessening my burden to help these strays as best as I can. 
I am hopeful they are now living in a better state of life. I am hopeful too that I can continue to help as many strays as I possibly can within Balakong Industrial Area.
Kindly find attached the latest images as well as update the most recent claim: 
This female stray, I named her Cici. For the 1st few days of sending her back to her original spot, she grew cautious of me. Possibly due to the ordeal that may have triggered it. However, after 2 days, she let down her guard again and felt comfortable back. I have checked on her surgical wounds and it’s healing well. She is eating well as usual. I am constantly providing her with food and water.
Thank you.

Indy goes to the vet’s (It’s cat flu season)

It’s cat flu season.

Our cats have escaped many seasons…for years, but this year, we are not exempted.

It started with Ginger and shortly after, Indy started sneezing too.

So, we took Indy to the vet’s today, even though his appetite is intact and he did not even seem sick except for the occasional sneezing.

It’s the same as what Ginger has. The vet says it’s cat flu season and this year, the bug is particularly virulent.

Indy has an increased amount of neutrophils (first line of defence against an infection) and eosinophils (probably from an allergic reaction), from an ear-prick blood test under the microscope.

His lungs are clear (as were Ginger’s). But Indy’s lymph nodes were all enlarged, which is a normal reaction of the body when there is any infection.

Indy was dewormed too.

Ginger is getting a lot better now, but still has the occasional cough in the morning.

Indy was given the same medicines as Ginger’s – Doxycyline (an antibiotic), Bromhexine (a mucolytic) and Cetirizine (an anti-histamine).

Heidi also started sneezing, so the vet prescribed Doxy and Cetirizine for her.

The vet suggested that all our cats go on Vetri DMG and Lysine (already on it!).

By the way, Cleo has refused to eat the fish-shaped Lysine now (she says it’s poison), but Ginger started eating it, so that’s good. Of all cats, Bunny is also refusing to eat the Lysine.

Pole and Indy LOVE the Lysine, but Indy later vomits it out….sigh. Maybe the size is too big, so I’m going to break it up for him.

Indy will be quarantined at the patio with Ginger since both have the flu. Let’s hope they don’t fight. The last time, Indy lost to Ginger and had to go to the vet’s to address a wound.

Indy is eating well. No loss of appetite there.

Heidi seems okay, but I did not want to take any chances since she started sneezing already.

It’s a very hot day today, but I guess cats love it hot.

Ginger is still grounding/earthing himself. Cats know what to do…naturally.

Double Charity Donation to a good samaritan

Recipients: The cats in the home of the good samaritan
Donors: In memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon, In memory of Ms Chan Kam Peng, The Cow Clan, Tabs & the Kitchen Cats

This is my personal petfood donation to the good samaritan who responded to my search for an adopter to help 3 newborn kittens last week:

The petfood:

Cindy’s Original canned food (with broth)
Atlantic Tuna – 2 boxes
Tuna Chicken – 2 boxes
Tuna Seabream – 2 boxes
Tender Chicken – 2 boxes

Cindy’s Naturelle Grainfree cat kibble (13kg)
Chicken & Turkey – 1 bag
Salmon – 1 bag

The mother-cat and the 3 adopted newborn kittens.

A message from the good samaritan: Terima kasih, Dr Chan. kami baru rescue mama cat ni beberapa hari lepas… kini dia dh jadi ibu tumpang kepada kitten2 tu

No gift can be big enough to express my personal thanks to this good samaritan who was willing to give the 3 newborn kittens a chance at life. Thank you so very much!

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

About the Double Charity Donation:

Ginger….back on track?

Last night, Ginger seemed to have bounced right back and started eating his usual food and behaving in his normal “Gingerly” ways.

We felt sorry for him, so we let him stay inside the house (normally, his place is the patio at night – because he has a tendency to spray on all the cushions when no one is looking). But that did not work out because he came upstairs, jumped onto our bed, and started whining all night.

So, he went back out to the patio (I think he is more accustomed to this arrangement).

This morning, Ginger came in eagerly for breakfast and ate, perhaps, 1.5 times his “normal”.

So, that’s a good sign.

Everyone was given Vetri Lysine Plus this morning and everyone loved it (yes, even Cleo and Pole did not think it was poison!)….except Ginger!

Rhinitis (running nose, flu, etc. due to allergy or viral infection) might spread, so it’s best to fortify everyone with some immune booster.  The vet did ask if Ginger could be allergic to anything (any new aerosol sprays – no, did he dig soil to play with – no) – well, not that I can think of.  Perhaps it is an infection, but I’m glad he seems much better today.