Spaying sponsorship for Thong-deon (also for adoption), redonated in loving memory of Kwanchai (Dr Veeranoot Nissapatorn’s)

We have fully sponsored RM100 for the spaying of Thong-deon and Dr Veeranoot has donated the same amount back to our Fund in loving memory of Kwanchai:

Thong-deon is for adoption. Please contact Dr Veeranoot directly if you are interested.

From: Veeranoot Nissapatorn <>
Date: Fri, Mar 21, 2014 at 5:53 PM
Subject: Thong-deon
To: Chan Kah Yein <>

21st March, 2014

RE: Subsidy and Adoption

Dear Sis Chan,

This female kitten, “Thong-deon”, is about 6 months old, active and in need of a loving home.

A brief history

On 4th February, 2014, this incidence occurred late in the evening when I was on my way home from work and while I was opening the door, I heard a soft meow voice behind me. It took me by surprise to see any animal walking up to the top floor (4th floor) which I have never seen before, since I have moved in here for the past 3 years.

I suspected that a family who stays on the 3rd floor and also keeps cat as a pet have accidentally/purposely put this kitten in front of my place since they know that I have cats and also feed strays around the area.

I decided to keep Thong-deon for the time being as this kitten was having flu, needs to be dewormed, deflead and most importantly be fitted for spaying.

On 10th March, Thong-deon was sent to the vet for spaying. On 15th March, Thong-deon received the first dose of vaccination and was taken back to my place for recuperation.

mini-Thong-Deon at the clinic

Would anyone like to adopt me, please?





If anyone interested to adopt this kitten, kindly contact me via this email: <>

Any amount of this subsidy for Thong-deon will be donated to AnimalCare Society in loving memory of my dear son Kwanchai”.   

This flower was bought for Kwanchai during his last days but it is very surprising (even my niece who helped me to nurse Kwanchai noticed as well) that this flower has always been blooming throughout the year (no fertilizer and watering this plant is the left over of drinking water from Kwanta and other cats everyday), ever since Kwanchai had passed on.

Thank you for the opportunity.

Sukhi Hotu!


mini-Memory of the late Kwanchai

In loving memory of Kwanchai



Comments are closed.