Universiti Malaya Cats Update: Holstein reunited with family

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From: Veeranoot Nissapatorn
Date: Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 4:26 PM
Subject: Re: Compassion in Action
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

RE: The Humane and Compassionate Management of Strays at University of Malaya Project

Dear Dr Kah Yein,



Holstein family (2 brothers and a sister: UMcats-1,-2 and-3) are now happily reunited after 5 long days apart. They are part of the UM-free medical package for stray animals found on campus ground. This package includes spaying/neutering with ear notching, deworming, frontline and vaccination. These kittens are certified as “Clean cats” and ready to go to loving and forever home(s).

For adoption drive, if anyone interested to provide a life-long commitment for our UMcats then kindly choose the following options: 1. Contact our appointed veterinarian (Dr Wong Chooi Thing), Klinik Haiwan & Surgeri Wawasan, Puchong at 03-58820755, 2. Write to us at  cctin@um.edu.myveeranoot@um.edu.my or nissapat@gmail.com or  umstrays@gmail.com, or 3. Visit us on Facebook for more stories at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Humane-and-Compassionate-Management-of-Strays-at-University-of-Malaya/478971442237852

Thank you very much for your support.



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Holstein and brother are from the Brotherhood of Indies?!!






One response to “Universiti Malaya Cats Update: Holstein reunited with family”

  1. Prof. Sarman Singh

    Dear Dr. Veeranoot Nissapatorn,

    Very good work you are doing. Keep it up.

    Prof. Sarman Singh