Kitten for adoption – adopted! (Jacqueline Ong’s)

Updates: Adopted!

The original post:

If you are able to help, please contact Jacqueline directly. Thank you.

Location: Klang Valley

From: Jacqueline Ong <>
Date: Sun, Jan 18, 2015 at 4:53 PM
Subject: Help to rescue a 2 weeks old kitten

Hello My Animal Care,

There is a little kitten that was abandoned by the dumpster at my condo. It has been calling out for 3 days and finally today, my boyfriend and the garbage man got the kitten out. It is a black male kitten approximately 2 weeks old and is covered with fleas. We went to PAWS hoping that they could help take care of the kitten but they rejected because they do not have anyone who is able to feed it regularly. I am not able to take care of the kitten as I have a cat myself with a poor immune system.
Please help if you are able to take the kitten in and find it a good home. Thank you
JacquelineFrom: Jacqueline Ong <>
Date: Mon, Jan 19, 2015 at 12:18 AM
Subject: Re: Help to rescue a 2 weeks old kitten
To: Chan Kah Yein <>

Thank you Dr. Chan for the tips. I am isolating the kitten in my toilet for the moment as nobody can take it in yet. It is kept warm and fed. We have plucked hundreds of fleas off it and cleaned off as much dried blood as we could. I have also dabbed a bit of frontline spray on it. I can’t keep it long though as my housemates need to use the toilet. Any help you can offer to publicise to find a foster/adoptive home would be great!

It is a male DSH approx. 2-3 wks old. Eyes open, ears no longer folded. Can crawl around and growing teeth. I am attaching some photos.
Much thanks for your help!
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2 comments to Kitten for adoption – adopted! (Jacqueline Ong’s)

  • jacqie

    Dear all, thank you so much for sharing the word. I am delighted to update that the lil one has been adopted into a loving home. 🙂 one life saved! Yay. We were worried he couldn’t make it last night from loss of blood and dehydration but he turned out to be a fighter.

  • chankahyein

    That’s really good news, Jacqueline!