Neutering aid for 3 cats in Ampang and Sri Petaling (Amelia Aesha Nathan’s)

We have provided an aid of RM240 for the neutering of these 3 male cats.

Ms Amelia Nathan is a new applicant. She has adopted the 3 cats.

Good evening Dr Chan

My name is Amelia. I am writing this email to apply for the neutering Aid by
I neutered 3 cats last week at the clinic in Pandan Indah. I have the form filled up with the doctor’s signature and have attached the photo collage of the cats in this email. I tried my best to take clear photos of them, please let me know if you need me to take better photos.
Here is a little bit about the cats.
1. Hades (male, black)
Hades was found near a big dumpster in Sri Petaling by my boyfriend. He was a little roughed up from fights etc. So we took him to the vet to get treated and vaccinated. Once ready, we took him to get neutered. He stays indoors together with another 4 rescued cats which are vaccinated but one more is not ready to be neutered. My boyfriend will keep Hades and he is also keeping the other cats, one more we are trying to find a home.
2. Cabbit (male, orange tabby)
Cabbit was found in front of my boyfriend’s house in Sri Petaling covered in some black sticky thing. We think that someone must have found him somewhere and dumped him at the house because they knew we would take them in/try to find a new home for them. Currently he is staying with me along with another 10 cats I also rescued. All neutered and vaccinated except for one because she is too young. I am actually looking to find him a good new home now but have had no luck so far so if I can’t find one I will keep him.
*Cabbit required a double neutering surgery because it was a cryptorchid case.
3. Yiddy (male, grey and white)
Yiddy is a cat that was born to one of my pregnant rescues in my home at Bukit Indah, Ampang. The mother has already been spayed after she was no longer feeding Yiddy. I will be keeping him as he is the first cat in all my years of rescuing that was born in my house.
I try to re-home our rescues so I have space to rescue more but whenever I can’t find a new home after a certain period of time I will keep them forever and avoid taking in new ones because of the lack of space and it is difficult to support so many animals financially. They are all indoor cats.
I hope that the information I provided is sufficient. Please let me know if you need anything else. I will mail the form and receipt either tomorrow or Monday. Thank you!
Amelia Nathan

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