Neutering aid for 1 cat in Kuala Lumpur (Jacqueline Wong Mei Lin’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM100 for the neutering of this cat, Tugu.

Updates on the previous 4 cats are below.

I am writing to apply for neutering aid for Tugu.

Tugu is the first cat we (my husband, son and I) met in our colony and the first cat we picked up. At the time she was very congested and had laboured breathing to the point where she wasn’t really eating and quite lethargic. I picked her up planning to get her well enough to spay. Once she recovered, it was clear that she was pregnant, so she was fostered for a few months and gave birth to 4 kittens, which have either been adopted, or awaiting adoption. 

Tugu has now been spayed. I will keep her in care for a few more weeks so she can put on some weight, before releasing her to her previous home at the café where we manage the colony, and where she will be reunited with Blackie, Charlie and the others. 

Update on previous claims:

  • Charlie and Blackie doing well. We have had to reposition their feeder as the chickens were helping themselves to the cat food. We are also going more often to give them some wet food as the restaurant is doing limited delivery service, with fewer staff around. 
  • Maggie and Hujan will be released into the colony next weekend – in cages first until they get used to their surroundings

Regards
Jacqueline

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