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.

Updates on previous cats are below.


I am writing to apply for neutering aid for Cleo. 

Cleo wandered into our colony late May. We first saw her late at night and again a few days later where we noticed she was visibly pregnant. We returned over the course of a week with no sign of her until someone spotted her and a male, across the road in the park.

My son and I quickly trapped her, found someone to foster her and she gave birth the next day. She had 3 healthy kittens (2 look exactly like the male in the park) and took on an additional 1 week old motherless kitten a few days later.

All her kittens have been adopted and Cleo has now been spayed. I have spoken to the workers in the park who have been leaving out food, I will supply food for them and my family and I will continue to drop in on her and be responsible for her health.

We have been trying since June to trap the male for neutering though he has been very elusive and has no set schedule. The workers in the park have agreed to help create a feeding pattern so we can get him, so hopefully soon…. In the meantime, I will release Cleo to her former home in the park.

Some updates (pictures attached bel0w):

  • Charlie and Blackie doing well, we have had to remove the feeder as the chickens find them, so they get food twice a day at a particular spot then it’s removed.
  • Maggie was adopted at the last minute with her daughter Brodie and lives outdoors (as she prefers) and has food and her favourite bed provided for her
  • Hujan has been released and stays close returning at feeding time.
  • Tugu had a few bouts of flu that has finally recovered from but is now healthy and was just adopted by someone looking for an adult lap cat.



Comments are closed.