Donors: An anonymous donor, donors from Boost, donors from Touch ‘n Go, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Bunny’s Place & Ginger’s Catio, Khoo Ming-Yi, Kok Khee Wee, Lee Li Lian, Leong Sau Yee, Mary Yap, Mong Looi, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Ooi Kok Whey, SY Ng, Tan & Associates, Tan Lai Fun, Tan Tay Thye, Wan Tai Seng, Wong Chin Kuan, Wong Yoke Mei, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).
– Lamb – 16 bags
– Turkey – 4 boxes
– Lamb – 4 boxes
– Salmon – 4 boxes
We thank Avant Pet very much for the free delivery.
Avant Pet surprised us all with a really quick delivery this round! The consignment arrived today.
Happy Uncle Wong!
Tong Yut Fun (JoTong) and Wong Woi Kan feed more than 150 dogs in the Balakong area. These are all CNRM dogs. Every dog that they can catch is neutered, most of them returned to colony (unless the dog has special needs) and managed for life with dedication and commitment. The younger puppies are rehomed, adult dogs with special needs are either rehomed or relocated to spaces which are safer for them and sick dogs are given medical treatment. Collectively, they have got 75 dogs neutered on their own and under our aid, 92 dogs now and still counting!
Uncle Wong works as a mechanic while JoTong works as an admin executive in the human resource department at her workplace. JoTong and Uncle Wong use their own money to sustain their CNRM work; they don’t get any donations at all. Even though we help them with our neutering and medical aid, they still need to foot out a lot of their own money to care for the dogs. For example, at least RM340 is needed to get a street dog neutered (RM200 for the neutering charges which we reimburse in full, but there is also at least RM140 boarding charges for a minimum stay of a week at the clinic for full recuperation before release). Then, there’s deticking with Nexgard which also isn’t cheap. And sometimes the caught dogs may have minor issues that require some medication like antibiotics as well. These extras come out from their own pockets.
JoTong and Uncle Wong take turns to feed the dogs daily. They cook rice, sometimes Uncle Wong adds chicken parts he manages to salvage (it’s now getting more difficult to get such leftovers) and this food is supplemented with economically-priced kibble. It is a daunting and very challenging task to feed more than 150 dogs every single day, rain or shine. Our food aid currently can cover about 75% of the food supply needed per month. We are glad we are able to help a bit.
We offer our food aid to this large colony of street dogs under JoTong and Uncle Wong’s care because of their exemplary CNRM work where the dogs are neutered, given veterinary care, rehomed where possible and the return-to-colony ones are managed for life with love. We hope the dogs will enjoy the premium kibble and canned food!
Here are some photos taken by JoTong on their rounds. Selfies are difficult to take, I know!