A stabilised CNRM colony in Ipoh (Dr Sathiah Devi a/p Subramaniam’s)

When Dr Sathiah first wrote to us on 19th March 2019 about her CNRM work in Ipoh, we agreed to help her with the remaining 8 dogs to be neutered. She had, on her own, neutered some of the dogs by then. She also gets them vaccinated using her own funds and the injured ones are all given medical treatment.  She feeds them daily after work.

As it turned out, a few new dogs came into the colony, so as it stands now, we have helped her with the neutering of 12 dogs. One of the dogs got adopted into a loving home too! The rest are still in the colony and Dr Sathiah continues to look after them.

Below are photos of the dogs, all neutered.

Dr Sathiah has identified another area in Tanjung Rambutan where dogs were recently abandoned. We will also do our best to help her with this new area, which is located only 10 minutes from her old colony, so it is convenient for her to take care of the dogs in both locations. Dr Sathiah’s priority is to get all the females spayed first as it has been difficult for her to catch the males. But she will definitely try to get the males as well.

Dear Dr,  
Yes this is from a new area which I recently been feeding.  From the previous place I have spayed all the female dogs.  This place is located in tanjung rambutan.Number of dog been found there when I rescued a dog with a container stuck on the head. I assume they got abandon by the palm oil plantation owners. There were puppies also,  but unfortunately mostly died of parvo.  I started to feed them and spayed some. I can send you the pictures of the dogs and the places tomorrow evening when I go there to feed.  It will be helpful  if I get the fund to spay these dogs.


Sathiah  Devi subramaniam.

We have received photos of the new place as well.

This is the place Dr.  This place is located near to my original feeding area,  but surrounded by palm oil plantation. When I asked around I got to know these dogs been abandon by the owners and nobody feeding them. It’s an abandon place. Some I have spayed. Left with 5 females. 2  are still puppies. The rest are male dogs.

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Kuala Terengganu (Razlin Farhana bt Mohd Razlan’s)

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM50 for the neutering of this cat.

Ms Razlin is a new applicant from Kuala Terengganu.

Hi Dr Chan,

I am Razlin Farhana and interested to apply for neutering aid for a male cat named as Black.

Here is the details of Black :

This loving cat whom I called as Black is originally a stray in my residential area. I have been feeding him since few months ago and in the last week he then got neutered. He is dark in colour but his future tone is shining bright. Black will remain as my cat family and I will take care of him forever.

Also attached are collages of photos of before and after his neutering.

Hope that my application will be accepted and thank you for considering it.




Double Charity Donation to rescued cats and dogs

Recipients: Rescued cats and dogs
Donor: Legolas

The petfood:

Monge kibble 10 kg pack
Kitten kibble -1 pack
Adult kibble – 1 packPrimal Freeze Dried 14oz
Chicken & Salmon (cats) – 2 packs
Turkey & Sardine (dog) – 1 packKit Cat soya cat Litter – charcoal flavor – 15 packs

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

About the Double Charity Donation: https://myanimalcare.org/food-aid/

Double Charity:
(1) donate petfood to shelter & street animals of your choice,
(2) proceeds go to neutering & vaccinating street animals.

Share our vision of giving quality petfood to shelter and street animals! They certainly deserve it.

Vaccination aid for 4 cats in Cheras (Lum Kah Wai’s)

We have provided an aid of RM100 for the vaccination of these 4 cats.

Mr Lum is a new applicant.

Good day to you Dr. Chan.

My name is Lum Kah Wai. I work as an Admin/Store Coordinator in a small trading company in Cheras.
This is my first application and I hope I got all the requirements fulfilled correctly.
Attached picture is four out of twelve kittens my wife and I have rescued and sent for their first vaccine.
I will post the forms and receipts using Pos Express to you soon.

This is our rescue story.
The first litter (mummy cat and her four newborn kittens. Rambo is one of them) was rescued on October 2018 at a car wash center nearby my office that has not been operating for months.
I have built a small cage using pvc pipes with steel netting for them.
The second litter (mummy cat and her six kittens. Sushi, Kopi and Susu) was rescued on March 2019 left abandoned in a box at the back alley of my store.
Since these rescued kitties are getting more and bigger, I have built another bigger cage for them. When they are matured, I separate the males and the females to avoid them from breeding while saving up for their vaccine and neuter/spay fees.

Until I have heard from a friend about Dr. Chan’s Animal Care Society to help the less fortunate street animals and offering some aids to street animals caregivers or those who are just starting out.

We are taking care of them ever since until now. We cooked for them every week too. They are all healthy and are in the good shape. We have posted their pictures on Facebook for free adoption. To date, 6 of the kittens have been adopted. Only left with me now are these 4 kittens and 2 mother cat. I have planned to get all of them vaccinated and then neutered/spayed. After that, they will be open for free adoption as soon as they are nursed back to good health.

I humbly request for the vaccination aid and if there is anything else I can provide or any questions I can answer for you, please do not hesitate to call or e-mail me. I will respond promptly. Attached pictures of the kittens and the cages that I have built. I hope that Dr. Chan will consider my application. Thank you.


Lum Kah Wai

Neutering aid for 1 dog in Bukit Serdang (Wong Mee Foong’s)

We have provided an aid of RM120 for the neutering of this dog.

Ms Wong has provided photos of the previously neutered dogs (please see below).

Previous dogs:

Double Charity Donation to Imm’s Shelter, Ipoh

Recipients: The dogs and cats at Imm’s Shelter, Ipoh
Donors (1st batch): Imm’s donors
Donors (2nd batch): Kok Khee Wee, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Wan Tai Seng, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, In Memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon (from his family), Mr Zurik & friends. 

The petfood:

1st batch:
Cindy’s Favourites 400gm cat canned food
Tuna Chicken – 2 boxes 
Mackerel Chicken – 2 boxes 
Cindy’s Original 80gm Tuna Chicken – 1 box
Vital Plus dog kibble Salmon 18kg – 1 pack

2nd batch:
Solid Gold Indigo Gold Chicken 6lbs (for cats) – 1 pack
Alps dog kibble 13kg
Salmon – 1 pack
Turkey – 1 pack

Please scroll below for photos of some of the furry friends from Imm’s Shelter.

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery to Ipoh.

1st batch

2nd batch

About the Double Charity Donation: https://myanimalcare.org/food-aid/

Double Charity:
(1) donate petfood to shelter & street animals of your choice,
(2) proceeds go to neutering & vaccinating street animals.

Share our vision of giving quality petfood to shelter and street animals! They certainly deserve it.

This pet shelter in Brazil only hires homeless people who love animals

An amazing endeavour in Brazil: https://www.thedodo.com/close-to-home/glenn-greenwald-shelter-brazil

Neutering aid for 1 dog in Jalan Ipoh, KL (Tan Chia Yan’s)

We have provided an aid of RM120 for the neutering of this dog.

Please scroll down for photos of Ms Tan’s previously claimed dogs.

Hi I’m Tan Chia Yan, I would like to apply the spaying claim fund.

Here is the story of the dog that I rescued.

I found BAI at Jalan Ipoh factory area,i saw many male dogs chasing behind her and I ask the people around that area is BAI has belongs to which fatory,but the man says that not belongs to who and they also say that BAI had many child before,but all dies already. So I decided to bring her for spaying as avoid her to get pregnant and her child dies.

Besides,im the one who feed and take care of her now,because I had brought her back to my factory and  I did not release her back to the place that I rescued her. So right now she is safe with me.

The 4 dogs are currently take care by me in my factory.

Photos of the previous dogs:

Zurik’s check-up today (PCV up!)

Today was Zurik’s check-up.

There is good news and not-so-good news.

The good news is that Zurik’s blood PCV has gone up to 30% from the previous 23% last week! And, there is no more jaundice too though Zurik’s gums still appear to be a little pale. This means that decrease in the PCV, and jaundice and fever two weeks ago was most likely due to a flea parasite infection which the Doxycycline has taken care of. Very likely, it wasn’t due to the FIP. The vet has added on the Doxy to complete the course for a total of 21 days.

From the ultrasound, the fluids in the left and right lung cavities have not increased. However, the not-so-good news is that the fluids in the abdominal cavity has increased. This is rather typical of FIP whereby abdominal fluids increase quite rapidly. But, the fluids was still interspersed between the layers of fat, so it was spread out and was also very “fluid” (ie. it moves around). It was quite difficult to pinpoint the location of the fluids. The vet attempted abdominocentesis (drawing out the fluids) and only managed to obtain 10ml of fluids. The fluids was thick and sticky (indicative of high protein).

The vet also said there is further loss of muscle mass on Zurik, observed along his back bone. Again, the protein loss is caused by the leakage of fluids.

Zurik weighed 5.1kg on the clinic scale today. The increase in weight is most likely due to the fluids in the abdomen.

All in all, we are managing the disease and Zurik is, comparatively, doing “better” than many FIP patients.

The aspiration of the 10ml of fluids, unfortunately, did not reduce the size of the bulge in his tummy.  But it does not appear to be uncomfortable for him and most importantly, it does not interfere with his breathing. In certain cases, if there were more abdominal fluids, it can push the diaphragm up, press against the lungs and cause breathing difficulties.

Zurik was very brave and calm, as always.  The vet says he is such a good boy.

Our brave and courageous boy!

One day at a time. Every good day is precious!