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Bunny’s glorious poo

Two days ago, I saw Bunny straining to defecate.

Bunny has had some constipation problems in the past too.

Luckily I was home and was able to monitor the problem. He got into the defecating position about 4-5 times, tried, but nothing came out.

It was still very early in the morning. I had some Lactulose so I gave him a 2ml dose. About an hour later, he got into position again and I held my breath.

A piece of faeces came out.

Poo, glorious poo!

Phew…what a relief!  Being on raw food, there is very little faeces, so one piece is good enough for now.

I continued with the Lactulose again in the evening.

Yesterday morning, he was able to defecate and this time it was a larger piece. He did not have to strain or wait too.

I’ll still be monitoring his condition for the next few days. I’ve stopped the Lactulose after yesterday morning as I hope he doesn’t need to depend on it.

I don’t see him straining today. I suppose if he is able to take comfortable naps, it means he feels well. His appetite is good too.

Taking his long morning nap.

To be able to eat, pee and poo is a great blessing.

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays!

Wishing all friends a very Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Cow Mau’s possible allergic sneezing

Cow Mau started sneezing on Sunday. By Monday, I started him on Lysine, Vetri DMG and Bromhexine (a mucolytic) and I had also made an appointment for him at the vet’s for today. I was worried it might be cat flu and Cow being FIV+, I didn’t want to take any chances.

However, today, his sneezing suddenly stopped. All morning, I monitored him and there was absolutely no sneezing at all.

In any case, we still took him for a check-up.

The vet checked him. Cow has no fever, his eyes are not red and although cat flu could not be totally ruled out, it looked more like an allergic sneezing. The vet suspects maybe Cow sniffed at something which caused the allergic reaction for two days. The cold weather also could be a factor. Cow and Bunny have been going out to the patio for daily trips, so maybe he sniffed something there. However, an ear prick blood test did not reveal an increase in eosinophils (the white blood cells that combat allergies). Cow’s lungs are also all clear, which is good.

Everything seemed quite okay, actually. Cow’s nostrils were just slightly wet. The vet prescribed Cetirizine (an anti-histamine), Bromhexine (the mucolytic) and a nose drop. I’m not continue with the Vetri DMG and Lysine.

Cow was so good at the clinic that he allowed the vet to apply the nose drop and even remained calm, head tilted, to allow the nose drop time to go down his nasal airways.

Back home, as expected, we needed two humans to administer the nose drop. But I can do the tablets alone.

Cow only wants a lot of attention, so I had to stay with him in the room for long periods.

Goodnight, Cow Mau and Pole.

Neutering aid for 1 cat in Shah Alam (Chung Yaw Hwa’s) & Updates

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

Updates on previous claims are below.

As a follow-up after the vaccination, this cat was neutered on Thursday (10 December). Now being put in a cage for 2 weeks, after that will send for second vaccine before release back. Will continue to feed this cat and other cats that still around. I guess I will name this cat as Oreo.

Thanks
Chung Yaw Hwa

Updates on previous claims (Pinky (Aug 2013), Didi (Dec 2013) and Ding-Ding and Dong-Dong (May 2015).)

I only have Pinky as a stray cat.  Pinky still staying outside my house and have been feeding her everyday with only wet food, Pinky have some issue with toothache and sore gums until unable to eat hard food. Pinky have been admitted to Vet for few times over the few years for scaling and extraction teeth until the latest  date is july 2020 whereby all teeth have to be remove inorder for her to get well.

Now she is living happily (i guess) just eating wet food/blended flood), whenever I go outstation for more than 2 days, i will bring Pinky for boarding so Pinky can have soft food. Attached is her latest photos taken this morning. 
Didi have been missing for many year since 2017,(not sure where have this cat been) For Ding ding and Dong Dong after neuter them still very playful and naughty, go inside some neighbour  house and break some item from the kitchen, some neighbour are not happen with this two cat and request to remove them from the area, I did try to get people to adopt it but no response and i also take into my house but they like to run away and also does not mix well with my two indoor cat, at the end in 2017 also i got no choice but to send them this two cat to Paws hoping some cat lover will adopt Ding Dong. 

Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: In memory of Mr Chan Kam Loon, In memory of Heidi from Tabs & Ginger, In memory of Maori from Joy Saga, Kok Khee Wee, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Wan Tai Seng, Kwan Pei Kuan, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, donors from Boost, anonymous donors.

The petfood and supplies:

Alps small bite kibble – Salmon 13kg – 9 bags
Dog canned food Alps Classic Pate (400g) Lamb – 5 boxes.
Cindy Naturelle Grainfree Salmon 13kg – 9 bags
Cat canned food Cindy Original Tuna with Salmon (80g) – 12 boxes  

Cindy’s Cat litter clumping clay 10L – 35 bags

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Dear Dr Chan Kah Yein, myanimalcare and donors. Thank you for your great generosity! We, at MunMun Furry Sanctuary greatly appreciate your donation, and your sacrifice. Your support helps to further our mission to help the voiceless.

Mun Mun is currently looking after 242 dogs and 80 cats in his sanctuary. He recently rescued 11 puppies.

The 11 new puppies
These are the three special needs dogs Mun Mun took in a few months back. They are doing very well now.

Ginger and Bunny

We’ve been helping Ginger adjust to the quiet environment without the Greystokes. We let him sleep on our bed along with Tabs too, but he comes and goes throughout the night.

Since Bunny and Cow get to come out to the patio for their walks again now, I figured Ginger should also have the privilege of coming to Bunny’s Place.

But Bunny isn’t exactly friendly to Ginger, so all visits have to be closely monitored.

Ginger also has a habit of spraying urine all over so this poses a challenge as well. He doesn’t do squirts but pools.

Tabs is visibly more relaxed now that the atmosphere is more peaceful. She can eat in peace in the kitchen and no longer has to look for places to hide.

The Greystokes are adjusting well to their new environment, in fact, faster than I anticipated. I receive daily updates, photos and videos but will do the courtesy of respecting the privacy of the kind adopter.

I miss them so, so much. Letting go is so difficult, but sometimes it has to be done for the greater good.

The five Greystokes

This is one of the hardest decisions we have ever made, but my husband and I have tried our best and given this a lot of thought for more than 2 months now. It is simply too huge a responsibility for us to raise another 5 kittens and see them through their lifetime. We felt that we won’t be able to give them the best in so many aspects – time, energy, space, etc. We also have to be fair to our geriatric cats who require attention. So, a kind friend has adopted the Greystokes (all 4 kittens and Smurfy, so that all 5 brothers are together).

A few years ago, I had already made a promise that we will not adopt anymore as I am constantly down in poor health and during such time, can barely manage. Minnie came on her own and the plan was just to get her treated for her hepatitis, spay her and let her remain as a community cat. But she brought along Smurfy and little did I know that she was also in early pregnancy.

The Greystokes are adjusting to their new environment (it is comforting that they started eating within hours and are gaining confidence to explore their new home) and we too are adjusting to life without them. Of course we miss them terribly, but this is for the long term. We have done our best to give them a good start in life and now they begin their new lives with new adventures.

We are very, very thankful to the adopter for being able to take them together.

Tabs and Ginger tupai watching.

Tabs isn’t much affected by their absence, but Ginger was, so we are helping him adjust too.

To all friends, please know this is one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever had to make, so your kindness and understanding are most appreciated.

Vaccination aid for 2 cats in Tanjong Karang (Nor Dalilah bt Ab Rahman’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM50 for the vaccinations of these 2 cats.

Updates on previous claims are below.

I wish to apply the vaccination aid for two cats, Poppi and Kecik. 
Poppi is a tabby cat, on September 2018, i found him in my yard, and i took him after ensuring this cat has no owner. He already neutered on January last year. Poppi now has become a fully indoor cat, and i planned to take care of him. He had mucus and flu for so long, i only able to vaccine him last week, because finally his flu is getting better after several times visiting vet. 
I also found Kecik in front of my house on September this year. She was in between some chopped woods my husband dumped on our yard. She was so little around 250 g at that time, so i had to take her in because being alone outside will be very dangerous to her. I didnt see any cat mother came by my house searching for her kitten, so i just make her fully indoor and planned to take care of her in her whole life. 
I attached together the photos of 3 cats that I had applied for myanimalcare subsidy before, they are Popo, Momi and Bobo. 
Another 3 cat had passed away, Topi was hit by a car and found dead by one of my neighbours. Caca passed away, suspected of diaghramatic hernia. She was warded with high fever and severe mucus but could not be saved. Another one is Cicak. He had severe ulcer, and some nerves problem, and even after several treatment, he still didnt get better. 😭 
I humbly hoping this application can be approved because during mco, my economy stability is a bit interrupted. 
Sincerely, 
Nor Dalilah Ab Rahman.

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Klang (Kogilaa a/p Ponniah’s) and Updates

We have provided an aid of RM300 for the neutering of these 2 dogs.

Updates on all previous claims are below.

The first one is brownie, I rescued her from taman klang jaya, I been feeding her since March and recently i manage to catch her and sent for spaying, after release i will be continuously feeding and monitoring her.  Ear is cropped.

The second one, I named her as Daisie.
I been feeding her since MCO started from March.. She still staying at the construction area with the mother.  Once release, i will be feeding her and monitor on her health as usual.  Ear cropped.
This neutering aid will help me to neuter few more dogs in that area , Im trying my best to help them.  i been watching dogs keep giving birth and puppies been dying or hit by ppl.  According to my calculations, In the colony i been feeding and monitoring theres about 5-6 dogs to spay excluding this two females.
Previous claims:
Most of them I manage to rehome and since I shift to kiang, I’m still visiting my puchong furkids whenever I could go and regularly following up with the adopters.  The last two dogs which I claimed on august still under my care and also monitoring and feeding the entire area dogs since MCO started.
I’m just trying to do my best for them.  I have also spayed another two dogs from that area and rehomed four puppies.  Now I’m looking for some help just to spay the few more dogs in the same area.
My intention always to find a home for them but if I couldn’t do I at least try to spay and feed them.