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Neutering aid for 3 dogs in Port Dickson (Edwin Sam Keat Song’s) & Updates

We have provided a full sponsorship of RM390 for the neutering of these 3 dogs (1 female and 2 males).

Updates on previous claims are below.

I would like to make claims for 3 puppies recently fostered.
Bravo, Echo, Charlie. They were found near Port Dickson region by a friend. We took them in as they were having alot of wounds and required rehabilitation. Now they are well recovered and completed their vaccination. We are putting them up for adoption after spaying.
Previous claims:
Wolf – already adopted.
Charlie, Polar Bear, Peanut, Spring, Summer, Lavender – Still being under our foster care, have not found any adopters yet as we have younger puppies that have been adopted instead.

Bella and Felix build a new nest

It looks like Bella and Felix are wasting no time. They have found a new and higher location in one of our palm trees and this morning, we saw them both diligently bringing twigs to build a new nest!

Looks like they are moving on and this is good. Based on our observation last time, it will only take about 3 days to finish building a nest.

As we stood watching in our porch, Bella would bring a twig to the nest, spend sometime there and then, she would fly from the nest, past above our heads and head off to bring the next twig from a big tree nearby. Felix would also do the same, but he would circle past our porch. It is as though they are acknowledging our presence and this is very heartwarming. If we don’t stand in the porch, they would fly high up to and fro, but when we are there, they fly through our porch. Thank you for bonding with us, Bella and Felix! We wish you the very best in your new home.

Birdy was with them too but she wasn’t bringing any twigs. She was just there to lend support. We saw all three of them flying together in a formation. Birdy is still smaller in size compared to her parents.

Here are some photos.

This is Bella.

Bella flying back to the new nest with a twig.

They have chosen a spot in the palm tree and it’s very high up, so we truly hope it will be a much safer place. Too high for any cat to climb up. The only worry is the rain and thunderstorms, but it does look rather well sheltered and protected as we cannot see it from the ground. Hopefully, there is sufficient foliage to protect the nest.

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Sitiawan (Michelle Tan Sue Ee’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM200 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Updates of the previous cats are below.

Milk Tea and Niu Niu are both female strays near my house which I fed them at the first time when I met them.

In order to continuously gain their trust, I fed them for the next few days also. So that I managed to catch them and brought them to the vet.

I wanted to spay them to prevent them from further breeding because I cannot supply the increased demand for food as I am rearing many cats and dogs at the moment.

I will cage them for some time after the operation while awaiting for them to recover. After this, I will let them roam free.

Rest assured, I will continue to provide all my cats the basic necessities such as food, water, and vitamins.

I would like to request your financial aid in spaying the cats.

Many thanks.

Previous claims (for Titi, Wiwi, Miao and Fafa):

I will update the photos of the cats I have neutered before.
The pictures will include Titi, Wiwi, Miao, Fafa, and Miao Miao (Miao Miao’s spaying was not claimed from us because the application was incomplete)
I take care of the cats. 
Some cats live in the house, some live outside, and the cats live in their favorite places. Some cats like to live in front of the house, so I will put food and water there, and some Cats like to live behind the house, I will put food and water there, the cats are very healthy and active.
I greatly appreciate and am very thankful for your generous aid in helping the cats mentioned. 

Tragedy at Bella’s nest

I’m so sorry but this is very sad news.

Bella’s potted plant (where her nest is) fell down onto the floor early this morning. We did hear a loud thud at about 6am plus this morning but we didn’t come down to investigate.

By the time we came out to the porch, my husband saw Bella’s potted plant down on the floor. We checked the nest and both eggs were missing.

Bella was nearby, though, she was flying around and perched on the nearby trees and cable. I wasn’t 100% sure if it was Bella as we have many birds around here.

It was so heartbreaking.

Who could have been strong enough to pull down the potted plant and cause the heavy pot to fall laterally onto the floor? We have already barricaded our gate with netting and set up an obstruction on the pillar. The usual visiting cats, Gingertom and Bushy White, have not come for a long time now.

It was really so sad. We’re so sorry, Bella. We’re so sorry we failed to protect your nest.

The strange thing is that as we cleaned up the spilled soil and put the potted plant back upright, there were absolutely no traces of the eggs or any broken shells. The nest was quite intact and was still nestled in the plant. And there were also no feathers at all, which gave us a little bit of consolation that hopefully Bella was not harmed and it was probably Bella that I saw on the tree and cable just now.

It took us sometime to get the playback on the CCTV and we saw it all.

It was a long-tailed bicoloured cat (or Calico, it was dark and not very clear). I have seen a bicoloured cat around the playground but have never seen her come into our porch. From the playback on the CCTV, this cat was actually sleeping on our doormat. Then, something attracted her to Bella’s nest and she started to investigate.

Cats are naturally curious, we understand this. It is their natural behaviour.

The cat took his time, stood up, pawed at the potted plant many times, then she started pulling on the leaves. We saw Bella fly off. Then, the cat pulled on the leaves until the whole plant fell down onto the floor. As heartbreaking as it was for us to watch, we still had to find out what had happened. But we did not see the cat eat anything or take anything out of the nest. She just circled around a few times and then went off.

After the cat went off, Bella came back and kept fluttering around the fallen plant. She kept circling around it many, many times. This was extremely sad. I cannot begin to describe how heartbreaking it is to watch it, and I’m still so traumatised by it all.

But at least we know that Bella is safe.

We’ve put the potted plant back and tried our best to “restore” the nest. Bella did come back just now to sit in the nest.

But the eggs are both gone now.

I know this is Nature. It’s one of those losses in life that we have to learn to accept and deal with. But it is so, so sad.

I took these photos yesterday and was planning to post it today in a happy update.

Here’s Bella on my car, taking a break from her incubation duty.

Here’s Bella in her best.

And Tabs watching from inside the house.

Our only consolation is that Bella is safe. We are very sure of this as Bella came back to the nest just now. As much as we wish we could provide a safe place for Bella, I don’t think we can keep the neighbourhood cats away. Cats will just find a way into any house and it can happen late at night or early at dawn as it did in this case. I hope Bella will find a new and safer place to build her nest.

We are so sorry, Bella. I’m truly so heartbroken.

An update: I just saw a Calico cat sleeping under my car. From the size and the tail, it must have been this cat. She is thin and was able to easily slide in through the side of our gate. Sigh…  I’ve never seen this Calico around before.

Twelve years old!

On 31st May 2021, we turned twelve years old!

We wish to take this opportunity to thank all the kind and generous supporters who have stayed with us through thick and thin. Although times are really hard for everyone now, this too shall pass one day.  Meanwhile, let’s draw upon all our strengths and carry on helping the animals!

Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: IMO of Bin Chew from Joy, Carlie & Friends, IMO of Shaggy from Chow Yi Lin, Courage, Junior, Bravo & Leo, IMO Cong from Nurul Fithrah Saad, Kok Khee Wee, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Tan Tay Thye, Minnie & sons, Ngiow Siet Sun, Tan Lai Fun, Wong Chin Kuan, Khoo Ming-Yi, Chia Lee Hua, Nur Afizah Nor Azma, Than Foong, Lee Chee Hing, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood and supplies:

Cindy’s Original canned food 80g
– Tuna Salmon – 10 boxes
– Tuna Chicken – 6 boxes
Cindy Naturelle Grainfree kibble 13kg chicken – 4 bags
Alps small bite kibble salmon 13kg – 5 bags
Dog canned food Alps (chunks) – 5 boxes
Vitalplus dog kibble Lamb 18kg – 8 bags
Cat litter Angel Kleen – 30 bags

We thank Avant Pet & Ecopet for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Received pet food in two batches (Ecopet and Avant Pet). My appreciation to all for your wholehearted donation goes beyond what words can describe, thank you! I feel humbled by your altruism and generosity.🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is home to 250 dogs and 80 cats. It is run by Mun Mun and Phoebe. They are also looking after 2 groups of stray dogs outside the sanctuary (23 dogs).

Tabs’ MCO past-time

I haven’t posted much about Tabs lately as her favourite MCO past-time is to sleep…

Or, sit with her legs crossed.

Tabs: There isn’t much to do because we are under MCO and now, the lockdown.

Are you bored or sleepy, Tabs?

Tabs: Both! 

Cow’s suspension ends with strict SOPs

It has been eight days since the Cow-Ginger fight where Cow sustained two injuries (thankfully no vet trip was needed) while Ginger got off scot-free.

We immediately suspended all Cow-trips out to the patio.  Only Bunny was allowed out to the Blue House.

This morning, Cow’s suspension was lifted and he was allowed out to the patio again, but under very strict SOPs – social AND physical distancing…from Ginger.

Ginger was on his chair.

As though he understood, Cow was far away on Vincent’s table. Yes, that’s ample social and physical distancing as long as both stay put. To play it safe, I was monitoring them as well.

An hour passed without any incident, and Cow was then taken back to Bunny’s Place.

It was an uneventful trip out and this was GOOD.

Visits from another adult bird

Since Birdy’s time, we’ve noticed another adult bird visiting the nest. It is likely that this other adult bird is the father-bird because he has an extra tuft of hair on his head and he seems more aggressive too.

With this new development of two new eggs, this father-bird has been coming to the nest again. Sometimes, there is a lot of noise from him as he zooms past.

The other day, we saw all three birds perching nearby – Birdy, Bella and the father-bird? It’s possible. We have to give him a name. How about Felix?

Birdy is growing up very fast now, so it’s rather difficult to tell who is who.

Meanwhile, Bella is diligently incubating her two new eggs. She is almost always sitting in the nest.