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The MBSJ forum is ONLY by invitation

Ref: https://myanimalcare.org/2023/06/04/will-there-be-good-news-from-mbsj-too-1/

It is very baffling why the soft copy of the invitation is being circulated via whatsapp and there are even people who are asking animal lovers to go for the forum on that day.

The forum is ONLY by invitation, so kindly do not throng the place on that day.

This is precisely why we did not publish the venue in our post. We merely informed everyone that three forums will be held for the purpose of discussing the possibility of carrying out neuter-and-return in Selangor.

If you are not invited, all you can do is to hope for the best.

And for those who are forwarding the invitation, please know that you may be giving the wrong impression to our ever-enthusiastic (especially in making assumptions) community and your action may have unwanted consequences.

Please be responsible. We want the best of the street animals. One way is to practise and respect propriety.

Will there be good news from MBSJ too?

Ref: https://myanimalcare.org/2023/03/15/calling-on-all-dog-lovers-in-selangor/

Remember the form that we circulated on 15th March 2023, which we urged everyone to fill up?

Well, it has resulted in three forums which will be held on this coming 12th of June in Subang Jaya and it includes various councils!

The attendance is by invitation.

Let’s hope we hear good news at the end of the three forums!!!

If you believe in praying, now’s the time to pray!

If you believe in wishing, now’s the time to wish!

If you believe in hoping, now’s the time to hope!

Let’s get together and get those positive and optimistic vibes going!!

We never thought we’d see this change in our lifetime but here we are…!!

The Blondies’ vaccination today

I took the Blondies for their next vaccinations today.

For Kai and Akira, this was their third, hence that completes their baby vaccinations.

For Indra, it was her second. Hers was delayed for a month because she had the flu earlier on.

All have increased in weight with Indra (yes, the youngest!) leading at 2.3kg, followed by Kai (the eldest) at 2.1kg and Akira at 2.0kg.

I thought Kai would be the lightest as she eats the least, but no.

They were also dewormed and given a clean bill of health. All “very pink”!

The Blondies are almost 4 months old now.

When they turn 5 months, it would be time for them to be spayed. The vet said some cats come into heat at 4.5 months, so I have to watch out for the signs.

Indra, Akira and Cow Mau.

Kai, the solitary kitten. She prefers to be on her own.

More news on the MBPJ Petaling Jaya TNRM programme

Ref 1: https://myanimalcare.org/2023/06/02/calling-for-a-network-of-feeders-for-mbpj-tnrm/

Ref 2: https://myanimalcare.org/2023/06/03/mbpjs-tnrm-pj-programme-cats-are-included-too/

Here’s some news we got from an attendee of today’s meeting:

  1. This is a joint project between MyPJ and MBPJ.
  2. It is for dogs and cats. So yes, cats are included. Thank you very much, PAWS, for asking for cats too.
  3. It is not 100% no killing, but no unnecessary killing. We appreciate the honesty here so that we are aware of what is being offered.
  4. PAWS might be the TNRM centre for this project.

As we have repeatedly written and shared, it took The Netherlands 200 years to achieve “stray dog free” status WITH full governmental support and with the citizens’ support. But cats are still free roaming in their country, neutered and vaccinated by the government and the people under their CNVR (Catch-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return) programme.

It might take us 200, 300, 400 or more years (or less?), but we have to start it somewhere.

Let us start it now!

It is not possible to achieve “stray free” in a country as open as ours. That is why there will always be a need for neutering. Let it be a way of life for animal lovers – see a street animal, make friends, get them neutered, and care for them after that. That’s living harmoniously with them, with respect and love. That is our concept of One-Street CNRM, keeping it small and manageable.

More media exposure (and more burger sales!) for Survivor Shelter’s Ms Ong!!

A few days ago, it was Says: https://says.com/my/makan/burger-stall-bandar-sunway-so-she-can-look-after-47-stray-dogs

Now, it’s Wau Post: https://waupost.com/kindhearted-msian-operates-a-burger-stall-in-sunway-so-she-can-fund-her-animal-shelter-in-semenyih/?fbclid=IwAR1SDQ8twFz81jxEEjnnSZ-K-mMjvAZc48-lEfYjHDvTnUab-WdZ6CpzFH4

The day the SAYS article came out, Ms Ong sold 55 burgers!

Last night, she sold 64 burgers with 20 more people waiting in the queue, but she had run out of buns to make more!

Today, Ms Ong is going to prepare 100 burgers!!!

Keep ’em coming, folks!!

Photo credit: iwoofplants (instagram)

MBPJ’s TNRM PJ programme (cats are included too!)

Reference: https://myanimalcare.org/2023/06/02/calling-for-a-network-of-feeders-for-mbpj-tnrm/

The best news ever, folks!!

Cats are included too!!!

TNRM PJ will be launching in August 2023!!

More news to follow, if we get any.

Meanwhile, please support this effort. It is truly unprecedented!

Penang does not have the resources or facilities to include cats so far, so if Petaling Jaya does, this is truly, truly groundbreaking!

Will other councils follow? Please?

PJ dogs, cats and caregivers – REJOICE!!


At Ginger’s Catio

It’s not easy to take portraits of the Monsters as they are always on the move. Always active.

That is why I always only manage to take their photos while they eat!

It took me many shots, but here are some portraits.






Our Monsters!!

And of course, Uncle Ginger!

What are the Blondies up to these days?

Climbing, climbing, climbing!! The platforms are about the best investments we’ve made for them! Indy loves them too and is constantly on the highest (the lookout).

Gerald still comes every morning and calls for the Blondies. So, this morning, they all went on the frame and Gerald was sticking his paw in through the holes, also sticking his tail in.

So all three of the Blondies were balancing on the frame (that’s what kittens do) until Kai lost her balance and dangled on the frame, with her front paws holding onto the metal bar. Before I could catch her, she fell down from the metal bar, landed on all fours and was none the worse.

I don’t think they can squeeze through the hole, especially after we have blocked them, but we don’t want to take the risk.

Waiting for around July where they are bigger in size, then we will put back the platforms.

Litter-box usage is great! And I saw them using the sandpit too.

I’m still using Cat’s Best (previously known as Oko Plus) since they accept this pine litter. I will most likely stick to this brand and convert Tabs and Riley to it too.

Food aid for Survivor Shelter

Donors: In memory of Seah Kong Geow (from TnG), an anonymous donor, donors from TnG, Alvin Ng Shen Ming (from TnG), Ahmad Amir Kamil, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Bunny’s Place & Ginger’s Catio, Davina Goh & Friends, Jasmine Ee, Kerry Khoo Seng Kim, Khoo Ming-Yi, Kok Khee Wee, Kwan Pei Kuan, Mong Looi, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, SharonLin Ooi, Tan Lai Fun, Tan Tay Thye, Than Foong, Wan Tai Seng, Wong Chin Kuan, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Vitalplus dog kibble 18kg (lamb) – 10 bags (as per requested)

The 10 bags were just delivered a moment ago. That’s Ah Win, the trusty worker at the shelter.

Ms Ong requested for only 10 bags of dog kibble this month. For everyone’s information, she is no longer working two jobs now as her day job did not work out. So she is just selling burgers at Rock Cafe in PJS11/20. She will be there every evening until past midnight unless she takes the day off to attend to her dogs.

Survivor Shelter is currently home to 46 dogs. There is one rescued kitten, Fate, and she lives with Ms Ong in her apartment.

The shelter was put under our Sponsored Shelters since February this year. Four of their animals were given our Medical Aid: Cash, Milky, WinWin and Fate. Cash and Milky succumbed to their illnesses, but not before they were given treatment at the clinics of Ms Ong’s choice. WinWin is still undergoing regular treatment for IMHA and she also has tick fever. Fate has already been given a clean bill of health by the vet and has been vaccinated.

The month of May was a very difficult month for Ms Ong when Cash and Milky were hospitalised in critical condition, WinWin still needed regular check-ups and Fate had just been rescued with mange and flu. We fully sponsored the medical treatment of Cash and Milky and partially for WinWin and Fate because Ms Ong’s decided to pay for the bills of WinWin and Fate herself towards the end of the month.

As for food, we gave a first consignment of cat food for Fate in May. Ms Ong says she will take care of Fate’s food supply from now on. Fate also has a clean bill of health now and is a very happy kitten, growing up very well.

For this month, Ms Ong says she only needs 10 bags of dog food for her shelter dogs, so that is what we have given the dogs.

For Survivor Shelter, we gave an MCO-relief food aid in May 2020 and since July 2022, we have been giving food aid regularly every month.

This article was published about Ms Ong and her shelter yesterday: https://says.com/my/makan/burger-stall-bandar-sunway-so-she-can-look-after-47-stray-dogs (She had a sellout last night, a total of 55 burgers!)

Ms Ong also informed us a few days ago that she will be able to take care of the food for her shelter from July onwards so our food aid is no longer required. Fate is also well and healthy now, only requiring to complete her vaccinations. WinWin still needs to be treated for her IMHA but Ms Ong assured us she can take care of the bills from now on.

We fully appreciate Ms Ong’s efforts in taking responsibility of her shelter and the animals. We have assured her that should she need help, we will do our best to help her again.

We wish Ms Ong and all her animals the very best of health and may they have the best chances in life. And of course, good business at her burger stall too!

Here are some photos of her 46 dogs and Fate, the kitten.