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Petfood Donation to Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary

Donors: IMO of BenBen & Sandy from Chow Yi Lin, Kok Khee Wee, Jasmine Ee, Sharon Ooi, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Tan Tay Thye, Lee Kah Sun, Khoo Ming-Yi, Wong Chin Kuan, donors from Boost, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood and supplies:

Cindy’s Original canned food 80g – Tuna Salmon – 10 boxes.
Dog canned food Alps classic pate (400g) Lamb – 5 boxes.
Vitalplus dog kibble 18kgs – 8 bags.
Cat litter Angel Kleen – 15 bags
Cindy Naturelle Grainfree kibble 13kg chicken – 4 bags.
Cindy Naturelle Baby Cat and Mother 13kg – 2 bags.

We thank Avant Pet very much for the free delivery.

A message from Mun Mun: Received pet food from Avant pet today. We are independent and self funded shelter. It tough to manage 300 over furrykids. Thank you Dr Chan Kah Yein, myanimalcare and all donors for your kind donation to keep us going 🙏🙏🙏

Mun Mun Furry Sanctuary is home to 250 dogs and 80 cats. It is run by Mun Mun and Phoebe and helpers. They are also feeding 2 groups of 16 stray dogs outside the sanctuary.


Kind person builds kampung house for stray cats

Have you seen this post: https://worldofbuzz.com/got-address-can-post-food-kind-msian-builds-kampung-house-for-stray-cats-in-subang-jaya/

I’ve passed by the house several times now and just now, I saw the resident black-and-white cat! I guess it was a bit hot to stay inside in the afternoon, so he was lying down outside behind his house. His name is Jaacob.

And I even saw Luffy, the co-owner of the house!

Do please click on the link above and read all about the kind person who built the house with materials donated by neighbours.

The daily hunt for Bunny poop

It’s been more than a month now since Bunny had that rather serious constipation problem which required manual evacuation.

I have been faithfully continuing with all his supplements (B-12 and Gentle Digest), extra water, laxatives, virgin coconut oil and steamed pumpkin. So far, Bunny has been able to defecate by himself. From 2-3 days once, it is now 1-2 days. Sometimes, he goes daily for a few days, but the norm seems to be once in every 2 days, which is good enough.

Yesterday was a bonus round because he went TWICE in the same day.

First thing every morning, I will conduct a hunt for Bunny poop. Sometimes, he defecates very early in the morning so the poop is already there to “greet” me! Luckily Bunny’s poop is much bigger in diameter than the rest of the cats’, so it is quite unmistakably Bunny’s. Bunny also does not use the sandpit. He does it wherever he wants in the back garden. Sometimes I have to go around twice or three times to make sure I have checked every inch of the garden and not missed any spot. If there is none for the day, I will continue the hunt until around noon. Bunny usually does not defecate after noon.

Cow, Indy and Cleo’s poop have their specific size, shape and location, so that’s easy to identify too.

And there’s the raining problem as well. When it was used to rain in the middle of the night last month, we had to get up to carry Bunny and his chair into the room. Somehow, he doesn’t seem to know how to get into the room by himself whenever it rains. Ordinarily, Bunny doesn’t like being in the room. The pantry is his territory, so he is always sitting on his chair there. He has no trouble getting up and down the chairs in the pantry, but the moment the same chair is moved into the room, it’s like a totally new ballgame for him. He doesn’t know how to get off it anymore and have to depend on us to carry him down.

So far, Bunny has been very obedient and obliging in taking all his supplements and extra water. I’m glad they are all helping. I don’t dare cut down on any of his supplements because I really don’t want the constipation to come back. I also add extra water to his three meals daily.

I’ve learnt how to gauge from Bunny’s breakfast appetite if he has had a bowel movement. If he has defecated very early in the morning, he usually eats more heartily during breakfast. Bunny’s appetite is a very good gauge of his wellbeing.

Petfood Donation to Imm’s Shelter

Donors: IMO of BenBen & Sandy from Chow Yi Lin, Kok Khee Wee, Jasmine Ee, NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan, Avant Pet Sdn Bhd, Ahmad Amir Kamil, Kwan Pei Kuan, Wan Tai Seng, Tan Tay Thye, Wong Chin Kuan, Khoo Ming-Yi, Feline Grace Enterprise, Tan Lai Fun, Lau Tze Pin, Nur Effendi Hassan, donors from Boost, anonymous donors, AnimalCare donors (reserve fund).

The petfood:

Monge cat kibbles Adult 10kg – 2 bags

Cindy’s Original 80gm 
– chicken w tuna – 4 boxes
– tuna w salmon – 4 boxes
– Pacific fresh tuna – 4 boxes

Alps Dog kibbles 13kg
– Lamb – 1 bag
– Turkey – 1 bag

Alps Dog can pate 400gm
– Salmon – 1 box
– Turkey – 1 box

We thank Avant Pet for the free delivery.

A message from Imm’s Shelter: Received this morning with heartfelt appreciation to AnimalCare donors. Blessings and love from all furry residents at Imm’s shelter for the petfood received.

Imm’s Shelter is home to 32 dogs and 18 cats. It is run by Imm with the help of friends and volunteers.

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Kuala Lumpur (Jacqueline Wong Mei Lin’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM170 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Updates on previous cats are below.

I came across Max and Trixie in a food court very close to the colony where Charlie and Blackie are.  There are an additional 3 cats in the colony, all unspayed and unneutered.  4 kittens have been picked up from the same place and rehomed.

I managed to easily trap Trixie and Max and took them to be spayed and neutered.  I plan to release them back to their colony, I have given the stall owners food, and I will check on them every 2 days. I will need to use a trap for the remaining 3 cats in the colony and will take them to be spayed/neutered too.

Some updates (pictures attached):

  • Charlie and Blackie are thriving.  Blackie has recently decided that he likes human contact and now lays down for scratches (after 6 months!). Charlie misses the time when she got all the attention.
  • Hujan keeps to herself, tends to come out later in the day but is looking very confident nowadays.  
  • Cleo is still waiting for her male to be trapped and neutered so they can be released together. 
  • Emmy and Jasper are still with me, Jasper has had a bladder infection, which is currently being treated.
  • Maggie and Tugu have been adopted.



Thank you very much (August 2021 donors)

Happy Merdeka, everyone!

It’s time to thank all donors and supporters for their very kind donations and well wishes again.

This month’s neutering aid:
Number of animals: 6 cats
Amount paid out: RM540.00
Recipients of the Neutering Aid: https://myanimalcare.org/category/aid-neuter/

This month’s vaccination aid:
Number of animals: 3 cats
Amount paid out: RM75
Recipients of the Vaccination Aid: https://myanimalcare.org/category/aid-vacc-med/

This month’s petfood donation: RM3119.80
Recipients of the Food Aid: https://myanimalcare.org/category/aid-food/

This month’s donors:

IMO BenBen & Sandy from Chow Yi Lin
Anonymous donors
Donors from Boost
Ahmad Amir Kamil
Avant Pet Sdn Bhd
Chia Lee Hun
Feline Grace Enterprise
Jasmine Ee
Khao Yen Ling
Khoo Ming-Yi
Kok Khee Wee
Kwan Pei Kuan
Lau Tze Pin
NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan
Nur Effendi Hassan
Tan Lai Fun
Tan Tay Thye
Wan Tai Seng
Wong Chin Kuan

Neutering aid for 2 cats in Kuala Lumpur (Jacqueline Wong Mei Lin’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM170 for the neutering of these 2 cats.

Updates on the previous cats are below.

I am writing to apply for neutering aid for Emmy and Jasper.

I found Emmy and Jasper one evening when my family and I went to check in on Charlie and Blackie.

They had been abandoned at the café and had been there for a few days when I found them.

I quickly trapped them and took them to be spayed and neutered. They are currently with me while Emmy has been recovering.  I will release them back to the café and set up a separate feeding station for them.

Some updates (pictures attached):

  • Charlie and Blackie are doing well.
  • Hujan is also doing well and tends to come out after dark for food.
  • Cleo is waiting for her male to be trapped and neutered so they can be released together.

Maggie and Tugu were adopted last month as per previous update.


Bunny’s warm box-house (the story continues)

It’s been raining so heavily and the days are so cold nowadays. Bunny only wants to stay in the pantry or the patio, and both places are just too cold.

I’ve tried bringing him into the room, I’ve placed baskets, towels, boxes and mats, but he didn’t want any of them. This is also partly because Indy, Cleo and Cow would hijack anything new and this probably put Bunny off. Finally, Bunny just refused to stay in the room and would go back out to the pantry or ask to stay in the patio.

So, we finally resorted to putting a cardboard box on his favourite chair in the pantry and that worked. But what if he is out in the patio? This afternoon, Bunny was at the patio, on the deckchair when it started raining very heavily.

We had to bring his box-house out and place it on the deckchair for him. It took some getting used to, but at least nobody will hijack it here…or so we thought.

Ginger tried to hijack it. Luckily this did not put Bunny off.

Bunny liked this box-house and spent hours in it. With the additional towel, we hoped he would be warm enough.

Just now, we took a chance and brought the box-house into the room with his favourite chair from the pantry. Previously, he had simply refused to stay in the room, but the room is warm and safe. It would be so much better for Bunny than the pantry, especially at night during this rainy season.

Shh…it’s been about an hour now and he is still inside. Let’s hope he feels comfortable enough and will stay in the room. After all, this room is called “Bunny’s Room”!

The location where we place the chair is also very important. This spot is seldom frequented by the other cats.

Initially this was Bunny’s basket in the room, but it was hijacked by Indy and since then, it’s been Indy’s.

Cleo is also a hijacker but she prefers somewhere high. She has the bed and her apartments.

Tabs is the only non-hijacker in the house. Good girl, Tabs.

Neutering aid for 3 cats in Kuantan (Nor Khamisah bt Sadi Sutan’s) & Updates

We have provided an aid of RM270 for the neutering of these 3 cats.

Updates on previous cats are below.

Attached herewith the related documents for the above aid for the following three cats named Bella, Buboo and Aidil.
I rescued them form the foodcourt here.  Due to Covid 19, this place being affected not to run the business therefore leaving these cats starving and unable to get left over food from public. I am not sure age for Bella and Buboo. Whereby Aidil at the time I rescued was around 1 month. They will continue staying with me, unless someone interested to adopt then only I will release any of them.
Attached also the photo of the previous cats which getting this aid. Please be informed that Blurr died on July 8, 2021. Basically the previous cats are in good condition except Jumbo and Medan are on special diet. Renal and urinary diet respectively. As for Blurr, she died due to liver disease. She was with me for more than 7 years.
Thanking you in advance for your consideration on this application.