Thank you very much (March 2024 donors)

The claims are picking up this month and that’s a good sign.

However, we would just like to gently remind all applicants to please read the policies in its entirety before making an application so that there are no misunderstandings later on. We would also be very grateful if all applicants would understand that we appreciate honesty from everyone. It is always best to just tell the truth instead of attempting to mask it, because at the end of the day, the truth always comes out. We did have an unpleasant encounter with one such applicant this month, but luckily, such are few and far in between.

We are very concerned with the news report on MBSA’s plan to round up and kill street dogs. We hope you have signed the petition initiated by a concerned citizen. On our part, we have also made contacts to, hopefully, mitigate this decision. Please join us in speaking up for the voiceless – sign the petition. We maintain that killing is never an answer to any problem. Just because you can, it doesn’t mean you must kill. Compassion and empathy are virtues that make us humane. The poor dogs are not deliberately causing trouble. They are only there because they have nowhere else to go. Some could be abandoned pets or offspring of abandoned pets. Worse still, some could have just escaped from home and are now lost, desperately seeking to find their way home. We urge MBSA to please reconsider its decision. We urge MBSA to consider neutering as a more compassionate solution.

To any animal defender and protector, if you are able to rescue any of these dogs and give them shelter, you are most welcome to apply for our Neutering Aid Package. Policies apply.

This month’s Neutering Aid:
Amount paid out: RM2,100.00
Number of animals: 13 (9 dogs + 4 cats)
Recipients of the Neutering Aid:

This month’s Medical & Vaccination Aid:
Amount paid out: RM422.00
Number of animals: 2 (1 dog + 1 cat)
Recipients of the Medical & Vaccination Aid:

This month’s Food Aid:
Amount paid out: RM4,008.57
Number of animals: about 191 dogs
Recipients of the Food Aid:
The breakdown:
Uncle Lee’s Dogs: RM1,049.14 (41 rescued dogs)
The Balakong Street Dogs: RM2,959.43 (about 150 street dogs) 

To our dear readers,

If you feel that street animals deserve to be treated with dignity and care, do please consider paying it forward and supporting our work.  If you have a cherished pet and would like other street animals to also have a better life out there, do consider donating to help them as our funds go directly to the caregivers who take care of them. Thank you!

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Via any e-wallet: Scan the QR code below.
(If you using only one phone: Screenshot the QR code below; it will be saved in your gallery. Then, use your e-wallet app to Scan and choose Scan from Gallery.)

This month’s donors

In loving memory of Cow Mau
An anonymous donor
Donors via TnG
Donors via Sokong
Ahmad Amir Kamil
Avant Pet Sdn Bhd
Joy Saga
Khoo Ming-Yi
Kwan Pei Kuan
Mong Looi
Mr Kok
NandaLeonie Hong Siew Lan
Rebecca Helen Daniels
Tan Lai Fun
Tan Tay Thye
Tan Yui Ping
Tong Yut Fun
Tong Yut Gen
Wan Tai Seng
Wendy Woon
Wong Chin Kuan





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