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Almost every animal shelter in Malaysia has encountered people dumping animals on their doorstep. Most shelters have accept that as a fact and even incorporated that into their data and quarantine spaces which is already very limited.

Which is why we have set up Stray Free Selangor to prevent and control stray population. At this point in time, resources focusing on animals are very limited; how many animal clinics do you know in your area compared to shopping complexes? What are the services they can provide?

Today is a sad day when our colleague discovered a line plastic bag sitting outside of the gate and proceeded to check what’s in it. Imagine the horror on her face when she found a dead cat inside. (we are fully aware of the possibility of the cat could be dead already but it’s all speculation now)

Be a responsible pet owner, spay neuter your pets, don’t let them wander outside of your premises without supervision.

Be a responsible rescuer, spay and neuter the animals under your care, educate the people in the area about their existence and teach them how to handle the animals.

If your animals are injured or hurt, send to the correct facilities, to an animal hospital/clinics. You don’t send your elder parent to an old folks home when they’re sick do you?

Take up the responsibility, be responsible, do the right thing.

For medical funding you may visit Petfinder.my for more information.

For spay and neutering your animals/pet please visit spca.org.my/what-we-do/stray-free-selangor/

Source: https://www.facebook.com/SPCASelangor/videos/229051763787592..



 

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SPCA Selangor

SPCA Selangor is an animal welfare organisation based in Ampang Jaya, Selangor. The aim of the SPCA is to protect defenseless animals and to alleviate their suffering. We receive more than 700 unwanted, homeless or abused animals every month. We provide an adoption program, investigation of cruelty reports, humane education, assistance to community animal caregivers and run a dedicated, low-cost spay/ neuter clinic. We also lobby the Government and local municipals for humane treatment of animals and harsher penalities for perpetrators of crimes against animals. Founded in 1958, SPCA is a well-respected and trusted Non-Profit Organisation. Over the years, the organisation has gained tremendous goodwill, recognition and support from animal lovers all over Malaysia

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