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Updates On 25th Jul 2017
25th Jul 2017, by SPCA Selangor

The Design and Media students of APIIT (Asia Pacific Institute of Information Technology) University just paid us a visit! Thank you for taking the time to learn about SPCA and see you all again soon! 😀😀😀

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Photos From WWF-Malaysia's Post
25th Jul 2017, by WWF Malaysia

What is it like to work in the field protecting tigers? Swipe to view some action images from our stellar field team of wildlife biologists! #malayantiger #tigerconservation #wwfmy #globaltigerday #gtd2017 #wwf Images Credits: © WWF-Malaysia / Lau Ching Fong © WWF-Malaysia / Christopher Wong

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SARAWAK VETERINARY ASSOCIATION (SVA)
25th Jul 2017, by SPCA Sarawak

Message from Dr Chuo Hock Tieng, President of Sarawak Veterinary Association Dear friends, I share this note with you from the Sarawak Veterinary Association President Dr Chuo, which I consider beneficial; Fight against further rabies spread: Recent rabies outbreak has caused some confusion amongst pet owner. Some said u can get vaccine for rm29 some rm50 some rm19. allow me to shade some lights. Under Animal Act 1953 and Sarawak Veterinary Public Health Ordinance 1999 only registered ve...

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Kudos, Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Cat Project!!
25th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

The video clip:https://www.facebook.com/AlleyCatAllies/video s/10155393999642088/ If anyone lives in a town where your elected representative or mayor is compassionate towards street animals, you could try starting something like this!  And be a model for the rest of the state or country! We would need a very dedicated and committed team of people to do this on a daily basis. The place would have to be kept clean, the cats fed and loved. Yes, loved.

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Saluting Our Nation And Our Home Grown Local Breed..
25th Jul 2017, by SPCA Singapore

SALUTING OUR NATION AND OUR HOME GROWN LOCAL BREEDS – CHEWY It’s two weeks to our nation’s birthday and in honour of Singapore’s 52 years of independence, we salute our nation and our home grown local breeds. We will be featuring 52 of our local residents who are up for adoption from today right up until National Day week. This is Chewy. He was adopted in December 2015 and returned in April 2017 as the owner cited that Chewy scratched her children. Chewy can be affectionate and will...

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Sarawak Begins Free Rabies Vaccination
24th Jul 2017, by PetFinder.my

Sarawak Begins Free Rabies Vaccination Campaign Hundreds turned up for the free dog vaccination campaign orga­nized by the Sarawak Veterinary Services Department yesterday. So far, the department has deployed five teams to carry out the vaccination, with some veterinarians having arrived from Peninsular Malaysia on Saturday. Twenty areas have been declared as infected with rabies since the outbreak in Serian last month. (via The Star Online)

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A Note From The AnimalCare Exco
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

In our eighth year of existence, we are heartened to see that we have helped to build a large community of caregivers of street animals who do neutering work, which in turn has increased the public’s appreciation and acceptance of neutering. Even so, we believe it is timely for AnimalCare Neutering Fund to tighten our policy and deploy our limited funds more efficiently to those who need it most, i.e. new caregivers who are starting out and who are constrained by the lack of funds, experi...

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Neutering Aid For 3 Dogs In Puchong And Shah Alam (Tai Yock Lan’s)
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

We have sponsored RM300 for the neutering of these 3 dogs. Dear Dr. Chan, I would like to apply neutering aid for 2 females dogs below:- This two females are the same siblings with the two I claimed recently in Taman Mas, Puchong, fed by foreign worker which search for our help. Spayed and released. Their mama now having three siblings with one female and two males, later will send for spaying also. One more application as below:- This stray dog roaming at the restaurant in Shah Alam, has b...

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Neutering Aid For 2 Dogs In Puchong (Yeap Meng Chi’s)
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

We have sponsored RM200 for the neutering of these 2 dogs. Dear Dr. Chan This two female stray dogs i rescued from Puchong Perdana.  This two female dogs already release back to the place. here i attached the pictures with the neutering aid form, cash bill from veterinary and photos for your approval. thank you yours sincerely yeap meng chi

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Neutering Aid For 3 Cats In Bentong (Liaw Jarn Ling & Loo Chui Mei’s)
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

We have sponsored RM180 for the neutering of these 3 cats. First cat found in cemetery by Loo Chui Mei. When found, bruised, malnourished and thin. I have nursed cat and will take care. Second and third male cats from sibling of 5 kittens. Found dumped at Batu 1 shops back lorong. Will neuter all the siblings.  

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Saluting Our Nation And Our Home Grown Local Breed..
24th Jul 2017, by SPCA Singapore

SALUTING OUR NATION AND OUR HOME GROWN LOCAL BREEDS – LEO It’s two weeks to our nation’s birthday and in honour of Singapore’s 52 years of independence, we salute our nation and our home grown local breeds. We will be featuring 52 of our local residents who are up for adoption from today right up until National Day week. Leo was rescued in November 2016 when a member of the public from Hougang, alerted us about a cat that was unable to move from the stair case on the seven storey. He...

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Updates On 24th Jul 2017
24th Jul 2017, by SPCA Sarawak

Announcement from 7th Mile Basketball Court. The amount allocated for today mass vaccination has been used up.

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Cat Hammocks (fundraising)
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

We would like to thank Brenda for ordering 10 cat hammocks from us, and her kind donation of RM200 for them! All homesewn! The above is a picture from the internet as I cannot get any of our cats to sit on a hammock! Our cats just like it…”flat and lazy”! Or inside laundry baskets!  

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Updates On 24th Jul 2017
24th Jul 2017, by SPCA Selangor

"Saving one animal will not change the world, but surely for that one animal, its world will change forever.” Newborn kittens and puppies are constantly dumped in SPCA. They are dumped without their mothers, therefore leaving them with a low chance of survival as they need constant feeding and care. We need your help to foster them temporarily as we as lack of nursing mom cats/dogs and we as SPCA staffs, are short-handed in caring for all animals at the same time as well. With your help, y...

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Rabbit Care. Contrary To The Common Misconceptions..
24th Jul 2017, by SPCA Singapore

RABBIT CARE Contrary to the common misconceptions that rabbits are easy to care for and good starter pets, they are actually highly intelligent, social and require almost as much effort as taking care of a dog. If you have a pet rabbit, please ensure that he/she has access to hay at all times. Hay has high fibre content, which provides roughage and reduces danger of blockages such as hairballs. To learn more about rabbit care, do have a read of the details at http://www.spca.org.sg/pdf/Pe...

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The Wild Diaries Chapter 1: A Chance Encounter With The Mighty Tiger
24th Jul 2017, by WWF Malaysia

Have you ever seen a wild tiger, in the wild? Read our stories from the field to relive Senior Wildlife Monitoring Officer Dinesh’s experience of coming face-to-face with this gorgeous animal. #malayantiger #wwfmy #wwf #tigerconservation #globaltigerday #gtd2017 Image Credit: © WWF-Malaysia / Dinesh Khanna Thillainathan

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Updates On 24th Jul 2017
24th Jul 2017, by WWF Malaysia

Want to make a difference for our one and only planet? Come and visit our booth at Ipoh Parade from 25 - 28 July 2017. From the tigers in the forests to the sharks in the ocean, come and learn how you can help us protect Malaysia’s endangered species and habitats. See you at our booth ;) Photo © WWF-Malaysia

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Photos From SPCA Penang's Post
24th Jul 2017, by SPCA Penang

My dog Mocha After volunteering for 5 Saturdays in the SPCA - getting to know the dogs, and deciding if I was really ready to adopt a pet – we finally brought Mocha (formally known as Taffy) home on April 1st, 2017. She was an active and friendly puppy in the SPCA (which is what I wanted in a dog), but became even more active and friendly at home. She loves to play and go for walks in the nearby field. She has already learnt how to sit and lie down before receiving food and treats. She even...

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Let Us Never Break Their Hearts…
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

The cat version: A cat might destroy your furniture, but s/he will never break your heart. So, let us never break theirs too… Hooray to all animal-friends!! Though he sprays at times, he is ever loyal.

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Our Cats’ Verdict On Gold-D (the New Catfood In Town)
24th Jul 2017, by AnimalCare

Many cats like to eat fish. Our cats do too. But we read about tuna (and even possibly, salmon) being toxic these days due to their higher position on the food chain and the quantity of toxins and heavy metals found in them is supposedly at a dangerously toxic level. PETA’s top 10 reasons not to eat tuna: https://www.peta.org/living/food/top-10 -reasons-eat-tuna/ I have been looking for fish catfood that is made from smaller fish as we are told that smaller fish may be less toxic (th...

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