29 March 2014 update: adopted by Nini of Klang! : )
A neighbourhood cat feeder alerted me to a ginger cat family comprising of a mother cat and 5 kittens (the whole family is ginger-coloured!) in her backlane who were all left behind when the resident owner moved out. I rescued them on 8 March 2014. I'll spay the mother cat after all the kittens are adopted. 3 kittens were quickly adopted to good homes and only 2 males are left.
- They were Frontline-sprayed on 8 March 2014 to protect against fleas for a month.
- They have been dewormed on 8 and 13 March 2014 at a cost of RM12.
- Their weights are 1.10kg and 1.15kg as at 22 March 2014 which is an increase of 0.45kg respectively since 8 March 2014.
- They have been vaccinated on 18 March 2014 at a cost of RM95 (RM50+RM45).
- Their eyes and nose are cleaned regularly.
They eat premium kitten kibbles (Earthborn Holistic - Primitive Feline - more than 44% protein content) and drinks water from a bowl. They are also still nursing from their mother to maximise the benefits for the kittens' health, growth, immunity and development but can be weaned off immediately upon adoption.
They are toilet-trained to use the litter box and I'm using pine litter which is good for their (& human's) health and the environment. Their poo is solid and well-formed which is a good indicator of good health & good bowel movement.
They are domesticated, friendly and very playful.
The adopter must agree to the following conditions:
1) The kittens must be adopted together because they keep each other company (and out of trouble).
2) The adopter must be a Malaysian.
3) The kittens must be kept indoors at all times.
4) Neuter them at 7 months old.
5) Vaccinate them yearly to protect against diseases.
6) Apply spot-on medication (Revolution recommended) monthly to protect against ticks/fleas/ear mites/intestinal worms/heartworms.
7) The adoption fee of RM107 must be paid in full as it just covers the cost of their deworming and vaccination (the card would be given to you). The adoption fee would be donated to help the next needy furkid.
8) Adopt from location at Sunsuria Avenue, Kota Damansara on a weekend (as I'm working full-time on weekdays).
If you're interested to adopt the Sun kittens, please sent a message (via petfinder.my) and please share about yourself (Malaysian/expatriate? Working/student?), your place (eg If renting, landlord allows pets? If living with family/friends, do they agree to pets?) and your cat ownership experience.
Any juvenile-type e-mails without providing the necessary details (ie tell me about yourself, your place and cat ownership experience) required will be not be replied. Please don't just provide a phone number because I won't call/sms and prefer to correspond by e-mail first.
My apologies if the above questions seem to be intrusive or offensive in any way but we are looking for a truly loving and responsible adopter for the Sun kittens. All this resulted from our experience in rescuing and rehoming cats. Please note that there is no right or wrong answers as we just wish to learn more about their potential adopter before making the decision. Thanks.