~Update 2 Jan 2015~
Lucy has been adopted! Sent her to her new home today :-) What a wonderful start to 2015!
~Update 10 Dec 2014~
Lucy's kittens have all been adopted and gone off to their new homes. Lucy's hernia and spay surgeries have been performed and she is healing well. I'm not sure what is her exact age but I'm estimating she's between 2-3 years old. Please please consider giving Lucy a forever home because she is a gentle, calm and friendly cat. Adult cats need homes too! If I can't find her a forever home soon, I will have to release her :-(
~Update 25 Nov 2014~
Huey and Louie have both been adopted! Thank you all for your kind response :-) Now only Lucy is left to find her forever home. Adult cats make great pets too, and Lucy has a calm temperament and I believe she'll make a great pet if you don't wish to deal with the hyper-ness of young kittens. Please consider opening your heart and home to Lucy!
~Update 19 Nov 2014~
Lucy and her kittens are doing well. The kittens are growing nicely and are very active. New pics posted.
If anyone is looking for a calm and friendly adult cat, Lucy fits the bill because she is all that and more. Please consider giving her a home -- adult cats deserve a home just as much as the young ones do!
~Update 15 Nov 2014~
Dewey (lightest grey kitten) has found his/her forever home! Kitty can't be released yet as s/he has to be weaned of mummy and gotten his/her first dose of vaccination but kitty's got a home to look forward to :-)
Vet says we should be able to identify their gender in a couple of weeks so do stay tuned!
~Original Posting 10 Nov 2014~
Lucy is a pregnant stray that I rescued from my condo area in early Oct 2014. The residents' committee rejected my proposal to implement Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage (TNRM) to manage the stray cat population at our condo, and opted instead to engage DBKL to catch them.
Working against time, I have trapped and neutered 4 cats, and released them in a nearby kampung with the permission and assistance of the kind gardener at my condo, because we all know what will happen to stray animals when DBKL or other municipal councils get them.
Lucy is the 5th cat among those that I've caught and I boarded her at my vet so that she can safely deliver her babies (she was in her late pregnancy when I caught her).
Lucy delivered 3 furballs on 18 Oct 2014. They are about 3 weeks old now, 2 light grey ones and a dark grey tabby. Their genders can't be determined yet because they are still so young but do check this space, I will update as soon as we can tell.
Lucy will be spayed once her kittens are weaned and she will be up for adoption thereafter. Lucy has a very calm temperament and she's quite docile, so much so that I managed to catch her with no trouble at all. When at the vet for the first time, she was very calm and allowed the vet to examine her without any trouble. I believe she will make a loving pet. I am estimating that she will be ready for adoption around mid-Dec 2014.
Lucy's kittens will be up for adoption once they are weaned and gotten their first dose of vaccination, which will be in another estimated 3 weeks.
Lucy and her kittens can be adopted individually or together. They are currently boarded at my vet's clinic in Puchong and I can deliver them to their new home within Klang Valley.
Conditions for adoption:
1. To be indoor-only cats. This is to prevent any unfortunate incidents like being hit by vehicles or attacked by humans or other animals.
2. Kittens to be spayed/neutered when they are 5-6 months. Those who are interested to adopt the kittens MUST commit to spaying or neutering them when they reach minimum age because this is the only way to control our stray cat population. There will be a RM100 deposit required for each kitten, which will be refunded upon proof of spaying/neutering.
3. Ensure regular vaccinations as per your vet's advise, and medical attention when necessary.
4. To be willing to provide regular updates on their progress during the first 3 months or until they are spayed/neutered.
Procedures to be taken care of by me prior to their adoption:
*Lucy: de-flea, deworm, spay and vaccinate
*Kittens: de-flea, deworm, vaccinate (1st dose)
I cannot stress enough the importance of neutering and spaying of pets to prevent unwanted litters and ultimately, controlling the stray population. As such, only potential adopters who believe in spaying/neutering their pets OR those who are willing to learn about spaying/neutering will be considered.
Serious adopters only. Kindly contact me via email, SMS or whatsapp if you are interested. I will contact you as soon as I can.