hello dear everyone!
We are 2 travellers ( Mickell and Lisa ) who got 'stuck' in thailand during the corona pandemic.
After the lockdown we moved to krabi, a beatiful area with a big straycat problem... And there it happened. (See chapter 1)
The goal of this fundraiser is to find the money to take our kitten 'Noedels' home with all the right medical procedure
Therefore we need:
-3000 bath/85 euro for hospitalisation (sterilisation, vaccinations, rabies , rabies booster, titter test, check up)
-6500 bath / 185 euro for transportation agency 'Relo4paws'
+-200 euro for flyticket ( depending which airline)
( if there is money left, this will be donated to "Koh Lanta Animal Welfaire" which is doing a great job helping strays)
Chapter1 : He adopted us 😊
While we where checking in a bungaow park, a little furry ball of cuttenes frinkeled his fury body between lisa her feet.
Our harts was already sold, on that verry moment <3
After a difficult conversation with the thai workers there we found out that he was wandering around there for just 2 days and they had no clue where the mommy cat would be.
Also they made clear they had no resources for medical treatment or decent catfood so they gave him only rice and tapwater.
Immediately we decided to take care of him. It was verry clear this kitten was heavy underfed , to young to be away from the mother (4-5weeks) and it had diarrea.
We arranged with the workers we would take the kitten in our bungalow to take care of it. Which was against the rules buth for this time they made a exeption. 🙏
On that verry same day we baptised him "noedels" 🐱,we went for decent food, made a kittylitter and made appointment with a vet the next day.
Chapter 2: what now ?
We loved him right away so there also started the discussion... what is best for this kitten ?
We reached out to expat locals, doctors and koh Lanta welfaire to gain info and a possible home for him.
It was verry clear that due to the exodus of tourism by covid, many cats and dogs became homeles again, did not find enough food, or where left behind to pick them up when borders would re open.