RM35.00raised of RM5,000.00 goal
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Hello! We are a self-sustaining charity team (@ruffcookies_tnrm) selling coffee and cookies to assist and provide financial support to the Trap, Neuter, Release/Rehome & Manage (TNRM) program, including feeding and tending to wounded stray dogs. Our charity business is deeply affected due to Malaysia's total lockdown and our TNRM program faces great challenges competing against time. This medical fund is set up to help us to speed up the TNR process and handle unexpected events that occurred more readily. Eg., pregnancy, car accidents, and canine infectious disease.
There are 5 dogs that need to be neutered/spayed in this pack (2 males, 3 females):
- Two female dogs (Foxy & Latte) are diagnosed with canine Transmissible Venereal Tumor - Foxy is currently fostered for chemotherapy since the 15th of May; Latte was spayed on the 31st of May and scheduled for her chemotherapy on the 14th of Jun.
- Two male dogs (Kofi & Kopi-C) are injured and crippled from car accidents and very likely to be TVT positive.
- Female puppy about 4 to 5 months old to be vaccinated and spayed.
Our fund is depleting after paying the medical bills (RM3822) for two TVT dogs. Therefore, we sincerely hope for everyone's continuous support and assistance so we can spay the whole pack and help the stray dogs regain health. Please help us by sponsoring medical bills for the stray dogs or through donating funds for supplies needed. Thank you! Be a part of us and follow us on Instagram @ruffcookies_tnrm for cute doggos that we rescued and more info on our rescue mission!
Meet Our Pack!
From left: Foxy (F), Latte (F) & Mocha (F)
From Left: Kofi (M), Mocha (F) & Kopi C (M)
- Sui Cen Teng
- Campaign Owner
Foxy (TVT Treatment, Vaccination & Spaying) - In ProgressUpdate posted by Sui Cen Teng at 04:41 am
Foxy was suspected to be TVT positive when her private part was spotted bleeding like my first rescue dog, Layla. As for how easily TVT could be transmitted through mating, licking, and biting, I decided to isolate her from the pack after consulting the vets and arranging her appointment. 26th. . . . .
Latte (Vaccination & Spaying) - DONE!Update posted by Sui Cen Teng at 08:03 pm
28th of May Fed 2nd dose of NexGard (tick and flea prevention medicine) 30th of May Trapped and sent to fostering home for bathing and fasting overnight before spaying 31st of May Sent to Klink Haiwan Elite, Oakland for spaying Diagnosed with Transmissible Venereal Tumor 2nd of June Sent back