Oct 30, 2009


Yesterday I bought Miko and Zuma to the vet - Miko eyes are red and I dream that they won't be able to open their eyes...

oh nooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

so, me and my friends rushed to the vet clinic at Shah Alam - poor those kitties...

arrived at the vet, it's raining outside there - we ran from the parking to the clinic - luckily i bring along towel so it can cover the travel cage...

registered for these two kitten

done with the registration

waiting for the vet to call up the kitties name


3 minutes after that

Miko! Zuma!

noing2~ i carried the cage and entered the medication room

this is not the first time I came here

ehhe~ the second time


the vet checked upon the kitties and gave injection to both of them

Miko seems easy to handle but Zuma - urgh! He such the pain in the ass

He jumped up (sgt tinggi okay die lompat) at the time the vet injected him

the vet then gave them Eye drop - cause their eyes are swollen...


waiting for the bills

outside the medication room

there was two aunties

busy chit chatting and telling stories about their pets

it is fun to met someone who have the same interest with us


I mish you Momo

Mama cannot bring you along~


I saw one cute litter box - it is big and I think it's enough for this three kitten to poo-pee inside there...

though maybe Zuma and Miko will be adopted soon - hopefully it would last long for Momo when he grow up later

and I bought it!

RM 39.90

(sponsored by Mucuk) ^_^
Thank you abang~

momo cannot wait to use the litter box

i've been thinking to buy the deodorant for cat litter but I am not afford to do that


maybe next time

yeay~ now

I would like to announce that I am a part of Bubu's Shelter

(click for more information)

erm- before this I don't have much knowledge about neutering cats

and I saw this one article written by Raja Nurul Ain (Founder of Bubu's Shelter)

Neuter or Not neuter?

Neutering is not cruel.

It is a responsible we carry when we have a cat or a dog.

There's fatwa by JAKIM about neutering.

"All pets like cats and dogs are allowed to be neutered or spayed in order to maintain the health and welfare of both the animals and the community."

"Bahawa mengembiri binatang kesayangan seperti kucing atau anjing hukumnya adalah diharuskan dengan sebab-sebab tertentu iaitu bagi menjaga muslahat ummah."

After studying the messages of the aforementioned "mazhab"s and the medical viewpoint of the SPCA animal experts, 'JAKIM' has decided that neutering of cats for reasons of 'maslahat' is acceptable.

It is in agreement with 'qaedah' (way) Fiqhiyyah which states "To choose the lesser of two evils".

Did you know that starting from 2 cats, you my end up with as many as 20,000 kittens in a matter of 7 years?

Do you have the means to care for them or to find them homes?

It is a known fact that there are a lot of stray cats wandering all around town.

The majority of them cannot get sufficient food and are exposed to diseases and to the taunting and cruelty of heartless folks; or may end up maimed or dead from accidents.

If you have asthma, and you still wanna keep cats.

Neutering is one way.

Because neutered cats produce less allergen.

Neutered cats are less aggressive, less stress, behaved well and they don't simply spray all over your house.

They are also less prone to disease such as FIV (cats AIDS), don't run down by cars because horny cats wonder around finding mate.

Your cat won't go back injured due to fighting and more.

Please, please please help those strays.

they were born to live their life~


Fitz's Adah said...

momo kita yg tomei~

comei mcm cayang jgak...ekekek...

i love u sayang~

take care our baby elok2 ye cayang~

sayanggg sgt2 kt sayang~

Rabiatul Adawiyah said...


takkan came ngan momo puyak?

takpe2~ ceb bek comel...

bek bosh!

Fitz's Adah said...


cyg lg tomei dari momo, bkn cayang came ngn momo la cayang...

emm..windu kat cayang..nnti nk tgk baby2 kita tu, bole kan cayang..