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Introducing Nga Nga

Create: 03/06/2017 - 12:35
Introducing Nga Nga

Nga Nga is our lonely and bored indoor cat. He holds a special place in our hearts. Eight or nine years ago, my mom saw a tiny kitten trapped and crying in a water logged and deep monsoon drain that he must have fallen into..

Mom summoned me and I jumped in without thinking. The drain was so deep I could not climb back up. Had to walk a mile before finding a way to climb out, with the wet, dirtied and frightened kitten in hand. Nga Nga means baby in Cantonese. Was the name registered at the vet when he was sent for check up and vaccinations.

A Valentine Day's Gift

Create: 02/19/2017 - 11:03
A Valentine Day's Gift

While not intentional, it was a pleasant Valentines Day's gift for me and my cats, since it arrived today.

She is not only generous but, at my request, helpfully screenshot part of the purchase process to keep me in the loop. It will help me understand the process and to troubleshoot should other new donors have questions. So far it seemed simple and dependable, if you use a Malaysian issued credit or debit card.

There Is Hope

Create: 02/11/2017 - 12:17
There Is Hope

After speaking to Jidz Mohamed of Tesco Malaysia, I can confirm you can donate cat food and cat litter for my 5 cats. Their usual brand is Smartheart Seafood Flavour and they are costing me a fortune currently. I have had them since rescuing and adopting them as orphaned homeless kittens.

My revenue is reduced with my recent medical condition. My mobility is affected too and shopping for heavy stuff is challenging, I worry constantly about their food and other burden but is cheered up when I see them play with me.

Need Your Help

Create: 12/24/2016 - 08:52
Need Your Help

When I posted or published the recent Kampung Hakka and Santa Factory photo essays, several well-meaning friends messaged or commented that they were glad to see me out and about, and that I was recovering well. While I appreciate your positive prognosis, the truth is:

I wasn't, really. I was fortunate to have a good caregiver. She pushed my wheelchair and drove me to exactly how I wanted to position the camera. The bottom line is: Good help must be fairly compensated. Nothing is free.