Connect with us

Social Stories

Rescues From This Puchong Shelter Are Running Out Of Food And They Need Our Help!


Pjimage 2020 04 24T135901
Source: Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Everyone is affected by the Movement Control Order – daily wage workers’ income being affected and some businesses even losing customers. Another establishment that seems to be affected is animal shelters and rescue centres. When no one is allowed to leave their house, these rescue animals aren’t getting adopted and they’re not even getting adequate food donations. Some shelters have even considered closing down due to dwindling funds!

Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue posted on their Facebook page that their food supply is running out and will most probably only last the next week or so. Due to the MCO, TESCO is fully booked and even limiting stock per order so they’re asking netizens help to sponsor food for their rescue animals.

Latest Updates on food stock in MIAR ShelterTesco has limit their number of chickens & rice per order and it's…

Posted by Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue on Thursday, April 23, 2020

Currently, their food stock is as follow:

  • Chicken stock: will last until the 26th April 2020
  • Rice: Will last until 29th April 2020
  • Kibbles: Only 15 bags
  • Can food: 5 cartons of can food, can last until 30th April 2020

They now desperately need all our help and they need chicken and rice the most to feed their rescues. Since Tesco Online doesn’t deliver to the area, they welcome to any suggestions regarding other online delivering services. They need about 29 chickens & 50kg of rice a day.

If you would like to make a donation or send the chicken and rice they need, their details are as such:

  • Address: Lot: 11129, Jalan Meranti 5, Kampung Pulau Meranti, 47120 Puchong Selangor Darul Ehsan
  • Delivery time: 9am till 12pm or 3pm till 5pm
  • Name of Bank: Maybank
  • Account Number: 5624 1451 4401
  • Name in Account: Persatuan Pencinta Hak Asasi
  • Paypal: [email protected]
  • Contact number: 016 7129364/ 016 9975301

These poor defenceless dogs need our help so why not do some charity during MCO? However, if you’re unable to do so, share this article so that people who are able to will be able to see it!


Also read: Pet Abandonment Cases Rise By 300% Due To MCO, Says Malaysia Animal Association

Pjimage 2020 04 21T094336.499 1

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

Just In

Collage 1 3 Collage 1 3
News4 hours ago

PLUS: Teams Will Manually Scan RFID Tags For Users Stuck At Toll Booths & Offer Detection Diagnostic

“Contactless transactions” have been the norm ever since the pandemic struck in order to curb the spread of the virus....

My Post 2022 01 18T103700.566 My Post 2022 01 18T103700.566
News7 hours ago

KJ: M’sia May Completely Ban Cigarettes & Other Tobacco-Products For Future Generations

The Ministry of Health (MOH) is planning to enact a new legislation known as the Tobacco and Smoking Control Act...

Ft Mydin Ft Mydin
News1 day ago

Mydin’s Boss Says Prices For Dry Goods & Clothing Expected to Increase by 10% in 2022

Although the Prime Minister had previously announced that the prices of some goods will stabilise this year, our favourite eateries...

My Post 2022 01 17T114424.433 1 My Post 2022 01 17T114424.433 1
News1 day ago

Massive Congestion Caused By RFID Reported On Multiple Toll Roads Around KL & Selangor

Videos and images have surfaced online, of a massive congestion allegedly caused by the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)...

Ft Sri Muda Ft Sri Muda
News1 day ago

Over 100 Taman Sri Muda Residents Will Be Suing Federal & S’gor Govt For Negligence Over Flash Floods

The sudden flash floods which hit many parts of the country had claimed plenty of lives. Following the government’s alleged...

Sabah Chinese Tourist Sabah Chinese Tourist
News2 days ago

Sabah Govt Wants More Chinese Tourists To Visit The State Once The M’sian Border Reopens

As Malaysia starts to gradually reopen borders from January 1 and “does not have plans to close again”, Sabah too...

Uob Buys Citibank Uob Buys Citibank
News2 days ago

UOB Group Is Taking Over Citigroup’s Consumer Banking Business In Malaysia & 3 Other SEA Countries

A subsidiary of United Overseas Bank Ltd (UOB) will take over Citigroup’s consumer banking business, which comprises of a portfolio...

Isolation Isolation
News3 days ago

KJ: Quarantine Periods Are Now Based On Vaccination Status, Varies From 5 To 10 Days

Individuals who are fully vaccinated but unfortunately have tested positive for any variant of the Covid-19 virus will have to...


Latest Videos