Kitty’s Food Bank was started by Dr Muhammad Naim Md Kasim and his team and has three locations in Kajang, Putrajaya, and Cheras.
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Kitty’s Food Bank was created by the team at Kitty’s Care Veterinary Clinic to help those in need of cat food.
Dr Muhammad Naim Md Kasim, 30, the owner of the veterinary clinic running the food bank said the Covid-19 pandemic motivated him to start the food bank.
The initiative began two months ago and aims to help anyone who is affected by the current situation.
Dr Naim also mentioned his clinic offered special rates to individuals who bring injured stray cats for treatment at his clinic.
Grateful for all the help
Since Kitty’s Food Bank first assumed its operations, RM10,000 has gone into the initiative with the help and support of his staff, animal lovers, and celebrities who helped to fund it.
I was impressed with their generosity and were able to provide premium cat food to ensure that animals had complete nutrition.Dr Muhammad Naim via Bernama
So far, Kitty’s Food Bank has distributed food to about 1,000 recipients, including cat owners, animal shelters, and stray cat breeders.
Cat food manufacturers have also assisted by supplying food to recipients every month.
One of the shelters that the food bank has helped is the Tuah Cat House. Its owner, Roslina Shari says it’s been a saviour to over 100 of her stray cats in care and has enabled animal shelter operators like herself to continue with their operation.
Get your cat food at these 3 locations
Pick-ups are between 10:30 am – 5:30 pm.
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