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Malaysians Share ‘Directory’ Lists To Help Pets Displaced By Floods Reunite With Their Owners

Malaysians Share ‘Directory’ Lists To Help Pets Displaced By Floods Reunite With Their Owners

These makeshift lists help pets reunite with their owners and find new homes for strays.

Adeline Leong

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The floods have not only ravaged many people’s houses and cars but also displaced a number of pets from their owners.

Malaysian netizens have once again banded together to create and share a few ‘directory’ lists online to help these pets get back to their owners.

If your pets have gone missing during the flood, do check out some of these listings to see if a kind stranger has spotted your furkid:

Animals displaced by #DaruratBanjir

This is a Twitter thread where netizens can publicly list the pets they’ve spotted or rescued. Some of the animals listed are strays and are open for adoption.

Pet owners are also welcome to upload photos of their missing pets in case someone else has spotted them.

Petfinder.my

Pet Finder is a website listing homeless cats and dogs that are up for adoption. However, the public is also welcome to list their missing pets.

The website also has a Lost & Found guideline for people who want to list their missing pets or a lost pet they’ve found.

Missing Pets S.O.S. Malaysia

Missing Pets S.O.S. Malaysia is a public Facebook group where people can share posts of lost pets they’ve encountered or found.

Lost And Found Pets Malaysia

Lost and Found Pets Malaysia is a Facebook page where people can look for their lost pets or help others find theirs.

Fortunately, some of the pets listed on the page have been reunited with their owners.

Temporarily sheltering or sitting the pets

If you find yourself temporarily sheltering or sitting the pets for someone, you can check out the thread below for help regarding pet food donation and services.

Persatuan Haiwan Malaysia is distributing packs of pet food for pet owners who may need it and they can be contacted via Whatsapp.

Animals that need medical attention can head over to the Flood Relief Treatment station at Taman Sri Muda or SPCA Selangor.

Feel free to share more resources to help pet owners reunite with their furkids too.


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