Catrescue.id is a small team of two main volunteers who are managing donation, reports, social media, website and on the ground activities. However, we are lucky that we have a few casual volunteers who sometimes are able to donate their time when we organize TNR. They are one of our most resourceful assets!
While going back and forth releasing cats of TNR Menteng trapped on 2nd August, one of our volunteers met Duku. Duku is a male cat and was one of our TNR targets. At the clinic, he was declared fit for sterilization and was released back to the colony after a couple of days of hospitalization. We can’t do this without the help of our dedicated volunteers.
Ganteng was another newcomer at Tanjung Barat colony. This solid white male cat with odd eyes seems to have a home before strayed into the colony. He went to the clinic, underwent his sterilization procedure, and was given a new name “Snow”. Snow is currently at a foster home, waiting to be taken to his forever home.
Abang was also a newcomer at Tanjung Barat colony. Abang was around 3-4 month old and having a cold. A kitten his age is not supposed to be left roaming the street without his mother. He was also malnourished with a little bit of scabies. He was lucky to find a foster home. After an initial check-up, he was taken to his foster mom to regain his health, then getting his vaccination and sterilization. He is now waiting for his lucky day, meeting his furever pawrents!
Just like Abang, Lola and her kitten, Lala, was another newcomer at Tanjung Barat colony. According to our volunteer, Lola had 3 kittens, but upon further observation, there were only Lola and Lala spotted. While Lola has received her sterilization procedure (reff. CRID August report), Lala is yet of age for the procedure. Both Lola and Lala has been adopted and living happily at their furever home. Thanks to their adopter Lola and Lala were able to get the proper medication as they were found having cold and blood parasites after their getting checked-up during the adoption procedure.
We are thankful for all the support and we will do our best to help street cats in our colonies to have a second chance of living healthy and happy.