This year’s been tough for Malaysians, but its not just people who are affected. Animals are also suffering and its tougher for strays.
Those on low incomes can barely feed themselves and their families. let alone their pets. With the lockdown, many people are now unable to help animals in distress.
Your gift will help the Persatuan Pencinta Haiwan Jalanan Kampar (PPHJK) continue their good work helping stray animals in Kampar. The Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) programme reduces the future explosion of litters in the community.
Previously, the Kampar TNR programme was funded by the MP for KAMPAR. As his funding has been drastically reduced, the Kampar TNR is seriously affected. Can you help?
The Coronavirus pandemic has prevented the Persatuan Pencinta Haiwan Jalanan Kampar (PPHJK) from organising any fund raising activities.
With depleted funds, the PPHJK have been forced to temporarily limit the number of dogs and stop neutering cats.
The Coronavirus pandemic has worsened the stray animal crisis in the area. More dogs and cats are abandoned by their owners.
The PPHJK would like to appeal to the public to donate towards their TNR programme for strays. Any amount will be greatly appreciated.
If you are unable to donate, please share and widely circulate the PPHJK poster to highlight the problem.
The PPHJK realises that the journey ahead is long and arduous, but it hopes that more people will be informed about the TNR programme and show more compassion towards strays.
To donate (or see poster):
Account: Persatuan Pencinta Haiwan Jalanan Kampar