Friday, 2 January 2015

Flood Aid for Animals in Distress


SPCA SELANGOR FLOOD AID FOR ANIMALS IN DISTRESS

We are working with local rescuers and the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS) to establish 3 satellite aid centres in Kelantan, Terengganu and Pahang to help animals displaced by floods. These centres will support efforts in rescuing, sheltering, treating and rehoming animals over the next 3 months. We are trying to get personnel, volunteers, supplies and equipment to the affected areas in the next few days.

PHASE 1: Emergency support
PHASE 2: Re-homing

Our next aid run will be on 2nd January to send over food and other supplies!

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HOW YOU CAN HELP

** DONATE FUNDS **
We need funds to purchase/ rent supplies and equipment. Please donate generously via our website; please indicate ‘SPCA Selangor Flood Aid Fund’ under Remarks.

** DONATE ITEMS **
We need pet food (canned/kibbles), cages, towels, collars & leashes, tarpaulin & rope (to create shelter), disinfectants, disposable gloves, supplements & medical supplies.

** VOLUNTEER **
We need volunteer vets and experienced animal handlers & caregivers to be scheduled for trips over the next 3 months.

** VEHICLES & SHELTER **
We need 4-wheel drive vehicles to make trips to and from KL, as well as small boats on site. We also need safe havens to bring the animals for treatment and shelter.

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DONATE online now:
http://spca.org.my/v51/donation.php

SIGN UP as a volunteer:
http://www.petfinder.my/floodrelief/

COLLECTION POINT for items:
SPCA Selangor office @ No 2, Lorong Kolam Air Lama 2,
Ampang Jaya (9am - 4pm daily)

ENQUIRIES:
Phone: 603-4256 5312
E-mail: enquiries@spca.org.my

Please SHARE this appeal for help, we're going to need a lot of help to carry out this aid campaign for 3 months!

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A special thanks to Petfinder.my for their awesome initiative in setting up the Flood Relief Communications Centre and volunteer sign-up system!


The above taken from https://www.facebook.com/SPCASelangor
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