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Malaysia Cat Adoption Fiesta 2024 had 21 Adoptable Cats

Reporter: Peng Siwei, Ma Xin

Editors: Xiao Mingwei, Wang Guanqi


KUALA LUMPUR, 8 Jun - Malaysia Cat Adoption Fiesta 2024 was held at Amcorp Mall, Petaling Jaya (6 Jun).


There were 21 cats on site for this adoption event. Six cats were finalized with adoption agreements.



(Photo by Ma Xin)


“This event is organized to find a permanent home for the stray cats,” said Arie Dwi Andika, the director of this event. 


Lee Quan Kuit, a psychology student from Universiti Putra Malaysia, said,”This event is really meaningful. I have always wanted a cat, but I don't have enough money, so I can't buy it from a pet store.


“The form of adoption is really good, it not only allows the once injured stray cats to find a loving owner but also allows college students like us, who have limited funds, to have the right opportunity to adopt our favourite cats.”


Adopters only need to give RM100 to adopt one. In addition, the adoption center will give you cat food and teach you to learn how to raise a cat quickly.


In addition to adoption events, they also hold seminars for all the public to popularize pet health.


Kow Che Yan, the host of the seminar, told us, "Adopting a cat is of course a good thing, but many people don't know how to take care of a cat once they bring it home.


”It was very rewarding to organize this seminar, not only did we educate new cat owners about the health habits of cats, but we also taught many members of the public how to deal with cat emergencies.“



(Photo by Ma Xin)


"Before this, I would take my cat to the vet if it was in the slightest discomfort, terrified of serious consequences due to my negligence," said Said Chu Xintong, an international student from China.


" I have three cats at home, and just the price of taking them to the will for various checkups every month already takes up a big chunk of my living expenses. But this time I learned that many illnesses can be solved at home.


“This is the first time I've participated in an event like this, and I'd love to adopt a kitten, but I already have one at home.”


Arie also said, "We also have a lot of souvenirs at the site and we know that there are a lot of people who want to help us but are unable to adopt for various reasons. So we also hope that we can give people precious memories by selling souvenirs"

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