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Blackie

Blackie

Blackie was rescued by a volunteer in Beijing and was brought in to ICVS veterinary clinic. He was so tiny and still required milk from his mom who was nowhere to be seen.

So Eva, the rescued feral cat who just gave birth to her two kittens stepped in to help. Although Eva’s own kittens have already been weaned and Eva was ready to be returned back to her colony after being spayed, we decided to support further cost to have Eva stay at ICVS to help Blackie through his early weeks of life.

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Eva

Eva

Eva, a feral cat entered our TNR programme run by volunteers in Beijing, China. After volunteer brought Eva in to be spayed, they found out that Eva was already pregnant, so we offered support to her extended need of medical care and the care required for her kittens.

After all her kittens been adopted, Eva was returned back to her colony where she used to stay, and she has been doing well since.

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Do Do

Do Do

Do Do is a 3year old poodle who used to have a home when he was a cute tiny puppy, but when his owner had enough of him, they dumbed him at a coal shed belonged to their relatives in rural Beijing. Do Do spent almost his entire life living in this coal shed, locked in with coals and his own excreta.

He was fed scraps and not received any care whatsoever. He often struggle many days without food and water, his fur was matted and covered in dirt.

The family who recently adopted a pair of cats (Barrie and Sussie) from us know the owner of Do Do and reported his situation to us and wish to get some help to rescue this poor dog.

Our team helped take Do Do out of the coal shed and brought him to our partner veterinary clinic ICVS for treatment and grooming. After a series of medical examination, Do Do’s overall health was well enough, so he received vaccination and deworming before being released from the clinic and taken back to the rescuers’ home.

Do Do has finally been given some proper food and with all his matted fur taken off, he was feeling much better and could finally sleep comfortably in a nice warm bed.

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Snowflake

Snowflake

Snowflake was found in the Season’s park (a residence community in Beijing). He was lying near the road and cried for help, then was taken to ICVS for treatment. He spent about 1.5 months to recover and had grown to a handsome boy.

After weeks searching for a forever home, this sweet boy has been adopted by an expat family in Beijing.

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Simon

Simon

Simon was rescued by a volunteer in Beijing and was brought in to ICVS veterinary clinic. He was so tiny and still required milk from his mom who was nowhere to be seen.

So Eva, the rescued feral cat who just gave birth to her two kittens stepped in to help. Although Eva’s own kittens have already been weaned and Eva was ready to be returned back to her colony after being spayed, we decided to support further cost to have Eva stay at ICVS to help Simon through his early weeks of life.

Luckily, as soon as Simon has been weaned, he found his forever home and has been adopted into a family of expat in Beijing, China. Then Eva was able to be returned to her colony.

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