Wednesday, September 28, 2011

The Blueys are ready for adoption

For those who have been following the daily stories, I think you already know the personalities of Baloo and Bagheera.

Both are in good health and as adorable as ever, and they are ready for adoption now. If you're interested, please write to me at Please see below for conditions.  

(Many thanks to Chen for editing this photo for me.)

1. Both are to be adopted together.
2. If, for any reason, the adopter cannot keep them, please return them to me.
3. Please bring them to the vet when they are sick or suspected to be unwell. Do not delay.
4. Please get them spayed at 5 months of age. They are estimated to be about 2 months now.
5. Please give them space and toys to play with; and do your best to ensure their safety, health and wellbeing. 
6. Please love them as much as you love your child or yourself (the MOST important criterion). 

The Blueys are very precious to me, and the lifespan of cats is 18-20 years (or more), please be committed to loving and caring for them for their entire lifetime. 

I will take them to the vet for another check-up before adoption, and if they are ready, I will get them vaccinated before handing them over to their new family and forever home.

Thank you.


nurulsulzali said...

Dear i knew that why u always mention to NOT SEPARATE AMONG THEM (must adopt all of them).. they cannot be separated..diorang dah terpaksa hadapi hidup tanpa ibu, dan tak mungkin diorang dipaksa untuk berpisah lagi..they alive because they encourage each other! sekarang i foster 3 of geng gebu and i want all of them to be adopted by 1 responsible adopter only! now i understood~~

rozitahalim said...

i thot there was someone interested in adopting them ? what happened ?

chankahyein said...

She did not turn up at all. No further news. Never mind. Maybe it wasn't meant to be. So it's back to the drawing board again now.

rozita said...

oh my. kesian the blueys :(

falala said...

Hi Dr. Chan,

One time I was fostering a kitten and my friend offered to take him. I was happy since the kitten is very mild tempered and loveable but he is being bullied by my resident cats.

After few months, she nonchalantly told me she gave away the kitten since the kitten acted up (by pooping on her bed several times).

After asking her several times, she admitted that since the litter was costly, she just dug the sand in front of her house!

Now, I don't know how the kitten is doing and I hope he'll forgive me for giving him away. Whenever I asked her about the whereabouts of the kitten, my friend just brushed it aside and gave me vague answers.


hi there. I'm interested in adopting the blueys. are they still up for adoption? I've sent you an email. Thanks :)