we have been adopted!

One of our major pet supplies sponsor for the cats in our care is The Water Dish. They have been donating cat food to us every month, and also supplies us pet supplies such as Revolution, KMR and additional pet food at charity rates. Not only have they supported us with their generosity, they have also come to visit the animals, spending time with them to socialise them and get down on the ground with our work.

Needless to say, they are one of our favourite sponsors! As such, we are happy to announce that our animal rescue group has been adopted by The Water Dish. In line with our name change, Ubi Kuching Project is now known as –

Our partnership means a lot of things for all of us. From Monday 31st May onwards, all adopters that visit Love Kuching Project will get a one-time use $5 voucher and 10% discount. The Water Dish will also be publicising our adoption opportunities to their customers through inserts placed together with their delivery invoices, and through their blog and social networks. The Water Dish customers will also be given opportunities to donate to our cause.

What is the difference between Ubi Kuching Project, and Love Kuching Project by The Water Dish? In essence, we haven’t changed. Our credo is still the same – loving the animals in our lives and neighbourhood. Our sterilisation work for stray cat populations in and around Ubi continues. We still shelter and rehabilitate animals in need. We still promote adoption and provide adoption opportunities. We still believe in sharing pet care tips because happy owners make happy pets.

All this is in line with The Water Dish’s philosophies of promoting better pet ownership and pet adoption too. Branden and Maxine of The Water Dish have envisioned that The Water Dish be more involved in animal rescue and adoption, and adopting our animal rescue group has made their vision a reality.

We hope that you will continue to support us through the change and grow with us.

See also The Water Dish Blog’s post on our partnership

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