raises RM8,500+ for Animal Charities
During this lockdown period
in Malaysia, nearly all animal shelters are facing food shortages, overcrowding
and an increase in the number of abandoned pets. Animal rescuers & feeders
have had the added problem of finding extra funding to feed and also to
move around during the movement control to rescue and feed stray animals.
With the help of our students and their parents, the Cheras Chess
Academy organised a series of online Charity Chess tournaments and Simultaneous
Charity Chess matches to raise funds for a number of animal rescuers, feeders,
shelters and fosterers.
After nine simultaneous matches and tournaments, a total of more than RM8,500
was raised. Here are some pictures on their work and challenges.
Neutred cats at S.I. Shelter
Pup in a cup
Saved and very happy
Many abandoned pets were rescued during this
Sick and wounded animals being cared for
Another cat rescued.
(Azha, The Cat Papa)
Mohd Azha Alias
Rescued (Malathi Animal Rescue)
Feeding time for 80+ animals