What We Do

We are dedicated to establishing this organization and help animals to get the protection under the Akta Kebajikan Haiwan 2015.

As a team, we work together to educate the local communities for the welfare of animals and people.

1. Stray Animal Management

Stray management efforts are currently not being carried out in an efficient and humane manner, resulting in some parties poisoning, shooting at them with arrows or employing private hunters to kill them. Fear, ignorance or simply lack of empathy are often the cause of improper stray management. SAFM aims to manage these strays with the following approaches:
  1. TNR  – The programme (Trap, Neuter/Spay and Release) of dogs and cats is a humane and effective way to curb overpopulation of these animals
  2. Feeding station – We aim to work with management of business premises or residence management to allocate a centralized feeding station for the stray animals in their area and to enable our team to conduct TNR programme efficiently.
  3. Relocation – We will be working with rescuers, fosterers, and animal shelters to relocate these animals
  4. Adoption programme – We will collaborate with fosterers and animal shelters to help them find permanent homes for dogs and cats under their care (See below for more details)

2. Street Feeding Project

Street feeding will be a continuous effort by our organization to provide nutritious food for stray dogs and cats around Klang Valley. Our dedicated team members have started this effort since the lockdown and will continue to do so daily. Currently, we serve areas in Batu Caves, Gombak and Selayang and intend to serve more areas in the future.

3. Spreading Awareness to Stop Animal Cruelty

Animal cruelty is a growing phenomenon that needs more awareness so that it is stopped immediately.  We aim to break this chain of animal cruelty through community involvement such as encouraging Malaysians to report case of abuse or neglect on our platform and ensure that the report reaches the right authority.

4. Assist Animal Shelters and Rescuers

Overpopulation and lack of funding at most animal shelters often hamper rescue efforts of stray animals. We aim to assist by conducting adoption programme from time to time to encourage more Malaysians to give companion animals a loving home. If you are looking for a pet for your family, search our online directory for companion animals available in your area of the nearest animal shelter.