for Furry Friends
We are a US 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to raising awareness and educating people to stop cruelty towards stray dogs in Malaysia. Our primary goal is to support the implementation of widespread humane practices of stray dog population management (DPM) in Malaysia, such as the Trap-Neuter-Return-Manage (TNR-M) approach. Click here to learn more and join us in this mission.
Direct unwanted births prevented in next 5 years
*Data Up-to-date as of Oct 27,2023
Rescuers we support
About F5-Filbert's Foundation
F5-Filbert's Foundation for Furry Friends is a non-profit organization, run by volunteers dedicated to improving the welfare of stray dogs in Malaysia. We believe that every stray dog deserves to remain on the streets they call home, where they were born.
We must neuter, vaccinate and care for them in a responsible way. Simply catching them, killing them or dumping them to remote sites is inhumane, cruel and creates a cycle where a vacuum is then created in that area leading to migration from new packs of dogs. Hence the never ending cycle of killing continues. Most local councils in Malaysia follow these practice despite solid data showing the Trap- Neuter-Release-Manage (TNRM) model to be a more effective method for population control.
At F5-Filbert's Foundation, we have ongoing projects that aim to improve the lives of stray dogs in Malaysia. Our main focus is to fund sterilization programs for responsible independent rescuers caring for stray dogs on the streets. We also fund sterilization programs for low income pet owners. We provide education and create awareness. We team up with local NGO's in Malaysia as well and support their ongoing efforts.
Click HERE to read more about our projects.