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It has been customary to raise animals in Malaysian society, whether domestic ones such as cats, dogs, fish, rabbits, and birds, or what is strange and reprehensible to our societies, which are animals that belong to the Malaysian geographical nature, such as reptiles, snakes, lizards, mice, and some raptors, in addition to breeding monkeys that are famous in the state of Kedah in the north of the country.

تربية الحيوانات في ماليزيا.. متعة وترفيه وتعليم

 

 

The Malaysian government sets many strict laws for animal husbandry and acquisition, starting with preserving people and protecting them from diseases, and taking the necessary and rapid precautions when some diseases resulting from animal husbandry, such as rabies, spread.

There are shops selling animal husbandry supplies and special foods in Malaysia (the island)
There are shops selling animal husbandry supplies and special foods in Malaysia (the island)
There are laws related to preserving the animals themselves, such as the need to hold a license and an official medical certificate. The authorities also seek to preserve rare or endangered species of animals by legalizing their sale and criminalizing their smuggling in order to preserve the country’s livestock.

Malaysians show great interest in the animals they keep in their homes (the island)
Malaysians show great interest in the animals they keep in their homes (the island)
Attention and health care
Malaysians show great interest in the animals they keep in their homes, and this is evident through the availability of many veterinary clinics, as animal care and health is an urgent necessity as a form of prevention for family members from contracting diseases, such as allergies, asthma and skin diseases.

There are also shops selling animal breeding supplies and special foods, and a shopping complex is almost devoid of one or more stores, as they meet with a large number of residents.

Raising animals indoors in Malaysia is expensive and needs to allocate a budget to bear its expenses (Al Jazeera)
Raising animals indoors in Malaysia is expensive and needs to allocate a budget to bear its expenses (Al Jazeera)
In the main cities of the country, there are special hotels for the care of animals in the event of the absence of their owners or their preoccupation with them. These hotels provide distinguished services for animals, and they are equipped with playgrounds, bathrooms and arenas for entertainment, and some of them provide a modern and advanced television monitoring system, so that animal owners can monitor them.

There are special salons for cutting animal hair, trimming and caring for their nails, and according to Al Jazeera Net speakers, raising animals indoors in Malaysia is expensive, and a budget needs to be allocated to bear its expenses.

In cat cafes, children can feed them, play with them, and enjoy a fun atmosphere (Al Jazeera)
In cat cafes, children can feed them, play with them, and enjoy a fun atmosphere (Al Jazeera)
Events and competitions
Many activities and events are held for domestic animals, which provide families in general and children in particular with an appropriate opportunity to communicate with animals and learn how to deal with them.

In cat cafes, children can feed them, play with them, learn about their types, and enjoy a fun atmosphere. The domestic animal authorities organize a special marathon in which the owners participate with their animals.

There is also what is known as the "Betting Zoo" or the mobile zoo, and a whole garden can be moved and rented by schools or in some celebrations and holidays.

Organizes educational programs and volunteer activities for school and university students over the age of 16 (Al-Jazeera)
Organizes educational programs and volunteer activities for school and university students over the age of 16 (Al-Jazeera)
Awareness and education
As part of the animal protection programs, it organizes educational programs and volunteer activities for school and university students over the age of 16.

In her interview with Al-Jazeera Net, student Khadija from Mathematics University says that she volunteered inside the zoo in Malaysia to take care of, clean and feed her, as part of a voluntary program imposed by the university on her students to do charitable work to serve the country. She adds that the student performs certain tasks appropriate to his age and ability.

One of the cities of the state of Sarawak is named after
One of the cities in the state of Sarawak was called the "City of Cats" and a cat museum was established in it (Al-Jazeera)
City of cats and a rare dog
It is interesting to mention that in one of the cities of the state of Sarawak, the number of cats exceeds the number of residents, and accordingly it was called the "City of Cats", and a cat museum was established in it, and there are figures and statues of them in the streets and buildings of the city.

It is noteworthy that Malaysia is considered the original home of the rare type of dog known as "Little Maine", and it is suitable for breeding outside the home because it is accustomed to a life that suits the indigenous people of the country, and is accustomed to living in forests, and it is one of the few dogs that can climb trees.

https://www.aljazeera.net/lifestyle/2019/10/1/تربية-الحيوانات-في-ماليزيا-متعة

 

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