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I’ve gotten quite a bit of donations and pledges since my last post, and that was before I even managed to talk about how and where! So this post is to address the issue of how you can gimme your money.

It’s actually very simple.

If you’re from outside Malaysia, I do not have any way of taking international donations. Plus, I don’t really approve of wasting time with additional steps of getting your money from there to here when they are likely animal shelters in your area who could use a hand. What I’d recommend is that you find an SPCA or animal welfare cause near you and make a donation to them. Better yet, drop by to see how you can help. Or give an animal a home if you’ve been thinking doing something like that.

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If you’re Malaysian, you can email me at tarlia[AT]gmail.com or comment in this post for my bank account number. Those living in Kuching can optionally just arrange to meet and pass it to me.

You can also wait to see if there’s anything you’d like to bid for in my Birthday Auction. Here’s how it works:

1. I’ll post an item with a starting price on my blog.
2. You can bid for it for the next 24 to 48 hours by posting your bid in the comment.
3. Last bid in by the closing of the auction (according to timestamp), wins.
4. You bank in the money to me and I’ll mail you the item. (If you’re in Kuching, we can meet to exchange goods.)
5. The new item will only be posted once the previous auction closes.

You must be wondering what items I’m talking about.

My other current interest is crafting. I have friends who make things too and a few of them have agreed to sponsor an item for my Birthday Auction. There is a card holder made of felt, a passport holder and a necklace. I’m contributing a purse organiser since many of you have been asking about it.

All have been specially made (or will be) for the occasion, and money from the winning bid goes straight into the Snip-Snip fund.

This is the week of the auction. Look out for the first item, coming very soon.

Here’s how it works:
1. I’ll post an item with a starting price on my blog.
2. You can bid for it for the next 24 to 48 hours by posting your bid in the comment.
3. Last bid in by the closing of the auction (according to timestamp), wins.
4. You bank in the money to me and I’ll mail you the item. (If you’re in Kuching, we can meet to exchange goods.)
5. The new item will only be posted once the previous auction closes.
You must be wondering what items I’m talking about.
My other current interest is crafting. I have friends who make things too and a few of them have agreed to sponsor an item for my Birthday Auction.

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