Feel Good, Do Good with Thai Odyssey

At Thai Odyssey, we strive to provide a calming and peaceful sanctuary where guests feel good by immersing in the tranquillity and warmth of Thai hospitality and massage spa treatments for their wellness and pampering needs.

Today, to commemorate our 20th Anniversary, we want to carry the concept of this beautiful sanctuary to rescued animals, where we join hands with you to do good.

For every ringgit you donate, we will match 100% of your donation in this campaign, targeting to raise RM3,000 from the public for each beneficiary. The funds will be channelled to animal rescue organisations that rehabilitate, sterilise, and find forever homes for stray and abandoned furkids, aiming to curb negligence towards animals and manage the stray population in the community while upholding a no-kill policy.

Donate now and let’s double up for the welfare of the animal shelters in need.

About the Beneficiaries

Homeless & Orphan Pets Exist (H.O.P.E.) - a non-profit organisation founded by Aunty Jia Jia in 2007 located in Johor. Beginning with 120 homeless cats and dogs, they are now sheltering over 2,000 of them, totalling an approximate monthly expense of RM170,000 for 36,000kg of food and medical bills. Donations for H.O.P.E are tax-deductible.

Penang Animal Welfare Society (4PAWS) - a registered, not for profit organisation founded in 2011 by animal lover and advocate, Barbara Janssen. From three to over 600 strays now, Barbara dreams that one day 4PAWS will own the house and land the shelter resides on so it can become a permanent sanctuary for rescued animals in Penang. Donations for 4PAWS are tax-deductible.

Woo & Meow Animal Shelter Organisation - a non-profit organisation founded in 2013 by Aunty Kim for the welfare of stray animals in Selangor. She and her team of carers feed close to 400 rescues daily. Aunty Kim makes it her life mission to shelter rescued animals as it brings her happiness.

My Pets Haven - an independent animal shelter and adoption centre based in Selangor currently housing about 40 dogs and cats. Founded by Aunty Aileen in 2011 and with the help of volunteers, its vision is to expand shelter capacity while caring for as many animals as they can.