Monday, March 23, 2015

Charlie aka Frankie has been adopted

Charlie is a distemper and parvo virus survivor at 2 months old. He is one of the luckier ones who has just been adopted by Rania from Mont Kiara on 14th March. When we delivered Charlie to Rania, it was love at first sight for them.

His new mom has renamed him Frankie.

If Frankie passes all required tests by the Australian authorities, he will be following his new family back there end of the year.

Frankie, we wish you best of luck and hope you will have a very good life in Australia!

A very big Thank You to Rania and family who opt to adopt one Malaysian puppy. That is really so kind of you!

Frankie f.k.a. Charlie is now living happily with his new found family

Monday, March 16, 2015

Mass Neutering by SPCA

Another mass neutering surgery program was held at our shelter. This session has a total of 10 dogs being neutered- 4 dogs from our shelter, Kim Ho's 4 rescued dogs and 2 dogs are from an old grandma in Hulu Langat (you may recall the "dog catching" session in our previous post).

During the surgery, we found out that Grandma's black female dog pregnant but all the babies were already dead in her womb.

It was a good thing that we managed to catch her with the great help from SPCA's team, lest her life would be in danger!

Thank you very much to SPCA's medical team for supporting our Trap Neuter Release Program.

Below a couple of photos of the session. Note:- Viewer's discretion is advised for 2nd photo.

Mass Neutering session of 10 dogs at our shelter

Grandma's black female dog who was pregnant but babies were already dead in her womb prior to spaying surgery. 

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Helping Old Grandma to spay her dogs

These 2 female dogs belong to an old Grandma in Hulu Langat. We helped to catch the dogs for spaying few days ago. It was hard trying to catch them as the fencing in the house has many "holes" and they could escape easily.

Luckily we managed to get them within half an hour. After the spaying, we will put them back to the house and grandma need not worry about any unwanted puppies anymore.

We would like to thank those who have contributed towards our neutering program, of which the primary aim is to reduce the number of strays on the streets. 
Out she ran through the hole in the fencing

We caught this black one first

Finally caught the white one

At the shelter waiting to be spayed

Sunday, February 15, 2015


Anna (in cage) has not been spayed yet as she has just been rescued off the streets last week. She is on heat now, hence so many male dogs are surrounding her. 

Note though that all male dogs at our shelter are castrated (except the very old ones) in line with our policy - Spay and Don't Multiply 

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Fund Raiser by Sunway University Students

It is so exhilarating to know that there are youths who feel passionate and compassionate about the animal welfare cause so much so,  they actually spend time and take action to contribute towards it. 

Many thanks to Sunway University Psychology Faculty's students - Christelle, Siew Wee, Ruby, Ivy and Joanne for holding a fund raiser at their campus in support of Second Chance Animal Shelter. 

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Kelly and her Gangnam Style

Ever seen a doggie does a Gangnam Style? Second Chance proudly presents - Kelly! our happy girl replicating what we interpret as the famous Korean dance move.....

On top of that, we believe this particular talent has garnered Kelly a monthly sponsorship too. Thanks Ms Leong Ai Wei for your support and generosity! 

Sunday, February 8, 2015

Adoption Drive at IOI Mall on 25th Jan'15 - 23 furkids found their homes!

25th Jan'15 was an awesome day for our shelter children as 23 of our furkids found their homes! We also received a lot of donation in kind. Really BIG THANK YOU to every supporter, donor and adopter who gave us such a fantastic day. Also not forgetting the volunteers who helped out - Ruby, Siew Wee & Christelle (Sunway University Students), Jadee, Sugar, Angela, Hing Yee, Steve & Fiona.

Below are some photos of that awesome day!

Patiently waiting to be adopted.....

Thanks to Kuah Kah Shen & friend for sponsoring our neutering program

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Patricia - The Live Paper Shredder

Happy Sunday folks! Here is Patricia showing her foster mama that she has finished reading the newspaper 

Sunday, January 4, 2015


Dr. Au of VPAC has a tough time trying to get our Subang, Roger, Jackie and other senior dogs to be vaccinated. Thanks Dr. Au for the great effort!

Monday, December 15, 2014

Neutering/Spaying Session 2

Few days ago, Dr. Lim and Dr Puspa of SPCA Selangor came to our shelter in Hulu Langat and helped to neuter/spay 13 dogs and 1 cat. It took them whole morning to perform the surgery.

Out of the 13 dogs, 7 belong to SCAS. 2 dogs were stray that we caught along the way to the shelter, 6 dogs belong to Kim Ho who is a rescuer. While the female cat belongs to a volunteer. 

This is a not a free program, we pay RM150 for a female and RM120 for a male dog. A female cat costs RM90 and male cat is RM70.

The total cost of the neutering came up to RM1700. We are now appealing to public to help fund this program. Neutering is important to stop them from multiplying. Many strays suffer hunger, abuse and sickness. 

Please be kind enough to help them. We will organize more of this type of neutering program to help reduce the stray population in Hulu Langat. 

Finally, we would like to post a shout out on one of our frequently used slogans "Please Adopt, Don't Buy & Neuter, Don't Multiply!"

SPCA has arrived! 

The set up for surgery which was at our office

Don't be nervous Ninja

Ninja on the surgery table

Surgery by both Dr. Lim and Dr Puspa

This is Moon, a female dog

Moon, after surgery

This is Kim Ho's dog

Our mother cat on the surgery table

Gigi had been shaved

Kim Ho and her rescue

Miss Tan trying to lure the strays out from the farm

These were the dogs hidden behind the gate

Out they came for our "Paus" but we could not catch this one, she was very alert and could sense that something was not right.