Lei Lei, Cici, Lily and Chrissy were spayed yesterday. Thanks to SPCA for arranging this for us. This is something which we all must do to prevent unwanted puppies.
"Aunty Kim, can you teach me how to play your toy? "
"Ok, Darling, Please come, let me help you...be careful boy... "
"wow...it is so much fun!!!"
" woo...hooo...i like it too..."
"we want to play again, Aunty Kim.... "
Care to spend your precious time with our pups?? They are bundle of joy....
Waiting for you in the shed,
Mickey with LOVE
They were very clean looking when Aunty Kiew found them outside an orphanage near where she is staying. Some people if you do not want puppies, please spay your pets! You don’t throw your own kids away when you do not want them do you?
Please Help Us to educate these people!
Jerry and Whally are males and as puppy they are very affectionate.
They are picked up from the wet market again! They are spotless,very clean so its obvious they put there on purpose.They have this sad look.We suppose they are scare after being dumped in an unfamiliar surrounding. If anyone out there can offer them a place in your house, please do so. They need love and care.
“Excuse me Uncle.when we say we found new puppies, we do not jump with joy”
Uncle thinks we are selling puppies. What a thought he has. He does see us collecting money from kind adopters who donates to support our work,some will reimburse us for the puppies who had their vaccinations. We have to remind him about the medical care we seek for all the problem pups. Mind you their medical cost incurred do burn holes in all of our pockets….something which he does not see….isszz.!!
Look at these poor puppies. They sure do need treatment.
What a thought . The last thing that comes to our mind is to MAKE MONEY out of these poor PUPS!!!!.
Remember this little furry friend?
Yes, he is Kiki renamed Happy. He was adopted last Christmas by Mr Gan. Mr Gan is very pleased with him as he is very obedient though he still have the biting and chewing habit. Happy gets to run around his garden freely and does help Mr Gan with gardening ! He digs holes all round the garden but Mr Gan still find him adorable.As usual very picky in his food.Who wouldn’t if they know they have choices, huh? They are actually very smart.
Mr Gan hope Happy brings you and your family happiness all day long!
We would like to thank Petster Magazine and Petfinder.my for bringing in potential adopters for our rescued furry friends.
To Jansen,Sarah and Ah Fatt who visited us, thank you for your kind donation to our furry friends.We are very touched that you all appreciate what we are doing and your sincerity in letting us know that you realise that you all are not ready to adopt at the moment.We truly hope you all will be a pet owner in due course.
We have yet to see the eviction letter from the Authority as it was sent to the temple committee. Its seems that our D Day is on the 27th of this month… We are lost at the moment……what shall we do?
The 8 new little pups still need medical treatment for their skin before anyone one will adopt them unless they are understanding enough to treat them themselves. They are very cute and innocent if only one were to really spend some time to discover their innocence.
Our 17 rescued 3to4 months puppies and dogs, where will they go?
Will they harm our resident dogs?
Just when we worry about Furball and Softball as we cannot bring them back to the temple, Sam brightened up our day.
Her parents who is fostering tiny Tinkerbell fell in love with her and decided to adopt her. Sam is not too keen of the idea as she herself have 5 other dogs to manage(At least she knows her limit) . We jokingly told her that her parents are entitled to be our Privileged Adopters. To such fosterer and adopter we will let them have another pup/dog to show our appreciation. Ha! Ha! Ha!……
We wonder…….. Why are we so afraid of the Authority coming?
Is saving lives legally wrong?
Are what we are doing a SIN?
Is it a crime to find loving homes for the unfortunate?
Is it so shameful to do what we are doing?
If the answer is ‘YES’ . Tell us what need to be done to be someone who can live happily even seeing some other living being surfer.
We have asked the permission from the temple committee to build a transit home for the unfortunate doggies. We too know that we can not keep so many of them here and nothing beats a loving home.
Don’t you think that we are helping to reduce the stray problem in town? Why do they not see this point. We prevent the unfortunate from been a nuisance to those who don’t take pity on them…We are not doing this for our own benefit. We do not get richer materially instead we do get a lot of heartaches and burnt pockets!
Off course we do feel happy if we can find a loving home for these unfortunate.Sometimes reluctantly too we have to let them go to homes where they are required for what they are good at – to guard the owner’s home . As long as they are not abused and have a place call HOME we cannot deny them this opportunity. We cannot keep them here forever though we love to.
Our extension is ready, we have confined the pups in so that they do not roam around the front of the temple to avoid people from complaining. Do you think we are able to find homes for these puppies before the Authority come in?
We wonder. They just came in this afternoon and asked us to tear down EVERYTHING! They gave us 3 days. We hope we hear wrongly. Our happiness are DASHED…… We are lost in words…..
After planning for so long not only sourcing for funds but for unwanted materials around… this is what we faced immediately completing it…..what shall we do next????