Thursday, September 30, 2010
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
Rose is now spayed and are ready to be adopted. Rose is very unique coz she has really really short fur on her pretty face, and slightly longer fur on her slender body.
And she absolutely love getting bath!
She actually queued up to get a second bath from our wonderful volunteer Karen =)
Rose is very close with Suki and Vuki. They love playing hide and seek @_@ Read about it here.
Please email us if you wish to give Rose a loving home =)
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Little Pony may not have a body full of glossy furs, but she is still as cute as a button!!
How can you not love that ears? They’re so.. ‘tickle’-able @_@
Worry not, the almost furless condition is not permanent. With proper care, Pony will be able to blossom into a a pretty lady =)
All you need is love and care. DOn’t believe? Just read about MunMun.. and Siew Siew (coming soon).
Kopi, Ah Boy and Docky, get well very soon!! We hate to see y’all suffer :(
Ah Boy, whom used to roam around the temple and were very wary of human, somehow started trusting us and Aunty Kiew managed to coax him into moving into the shed.
We’re really glad that we’re able to start treating his eyes and skin condition. Unfortunately, because we haven’t had the chance to vaccinate him, he got sick :(
Docky, the old man in the shed and Kopi, too, are not feeling too well.
Please help us send lots and lots of positive vibes to DOcky, Ah Boy and Kopi for SPEEDY RECOVERY and the rest of the furrizens in the shed so that they’ll be in the pinkiest health always! >_<
Monday, September 27, 2010
Buffy under the bed
Posted on 2010-09-18 01:10:02:
Posted on 2010-09-18 17:05:13:
Hi Vani, Thanks for giving him a home! Enjoy his innocence and simple mindedness
Posted on 2010-09-18 21:21:27:
Posted on 2010-09-22 13:44:16:
Buffy is very very notty and loves to bite me...should call him bitey not buffy! My arm n hands so kesian..n always have 2 wear long pants!
What u said very true, always show the kesian face when u dun play with him...But best part is he knows where to shit, smart boy!
And then nowadays when I dun play with him, he will stat to tear the newspaper!
Thanks aunty, I love him very very much!!
I really have no idea how a home bred dog can contact parvo virus. I really wonder where he contacted it from. Who and where is the source for Buffy’s case. Whether its from his uncared mum,Ginger, or my house or his new environment. His mum has maggots and fungal infection.Poor Ginger she has a home but lack the attention but who am I to teach others how to care for their pets??? Will they listen?
Thanks Vani for been so understanding and not giving up on him. I am sorry you have to go through this scary phase that cost you $$$ and $$$ and the emotional stress.
YOU ARE A GREAT OWNER!! BUFFY IS LUCKY TO HAVE YOU!!!
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Dou Dou’s fur getting longer.. it’s almost covering his sparkling pair of eyes. Now we can’t have that, can we? :P
Anyone who can help trim Dou Dou’s fur, please please do email us.
We won’t be able to ..ermmm… compensate you, but we’re sure Dou Dou would shower you with excessive love (,”)
When Dou Dou first arrived in the shed, he used to “sing” non-stop (especially if we’re attending to the needs of other dog).. and snarled when we told him off. Quite a spoilt brat back then.
But he has since then learn to listen and understand that we only meant well when we told him off. And he now understand that other furrizens needed to be taken care of too.
So proud of you, Dou Dou! We hope you will find a loving home soon!
Please email us if you find Dou Dou irresistable =)
Saturday, September 25, 2010
Rest In Peace, Dear Samy and Poppy.
We’re sorry we didn’t manage to find both of you a home. It break our hearts to see both of you off to rainbow bridge but…
We truly hope you two are in a much much better place now.
Friday, September 24, 2010
What our furrizens probably daydream about @_@
A home of my own, with lots of Tender Loving Care..
Lots of yummy chewy bones… yum yum *DROOLS*
Wanna take me home?
I haven’t had the chance to go to school to learn command like “sit”,”roll”, “stay” etc yet, but I would love to be given an opportunity to learn all this!
But rest assured, if you held out treats, I will obediently run to you @_@
Thursday, September 23, 2010
These two handsome boys need a home urgently. Both male, hound mix, about 6-7 months, vaccinated, spayed and healthy.
Mickey is darker brown, with cute droopy ears and sparkling eyes. Popeye has husky grey brown tone and very steady. Both are smart, has good natural watchdog instinct with deep mature voice. Love going for walks. Had basic training commands to sit, stay and shake hands. Not yappy, very good natured and easy to train. They may look big but still very much pups at heart and easily warm up to people who love them.
They are due to be sent to a farm this Sunday as fosterers can't care for them anymore. Please help find them a home. They are young and full of love, and should not have to spend their whole life in a farm. Foster help is also much appreciated. Please help. Call Eileen 019-3203875.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Obviously there will be puppies around. I will not bring the puppies to the shed. I know its better for them in this place than the shed at this moment….but.…but…..but… the presence of a little black puppy bothers me. I have seen him running inside this abandoned yard, sometimes alone and sometimes with the pack of dogs here.
Yesterday, I was pretty surprised as this little puppy bravely sneaked forward from the corner of the gate for the food I offered. I was hesitant to take him…
Should I or should I not? I kept asking myself. The shed is full of puppies,and I am kind of tired of fostering one after another…. but one more makes no difference I told myself….. and, off he goes to the vet for a checkup…
……so ONE more looking for a loving home . Thanks to Richard, our temporary shed helper who offered to foster him and has named him CHARCOAL. Phew!!!
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Updates that brightened us our days to know that our furry frens is well taken care off.
Good day to you. Shashi adjusted very well. He is so playful as my kids like to play with him. (We are glad to hear that, we actually do not have so much time to give him the personal attention he needs)
He is quite a fast learner, he now knows how to listen to commands like 'sit', 'stay', 'wait', 'no', 'cannot', 'fetch', 'give', 'let go', 'stand', 'shake left or right hand' and etc.. for example: I put some food in front of him, I would say 'wait' or 'cannot' so that he could wait patiently before I said 'OK' then he could eat the food. I teach him this because I found him rushing for food although he is alone to enjoy the food.( Ha,ha,ha…still a puppy and very happy to hear that he is a fast learner)
Shashi is getting healthier and grow bigger now. He never felt full. Only sack back is that he has a very dry skin that makes him scratched a lot. He chewed a lot too, he chewed our shoes, shoes rack, even the pillar and my plants. (Do get him some bones to chew)
For your information, he is not as soft temper as mentioned by you all. The first day that he reached my house he actually fight with my old aged dog, Sheba. And Sheba actually got a shock of her life and she becomes very anxiety because she used to be the queen at home. Nowadays are getting better but sometimes still fight. (That is very surprising, he has been an angel in our shed. Maybe his kennel mates were timid and he has always gets what he wants and thus never have to fight)
That's all for now. Will get my son to upload Shashi's photo soon.
Thanks Kim Choo for the updates and hope to receive more from you and may Shashi brings lotsa of joy and laughters to your family.