Sunday, November 27, 2011
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Amber is a very friendly dog and loves to run around. she has been vaccinated and spayed. What's left is a place she can call home. Please contact Krystal 016-2292625 if you are interested.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Ginger was sent back to Dr Goh’s for a couple of days observation as she seemed to have lost some appetite (Baby TinTin was sent back as well as he still needs his mommy almost 24 hours a day at such a tender age). However, fret not peeps, Ginger is back to normal now and is eating heartily. Both mama and baby have been transferred back to our shelter.
Friendly Ginger posing for the camera
Ginger with Baby TinTin
This is Baby TinTin, dozing off peacefully, oblivious to the fact that he's the sole survivor
of his mama's litter of puppies
One of our volunteers tried to pet TinTin under close supervision by Ginger
Ginger seemed concerned and ensured that petting of TinTin must be as gentle as possible
"There you go" Ginger seemed to be saying with a really relieved look on her face! Hehe
A very big Thank You goes out to all kind hearted souls who donated towards Ginger’s medical fund. The funds you contributed have made a whole lot of difference for both Ginger and Tintin.
We are currently looking for fosterer to care for Ginger and Tintin till baby TinTin is old enough to be adopted. Of course, would be a double bliss, if anyone can adopt both Ginger and TinTin! Do drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org should you be interested or if you have contacts who might be able to give these 2 lovelies a home (or a temporary one for that matter)
Sunday, November 20, 2011
Friday, November 18, 2011
We are posting these lovely meows on behalf of a girl name Jacqueline Ng. The 4 meows are currently in Kluang and Simpang Renggam, Johor.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
Read the article below:
Wag ‘N’ Roll: Charity concert in aid of animal shelter
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Meet new mummy Kelly, and five of her adorable pups that were rescued by a volunteers a month ago when the little babies were only 2 weeks old. Now, at 6 weeks old, the siblings are all very healthy and eating well, with mummy Kelly taking very good care of them. Kelly was also very skinny when she first came but now she has good appetite and has put on a lot of weight.
Out of the 5 pups, 4 are males and one female, quite unusual beause normally the litters of puppies we see have more females than males.
Monday, November 14, 2011
5 yrs +, spayed
Sunday, November 13, 2011
Bear is not a noisy puppy. He is very independent for his age and does not require much supervision. he does not bite shoes or other things, only his own toys. He loves to sleep on towels and loves to play. He will grow up to be quite big, so he needs the exercise to prevent him from being feisty. He is able to understand simple commands and understand where he is allowed to go and where he isn't allowed. quite impressive for a 5 month old puppy.
Here are some pictures taken a day after the surgeries. His eyes are still a little swollen but will subside in another day or two. Bear deserve a second chance in life because at the workshop, he almost lost his.
Cherry eye be gone!
Here is the post previously about Bear : http://www.pawsmission.com/2011/10/fosterer-needed-for-bear-bear.html
If you would like to foster or adopt Bear, pls call Mun Ee at 0176502412.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
The magical day has finally arrived for Jacky Boy! Yup, it’s the day he’s going home with his new family and Jacky Boy just can’t stop flashing his infectious grin to everyone :D A very BIG THANKS to the adopter for giving Jacky Boy a place called HOME >_<
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Monday, November 7, 2011
Some updates on Ginger after a day of Hospitalization (as of 6 Nov 2011)
How You Can Help Ginger?
You can make a donation to us at our Maybank Account :
112857033831 (YEOH SAIK KIM & LIONG AI WEE).
Kindly acknowledge us that the donation is for Ginger by emailing us: email@example.com or SMS us at +6012 9192263 (Kim) / +6016 3323382 (Mrs Lai)
Please, please help us to help Ginger! Thank you everyone in advance who is willing to contribute some $$ to help this poor girl and spread the words around.
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
We came across this article from http://stubbydog.org. It explained in great detail why being a fosterer makes a whole lot of difference in rescue work.
Let's join our rescue work & tell us how YOU can help the voiceless ones. Drop is an email: firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the 'Join Us Form' here.
Your contribution to speak for the VOICELESS ones will definitely make every bit counts!
StubbyDog pays tribute to foster families
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
Read Anna's adopted story here.
Here's the little update from Miss EJ last night.
Thought Mrs. Lai might like to see what mischief Anna's been up to this morning:
Ended up getting the gardener to get the tin off her with a pair of special scissors.
Don't worry, she's fine now. Doubt she'll be looking for biscuits anymore soon!