Monday, March 9, 2009

Why We Do What We Do


Jojo on the day of her rescue being examined by our vets.

Jojo in her new home after being adopted by Som Ye.

Jojo having a whale of a time at the beach Jojo enjoying the waves
Jojo letting her ears down at the beach
Jojo and her new sister Kiki going crazy on the beach
Jojo and Kiki bonding at the beach

Sometime last month my human friends visited the Setapak doggie pound on two occasions and rescued a good number of doggies and puppies. One of them was Sister Beagle. She was probably scheduled to be put down soon as she was rescued from the cage where dogs were placed when no one comes for them. She had a very bad skin condition as well and received treatment at our vets. One day a nice lady called Som Ye came to the clinic and fell in love with Sister Beagle. She took her home and named her Jojo. Jojo now lives with her new human and another beagle named Kiki. She is leading a happy life and gets to go to interesting places almost every weekend. Jojo's stroke of good luck has made us all veery happy. And its happy endings such as this that makes us continue rescuing, treatinga nd rehoming.

Woof, Woof,

Sharmini Popiko Sasha (SPS) with tail wagging non-stop
P/S Thank you Auntie Som Ye and bless you for giving Jojo a happy home.

1 comment:

Lee said...

Very happy for Jojo. I have seen her on numerous occasion at the vet and she seems to be a very obedient dog. Good luck to her and god bless her new owner.