Thursday, December 3, 2009



Dear all,

we have brought forward our adoption drive by a week due to other events that we have to attend next week.

Besides having our usual adoption drive - we will also be raising funds to go towards the acupuncture and physiotherapy treatment for Kramer - the four-month-old puppy suffering from nerve injury.

Kramer was hit by the moving electric gate at his human's house. Not able to care for him anymore - his humans surrendered him to us and we hope to do everything possible to try to get his hind legs working again.

The vet says that Kramer is suffering from a nerve injury which could be reversible.

We are thankful that he is not paralysed and has good bowel movement as well as some leg movements.

Come to our adoption drive venue to meet little Kramer.

Those wanting to donate canned and dry dog food, rice, dog shampoo, towels and toys to the MDDB half-way home can also drop the items off at the adoption drive.

See you there.

Date: Sunday, Dec 6

Time: 11.30am to 7.00pm

Location: SUMMIT SUBANG JAYA. Near the Starbucks enterance


Anonymous said...

Dear all,

In reaction to the email which was sent to us, my wife and i decided to visit the adoption drive at Summit subang Jaya and meet little Kramer. As expected we immediately fell in love with the little fellow. Being a physiotherapist myself, i examined Kramer and he showed at least some movements of his hind legs up till a certain extend. I guess it is for sure worthwhile to treat the little fellow with physiotherapy and acupuncture as he has gross muscle atrophy due to inactivity.
My wife and i decided to help Kramer by taking care of all his medical bills in the future and we hope to keep you informed about his progress.

Regards to all your dog lovers out there,

Rasika and Norbert Mohnen

Anonymous said...

My wife and I were there as well to visit little Kramer as well.

A cute pup really. Hope he recovers soon.

Anonymous said...

Yes!.. We visit Kramer during the adoption drive, we can feel that Kramer's leg have a mild reaction when we hugging him. His bottom and the tail part hurt due to the scratching on the floor when he walking using 2 front legs.. so haert pain when seeing this..

Keep the good work Rasika & Norbert Mohnen!! We really hope to see he can come out from the suffering. He is really an active and adorable little puppy.

Waiting for your good news,
Vinnie and Kenneth