Sunday, January 31, 2010

CINDY

CINDY IN DEC - BADLY WANTING TO BE RESCUED
AT THE VET'S AFTER HER RESCUE
RECUPERATING AT THE VET'S
CINDY'S NEW FAMILY MEMBERS COAXING HER TO WALK OUT OF THE CLINIC
FINALLY ON HER WAY HOME.

WE have some good news too today. Remember Cindy Cinderella, the dog that wanted so much to be rescued when AnimalCare volunteers carried out their rescue at the Klang Pound in Dec? But they were not able to take her because of her facial injuries as there were no vets at the place the dogs were being taken to. When we heard this we offered to take her in and treat her. We were told by the vet that her facial injuries were probably acid scalds. However, Cindy had tested negative for parvo, distemper and heartworm. When Cindy went in for spaying, the vet discovered that she had already been spayed. So, we believe Cindy must have been someone’s pet. Anyway, one of our friends and supporter Ms Kalpana offered to adopt Cindy and came to collect her today. Initially Cindy was frightened to leave the clinic but after some coaxing, she followed Kalpana into her car. Kalpana took Cindy to her regular vet and was told everything was fine with Cindy. Cindy merely had a slight mite problem and would be going in for her first round of vaccination next week. We are happy things worked out well for Cindy Cinderella. She is one of the luckiest rescues from the pound. Please help by giving another dog at the pound the same opportunity Cindy Cinderella was given. We will vaccinate and spay the dog for you. Call 019-3576477.

2 comments:

Princess Jennifer said...

I am so, so, so glad to hear/read this. I thought there would be scar on Cindy's face or her eye would be blind. But it seems like everything is fine for her. Thanks god!
And I hate the MPK dog catchers who simply catch dogs as Cindy could be someone else beloved pet as she has been spayed before. =(

Anonymous said...

Cinderalla looks so beautiful now that her scars have healed. Am happy that there are no lasting physical scars nor was Cinderalla blinded by the acid. Truly a good ending to what had earlier been a sad story of neglect, cruelty and indifference. Karma will take care of everything ultimately. Meanwhile, on this plane, thank you to you and Animalcare for caring and giving Cinderalla a chance to have a happy life and to enrich Miss Kalpana's life too. Keep up the good work.