Thursday, April 8, 2010


The Mange Brothers

Dear people,
MDDB will be holding its monthly adoption drive this Sunday. We still have the Selayang and Klang puppies for adoption in addition to those rescued off the streets. Among the pups and dogs available for adoption this Sunday are three out of the four mange brothers from the Puchong pound. The mange brother with the worst skin condition was adopted last month. We were very touched when the family, which adopted him, selected the puppy that was that had the worst skin condition amongs all the puppies there. Their contention was that they were there to help us by giving one of the rescued puppies a home and the best way to do that would be to take the one that needed help the most. He is now much better with his hair growing back. Hopefully more people like this familiy would come to our adoption drive this Sunday.
Date: Sunday, April 11
Venue: Summit Subang Jaya, near the Starbucks enterance.
Time: 11.00am to 7.00pm
Details: 019-3576477, 012-3739007, 017-2081844

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Need Help

Dear people,

our finances are in the red again - and when we say red - we mean dark dark red. We owe a lot of vets money and have also used up our resources to pay for medicines and vitamins for our rescued puppies and dogs. We also need to pay our rental, utilities as well as helpers' allowance. The Klang and Selayang puppies, especially, took-up most of our resources as most of them had been very very ill.

Here what we need money for.

1) This old girl, now named Shriya, was found wailing and crying, in a car park in Subang Jaya. She was rescued by a motorist who had parked her car there and handed over to us. She is under the care of one of our fosterers and was recently diagnosed with failing kidneys. We need to put her on prescription food and kidney supplements which are both very expensive. Shriya is about 8 years old.

2) Senior White, Ms Husky and Forrest are still at the vets because they are not completely well. They have been there from the day of the rescue and we reckon their treatment and boarding is going to cost us. We have already paid the vet partially for the other pups admitted there including Ebony who had to undergo a blood transfusion.

3) Rolex too is at the same vet and he apparently has other healh issues including veneral disease. The treatment for that is quite expensive and we have to raise money for that as well.

3) Remember Lester? He too is still admitted at the vet's for various other problems and we reckon that he is going to cost us thousands as his treatment was extensive. The vet says he is having tick fever and cannot put on weight eventhough he eats a lot.
4) We have no picture here but a old male dog was rescued in Section 19, Subang Jaya and admitted at Mayo Clinic in Taipan. We owe the vet about RM1,400 for heartworm treatment, vaccination, castration and boarding. He has since been sent to the Furry Friend's Farm.

5) We still have our pups who have either been rescued from the pounds or off the streets that are suffering from either distemper, parvo or demodex that are still with us. In addition to that we also have several mother dogs awaiting neutering.
Please help us raise some funds. Details are as follows:

Cheques in favour of:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd (654290-T)

and mail it to:

c/o No 48, Jalan Jeriji U8/75C, Bukit Jelutong, 40150, Shah Alam, Selangor.

Or bank into:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd

Public Bank Account Number: 3151793708.

Details: 019-3576477, 012-3739007


KTM has not been eating the last two days and is in a very bad mood. He is not allowing the vet to go anywhere near him - I think he fears being locked-up. We are also worried that he may have contracted distemper or something while at the pound as he was there for about a week. He would be better off being fostered by a family - we will provide food and medicine - any takers? He is very depressed.

Sunday, April 4, 2010


Dear people,

sorry for the delay in updates. Have been busy taking care of some puppies down with distemper and parvo. Anyway, the KTM dog, that we have named KTM, is doing well and getting over his fear of people. He has a hearty appetite and this is a good sign. We have are also currently working on what we plan to do next in order to seek justice for KTM. We will keep everyone updated. Meanwhile, here are some pictures.
BTW Mr Soh of the DVS called and said that they want to take action but we would have to surrender the dog to them. What do you all think? Should we surrender vthe dog to DVS to allow them to see of they can take action or should we pursue the matter on our own? Feedback please.