Monday, June 20, 2011
A lady came all the way from Seri Petaling to meet us at one of our adoption drives and told us about this dog which was kept tied-up behind some houses.
The only shelter the poor dog had was a gap in some broken concrete slabs that made-up the pavement in the backlane. We knew that if we go there and look for the owner, the dog may be dumped elsewhere.
So, we did what we usually do under such circumstances - we dognapped. When our dognapping squad arrived at the scene, the dog was more than happy to allow herself to be dognapped. She never made a sound as our squad members sprung her free and took her back.
One of the squad members made a grissly discovery when he bathed her the following morning. She had open sores near her teats and they were filled with maggots!
We initially thought it was mamarry gland tumour but it was diagnosed as being mere abcess - perhaps due to being cut by the broken concrete.
She has since been treated for the wounds but the vet now says she has some kidney problems. She has been at the vet for about three months now and we need help with her bills. Fortunately, we have found someone who will take her in once her condition stabilizes. Those wanting to help please call 012-2052906012-2052906012-2052906 or 012-3739007. Details: 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.
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