Saturday, July 9, 2011
Motherless puppies found near Tesco Klang AND FRIM puppies
These seven puppies were found near Tesco Klang making a lot of noise probably because they were hungry. They mother were nowhere to see even though the person who went to pick them looked around and waited at the area for a while. We reckon the mother must have been caught by the local council dog catchers. This is not the first time we have found motherless puppies. Although we normally wait for puppies to be at least 2 months before putting them up for adoption, we are going to put these little fellows up for adoption at the Summit Subang Jaya because we think they will fare better with individual care and attention. Those who cannot adopt them can also foster these poor puppies. The vet says they are about five weeks old and can eat canned puppy food. We also have another batch of six five week old puppies rescued from the Forest Research Institute of Malaysia's secondary jungles in Kepong. The dogs there are currently in danger of being removed and we are trying hard to seek a dialogue with the management to allow us to initiate TNRM there given that the joggers who go there every morning can be requested to become our feeders. They too will be available for adoption tomorrow - as well as need fostering.