Thursday, August 25, 2011



Dear peeps,

its been quite some time since I've reached out to you all.

Those who have been long with us will know that it was I who started the first entry in this blog appealing for help.

Anyways, I have been busy managing the people who run MDDB and this can be a very challenging task.

It saps all my energy and that is why I have had very little, or no, time at all to blog.

I am reaching out to you today after my leave of absence to tell you of our plan to have a jumble sale at every adoption drive starting next month.

We owe our vets far too much and need to raise funds to pay them as donations are insufficient due to our added expenses.

This is because we have had many accident victims in addition to rescues that require neutering and vaccination.

We also need RM600 for rental, RM100 for electricity, RM250 for water and RM2,300 for our three helpers every month.

To make matters worse, we had to fix a CCTV unit at our half way home and the entire set including high definition cameras cost us some RM2,700 - luckily the nice man who owns the company has allowed us to make monthly installments over several months.

Coming back to our jumble sale, I Shamini Popiko Sasha a.k.a The Growling Shadow, would be personally grateful if you would send your unwanted items our way.

We are sure that we can sell these things and raise the much needed funds.

If you have anything to donate, please call my secretary at 019-3576477, my personal assistant at 012-3739007 or my manager at 017-2081844 or write to

Thank you.

Woof, Woof

Shamini Popiko Sasha (Ms) a.k.a The Growling Shadow

Semenyih Puppy Update


Remember the Semenyih puppy that was so fierce that it was difficult to handle him?

Well, we've been told by his fosterer that he is doing well and receptive towards people now.

This was not the case when we went to the clinic to get him last week or when we had visited him soon after his rescue.

He nearly chomped our fingers off and we had to get the vet and vet assistant to help put him into a carrier for Derene to take him back home to Kuantan.

Apparently, he's slowly turning into an adorable boy and this means we can finally put him through a thorough veterinary examination.

Here's what Derene says:

Puppy's condition is improving very fast. He's getting very playful and demanding. We normally let him play on the floor while we watch TV, and he'll go to our feet and treat them as his chew toys. When my dad is feeding our other dogs, he'll bark non-stop to let him know that he wants to eat too. He loves it when we scratch his tummy, and will roll over whenever we go near him. =)
He's still a little nervous when carried. Before picking him up, we'll have to put our hands beneath his body and wait for him to move into a comfortable position. He won't struggle and cry if he's picked up like that. He no longer need to wear a muzzle.

When he wants to poo poo and pee, he'll let us know by crying and crawling away from his towel.

He's really a sweetheart.

Thank you Derene, you're a sweetheart too for being there with and for us from the time we started. May you have all the good things in life.


Wednesday, August 24, 2011


Our noseless dog MIMI CHITTA is well and ready to be discharged from the vet. We now have to look for a place for her as we are unsure if we want to send her back to where she was so brutally maimed.
Her owner says she is willing to take MIMI CHITTA back but told us that we should give her away if someone else wants her.
However, they want MIMI CHITTA's mother MA BARKER back.
MIMI CHITTA has learnt to cope with her disability and eats well.

MIMI CHITTA - cannot be confined so she's seen here sulking in a corner at the clinic.

However, MIMI CHITTA needs to be shown a lot of affection as she is very distrustful of strangers.
She cannot be tied up and has the doggie skills to break out from any cage and this is something she must have picked-up from her notorious mother MA BARKER.
Those willing to give a shot at fostering MIMI CHITTA please call 019-3576477 or write to

The notorious MA BARKER - taught her daughter to breakout from cages.