Saturday, October 8, 2011
1) Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) will hold an adoption drive and fund raising event at Summit Subang Jaya tomorrow between 11.30am to 7.30pm. More than 20 dogs and puppies will be made available for adoption there. MDDB will also be giving out reading material about the Trap-Neuter-Release- Manage (TNRM) system and explaining to members of the public what it is and how they can participate. There will also be an pictorial exhibition on animal cruelty. We will be at the main entrance.
2) MDDB will also be at the Cutie Pet Fair at One Utama tomorrow. A smaller number of puppies and a pictorial exhibition on animal cruelty will also be held there. We will also be raising funds to meet our escalating veterinary bills.
Please join us.
Details: 019-3576477, 012-3739007, 017-2081844
Jaine, had the shock of her life late this morning when she saw someone dumping a mother dog and five pups near Goodyear Court 10 in USJ Subang Jaya.
According to her, a white Toyota Harrier bearing registration number WQB 288 stopped and let the mum and pups out of the car.
The puppies were less than a month old. Jaine was too shocked to take photographs but went back to look for the dogs - but could not find them. Jaine says the mother is short legged and a mix of brown and white.
It rained heavily after that and we hope the puppies and their mother are safe. We will go in search for the doggie family but need people to also search the locality.
This is a good example of how pathetic and wicked some people are - ITS YOUR PET - YOU MADE THE MISTAKE OF NOT NEUTERING THE POOR DOG YOU DUMBASS, WHY PUNISH THE DOG AND ITS VERY YOUNG PUPPIES?
We have heard first account narration of how people have seen idiots throwing dogs out of their cars on highways. Apparently, this is to prevent the dog from finding its way home.
PLEASE CIRCULATE THIS AS WIDELY AS POSSIBLE. DOG ABUSERS MUST BE SHAMED! WQB 288 SHAME ON YOU!
Next time you see anything like this or any other form of abuse - PLEASE TAKE PICTURES FOR EVIDENCE.
Thursday, October 6, 2011
We have many puppies and dogs looking for homes.
Young dogs have been neutered and vaccinated.
There will also be a jumble and merchandise sale to raise funds for MDDB's veterinary bills which currently stand at RM67,000 as well payment of half-way-home (RM600) and utilities (RM250).
MDDB is also in need of supplies such as dog and puppy food, cat and kitten food, rice, detergent, bleach, old newspapers and cat and dog shampoo.
Those wanting to donate in cah and kind can drop of their contribution at the venue.
For details, call 019-3576477,017-2081844 or 012-3739007.
Please also visit www.malaysiandogsdeservebetter.blogspot.comor MDDB’s Facebook page to read about MDDB’s rescue work.
We will also be at the Cutie Pet Fair on SATURDAY and SUNDAY. An adoption drive, fund raising and merchandise sale will also be held there.
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
"Last night, a medium sized female dog was found at one of the main road in ss18 (by the high school). The dog was tied in a plastic bag and then into a sack and left to die by the bushes. Had it not struggled momentarily, I would not have noticed the random bag on the street moving weirdly and it would have been left there to die in such a cruel manner. With the help of my parents and 2 other friends, who drove all the way from Kota Damansara as soon as they heard - we managed to get the dog out from the bag. She was so skinny, obviously abandoned and was hanging on to dear life. She was black and white, with very pretty eyes. We took her to the vet at around 2:30am. Unfortunately, she didn't make it through the night. "
Thank you Leanne and Kimberly and parents for caring. Bless all of your compassionate hearts.
Monday, October 3, 2011
Please do not give up on animals which need your help. Some may not make it even after you've tried your best - but there are some that will fight against the odds and show you that they are true survivors. All it takes is a little love and compassion.
Mr Gwing is physically handicapped. He was found at the Semenyih market and was frightened of people and very aggressive. he was not able to move at all but after TLC from our fosterer Derene - Mr Gwing has taught us that valuable lesson of not giving up on any animal no matter how hopeless the situation may seem.
Precious was an accident victim who had been lying in a coma in the blistering sun near the Puspakom building in Shah Alam. A good Samaritan had alerted us to her. She had no bowel control and her tummy was swollen with feces and urine. Thanks to our dedicated vets, Precious came out of the coma but her eyesight was compromised due to her severe head injuries. Precious also suffered some brain damage. She was first fostered by our friend Ruth Hammond (who has also adopted another one of our disabled dogs Maya) and is now living with our Irene. She has regained some of her eyesight and leads a happy life with her housemates.