This is my hungry, mournful look
Rupert , we suspect, was an abused dog. We picked him up from the DBKL pound. He was going to be put to sleep and while we usually turn a blind eye, we just had to take him away. We admit, he has been a challenge. He had skin problems, behavioural issues and pulled on a leash like a fiend.
However, with time, we realised that while he hates the leash, he can heel. His skin problems cleared up to reveal a striking and glossy coat. HIs behavioural issues were likeyl due ot his previous abusers and he is much, much better now. We haven’t heard him howl in ages.
If there are any among you would have the extra understanding required to take Rupert on, please schedule and appointment to meet him. He would thrive indoors and out, so he’s the right kind of dog for a family who cannot keep a dog indoors all the time.
Rupert was adopted last weekend by my friend and his family. I was especially careful to warn them about his unpredictability on leash, and guess what?!?!? The creature goes and walks PERFECTLY with them! He didn’t pull or struggle. He followed them happily and only jumped a couple fo times. Made me feel totallu inadequte and ‘tak pro’. Since then, my mum has come across Sital walking Rupe around Melawati a couple of times, and each time she says he’s doesn’t look like the same dog.
Guess he’s happy. And we are so pleased for them all. Thank you for giving him a chance at a home with lots of exercise, a huge garden and a patient family.
i am so so good...
This little tyke here is Dawson. He has the typical Beagle wanderlust combined with the Daschund playfulness. It has caused him quite a bit of trouble as he was hit by a car not long after we took him in. He was found wandering aimlessly in SG Long wearing a collar.
Anyway, Dawson is good and ready to find a permanent home with people who have the energy to win his trust.
If you have the time and energy to give him chance, please contact us.
After being with us for almost a year, Dawson has been adopted. May Chee and her family seem to be the perfect family for Dawson as they are homschooled, hence will have plenty of time to enjoy having a dog. We are so happy for Dawson and grateful to May Chee for giving him a chance at a loving home.
Looking for Yummy Mummy
This rare Chocolate Mackeral Tabby boy is what we call a ladies man. Charming and sauve, he really loves females; two and four legged. He also had a sorry beginning but we like to focus on the positive! He’s more than ready to find a new pad to grace. Someone who unserstands understated style and sophistication would be perfect.
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Tagged Adoption, cat
Our new address as of December 2008 will be
no16, Jalan Bandar 2, Taman Melawati
We will be on the same row as the Post Office.
In order to minimise our workload, we’re having a MOVING OUT SALE. We’d like to sell off our existing stock so we have less to move. Almost everything will be on discount! All small animal, cat and dog related items will have 20% OFF. Reptile things will have a 50% dfiscount. (URINE OFF and STURDI products are not included.)
We would also like to appeal to loving families to consider adopting our cats and kittens. To enhance the attractiveness of our lovely rescues, we’re offering the 3kg Back to Basics Natural Premium Cat Food at only RM45 (normal price rm64) for every cat that finds a home. All our rescues are toilet trained, neutered and vaccinated. (This offer starts to day and end when we are in the new premises.)
VILLA SRI KUCING WILL BE CLOSED FROM 27TH OCT TO 30TH NOV
We’re gonna miss this place.
And we’d like to thank our lovely landlord, Mr LEW KIM SANG.
You’ve been a top bloke.
Today we neutered Blossom (F, tortoiseshell and white) and her five kittens, Squirrel (F, brown ticked tabby), Ebony (F, black), Tiger (F, calico patch tabby), Rex (M, reb tabby and white) and Meadow (F, tortoiseshell). They will be ready to go to new homes in one weeks time. Please pass the word around.
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Tagged alter, desex, neuter, spay
CARLOS WAS ADOPTED TODAY!!!
This is Carlos today. He’s over 5.5kg and a real charmer.
We found him several months ago, on the way to Dr Hasnul’s. We’re not really sure why we noticed him as he was more of a crumpled orange heap half in a drain. But notice him we did. We figured we’d be taking hom to be PTS humanly. The vet said he was dehydrated, emaciated and had been hit by a car.
Through sheer will, he pulled through. Admittedly, his vet bill has been hard on our pockets, but he is really worth it. Now that he is better, he is a joy to have around. Any family lucky enough to adopt him will be blessed by his friend personality and comical nature.
He flops over for tummy rubs, and will let you comb and bath him without the slightest resistance. He gets on well with other cats provided they are not dominant males. He also has a soft spot for small fluffy dogs and babies.
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Everyone knows Nasi Lemak Antarabangsa in Kampung Baru, right? Well, most people stop at a plate or two of the stuff, but my mum cannot. She had to go and buy some jagung from across the street. And she just had to look at the injured cat resting at the foot of a streetlight.
So this is the story of how Kashmir joined us. She was pregnant, injured (most likely hit by a vehicle) and bleeding. Mum popped her in the car, and Bel (on holiday with Jed in tow) gave her the once over.
Over the next few days, she miscarried and passed little lifeless lumps of blue. We were sad but realised it was probably inevitable. However, she pulled through and is our resident Houdini. She also has a weakness for dog food (don’t ask!).
She is also looking for a good home. As she is fine with other cats and children, she is the ideal housepet for a family. So, in the word of the great ABBA, go on and “Take a chance on me.” (DId I mention that the whole family, from grandparents to grandchildren, have been to the cinema to watch Mamma Mia!, twice?)
Kashmir was adopted along with Coco, yesterday by three office mates who wanted some office cats to keep them company while they work. We’re so happy for these two cats.
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Tagged for adoption
Taken on his lucky day
One stormy night, a impossibly small and wet kitten crawled up my drive and braved my two dogs and three enormous cats to mew at my front door. The thunder was so loud, us adults didn’t hear a thing. Trust Bern to have his ‘sharp eyes’ open. He noticed the little sodden creature and asked me for the key to the front door. I was a little perturbed and ask him, “What for?”
“There’s a kitten outside of course!” Of course. What else could it be o.0 ? Anyway, properly chastised, I dutifully went to verify his story. True enough, a kitten (and that is a bit of exaggeration, for it was really itty bitty) was mewing at the doorstep.
Obviously, in it came. We nursed it, not expecting it to survive, but survive it did. We called him Kaiser after the Germanic Emperors for his regal bearing and dignity.
Well, today is his lucky day, COZ HE GOT ADOPTED! By a truly wonderful lady called Pia Zain. SKaiser is proof that ‘happy ever afters’ do happen.
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Tagged Adoption, cat, kitten
Roxie delivered four fabulous babies. One tuxedo girl (Zara), a black and white boy (Billabong), a brown ticked tabby and white girl (Dorothy Perkins) and finally, a silver ticked tabby boy (Quicksilver). Can you guess the theme behind their name ?