A chick in the city trying to survive with 3 dogs, 6 cats, and a constantly changing cast of foster animals.
Tuesday, December 29, 2009
Madeleine needs a forever home
Madeleine was rescued by the kind people of Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better (MDDB) last week. She had been caught by municipal council dog catchers along with a large group of other dogs and puppies and was being held at the MPK (Majlis Perbandaran Klang) Dog Pound. Little Maddie is now staying with my during her rehabilitation. Her time at the pound was quite traumatizing and she had some insecurity issues and fear.
She's a sweet, and friendly puppy now, eager to please and learn. She loves the company of people and her new friend Molly Sue. Maddie has been through some very rough times in her young life, i expect adopters to be patient and extra gentle with her. She needs to trust you and feel safe.
Maddie doesn't like to be alone so it would be great if she could be adopted by someone with another friendly dog or someone that has time to spend at home. At the moment i am paper-training her because I am not home enough to expect her to be completely housebroken. I think Maddie may grow up to be quite a big dog so adopter should have space for her to run around in and time to take her for walks.
Vaccinations and spaying are compulsory for adoption. cost of these procedures to be borne by adopter. no caging, no tying up, no beating.
Interested parties can sms/call me at 0122917213 or Wani from MDDB at 0193576477. You may also email me. serious inquiries only please. a brief introduction of yourself and a description of your experience with dogs is appreciated.
Live in Malaysia and want to adopt? All animals featured here are rescued strays or abandoned pets.
- Set up a meeting with me and the pet of your choice. - We'll have a chat and see if you and kitty/pup are suitable for each other. - Successful adopter will then have to meet us at my vet in order to get the little tyke vaccinated. Then your new family member is yours to take home and love forever. - Cost of vaccinations and neutering to be borne by adopter. Although I do volunteer with the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA Selangor) in my free time, I am primarily an independent rescuer/fosterer. My funds are limited. - I do appreciate occasional updates and photos after a successful adoption!
Vaccinations and neutering/spaying at 6 months of age are compulsory for adoption. There are already too many stray homeless animals starving and suffering in the streets.. Don't breed. When you want more pets, you can always ADOPT from a shelter.
No cage confinement please, except in incidences of illness or injury.
Interested parties can text or email me. A brief introduction of yourself and your experience with dogs/cats is greatly appreciated.
We aren't comfortable accepting cash donations but there are other ways you can contribute! We are always in need of the following:
-Cat litter -Deworming tablets or paste for cats and dogs -Frontline spray or spot-on -Hi-Vite supplement -Old towels -Old newspapers -Cat and kitten kibble or soft food (Preferably Acana, Eagle Pack) -Dog and puppy kibble or soft food (Preferably Acana, Eagle Pack) -Rawhide bones and treats -Dog and cat toys -Cat scratching post -Collars -Food and water bowls -Disinfectant -Kitten/Puppy milk replacement formula