Noah's Residents

Noah's Residents

Monday, June 10, 2013

Bonnie & Clyde a pair of Cross Pomeranians kept in a cage 24 hours a day

Noah's Ark received a call informing us that a family kept a pair of crossed Pomeranians kept in a cage 24 hours a day.

Our volunteer, Tye went to check on the dogs and to his horror - the two dogs were kept together in a small cage and they hardly had space to move. They were covered with pee and their fur were badly matted.
When Tye asked why they were kept in such condition for a long time? One of the parent said "My daughter got tired of the dogs, and we just left it in the cage". (excuses excuses excuses)

This is not the right way to treat a living being. The way they have treated the dogs are like disposals.

Despite what the two dogs went through and being kept in a cage, they have very sweet temperament and so trusting towards people. They are friendly and happy go lucky little ones.

Friday, June 7, 2013

The street is not their home

On Friday, 7 June - a kitten was rescued from a warong in Muar. (Warong is a Malay word means small eating kiosk)

A customer spotted this kitten at a corner of the shop and was told that she might have been hit by a motorcyclist, that was in the morning.

In the evening, she went back there again to check and the kitten was still in the same position, motionless.
The customer, contacted Puan Mariam and brought the kitten to Noah's Ark ABC Clinic (ABC stands for Animal Birth Control).

Immediately, she was given a drip, pain killer, antibiotic and a liquid diet.

Her left hind leg was broken and badly infected. Due to the kitten's weak condition, we cant arrange to amputate her hind leg, we need to boost her immune up first.

This beauty is a cross Persian and we have named her Putri (means Princess).
Update on Putri on 9 June 2013