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Tuesday, January 30, 2007




I have been a bit lazy with blogging of late... But anyway here are some pictures of Lucky, the little stray puppy I picked up 2 months ago. He is doing really well, though he's still a bit timid. He has also grown quite significantly since I first had him. He was about 3kgs then, and he is now 10.5 kgs!!! He's very playful and is quite naughty too... but I have a soft spot for him although I had told myself that I wasn't going to get attached to him...

Anyway here are some pictures of Cleo playing with Lucky...

Lucky, inspecting my Basil plant

Lucky chasing Cleo

Cleo chasing Lucky
Lucky, standing in my flower bed...

Cleo, cooling herself down after all that rough play...

(note: Lucky chewed her swimming pool to bits, so she has to use a basin that's too small for her)

Cleo having some "ice"

Lucky stealing Cleo's ice cubes!


Other than that, I have also had the opportunity to visit Babe. For those of you who don't know who Babe is, she was a lovely little dog that I found in October. And she has to be one of the luckiest dogs ever as she actually managed to be re-united with her owners!!!

Read Babe's story:

Here are some pictures of Babe and her Granny and Ben the Baby.


Ann and Ben

Thursday, January 18, 2007


Extracted from the Remember Sheena Campaign

Joy's Birthday Bash on Saturday, January 20

Many of you have enquired about Joy and we are glad to report, by the Grace of God, he is doing fine. He has put on weight and eating well. Furry Friends Farm also want to explain that the vets did look into making an artificial jaw for Joy but decided against it because it would have been uncomfortable or possibly even painful at first.

Their main concern in the early stages was for Joy to eat. The first few days were critical. He was only skin and bones when first rescued and coupled with the trauma of the attack and surgery there were fears he would not eat or respond to medication.

Fortunately Joy's recovery was marvellous.The healing of his tongue was a miracle. It was full of lumps, clots and lacerations the doctors feared they would have to remove that too. But the tongue miraculously healed itself without them having to do anything.

Those of you who are not familiar with Joy's story, may read about him in the Star newspaper. Here are the online links:



RSC and FFF thanks all of you for your prayers. God loves all His creatures - big and small. This is a picture of Joy. He is having a marvellous time alternating between the Farm and a family that loves to have him over often. Joy is quite the "star" now after some visits to the schools where children were moved by his story.

People need not worry that he is tired out by appearances because Joy also gets plenty of rest and leisure time. If you look at the photo, his lower molars are all intact. He has lost the lower front teeth where the jaw was removed.

Joy is having a birthday bash:
Date: Saturday, January 20, 2006
Time: 7pm - 9pm
Venue:Pusat Penjaja Jinjang Utara, Jalan Jinjang, 52000 Kuala Lumpur.
It is sponsored by Madam Lucia Foo the hawker centre's Managing Director.

Sketches of Joy done by a professional artiste with the messages LOVE HEALS and LOVE CONQUERS will be unveiled at the party. These sketches will be on children's pencil cases, among other things.

Write to if you need directions.

FFF would like to thank all of you who sent in donations for Joy and the Farm. There are a couple of cheques written with the name "POEZEN BOOT" as two separate words. Unfortunately FFF can't bank in these cheques because the name has to be spelt as ONE word. If you can resend with the correct name, would be grateful.

Otherwise just come to the party and you can make a donation there or bring a gift of pet food, etc.Those who have already donated please come and see for yourself Joy's progress. Your letters, donations and prayers have been the result of why she and FFF is doing so well. THANK YOU!


This dog has been found
Please help locate this dog. It is crucial that this dog gets home as it's blind! Spread the word, someone could have seen this dog...


Hi everyone,

It has been ages since I've posted anything, but I have been really busy... I'm not even in the country at the moment and am missing my Cleo dreadfully...

In any event, there are loads of doggies and kitties available for adoption. So please give them a good home!

Monday, January 01, 2007


Happy New Year!!!

& a rather belated Christmas greeting!

Here's hoping that the year ahead will bring much joy and happiness to everyone.

And also to all the doggies and cats that are out there, here's hoping that all of you find good homes real soon.

If any of you are interested in adopting a pet, please visit