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Thursday, November 22, 2007

DOGS ON DEATH ROW

Rescue2Rehome


ADOPTION DRIVE AT THE PUCHONG POUND
24th November 2007 0900 hrs

HELP SAVE LIVES!!! ADOPT A DOG FROM THE POUND.... Otherwise all the dogs at the Pound will be PUT DOWN!!!

Address:
No.1 Jalan Utama, Taman Perindustrian Puchong Perdana,47100.

Directions:
The location is behind the Mariamman and Perumal Hindu temple.On Jalan Puchong, heading towards Puching - pass IOI Mall which is on the opposite side of you - that means on your right.Go straight until you see Tractors Malaysia, which is around a bend - After Tractors turn left, under the bridge at traffic light turn right. Go straight until you see a mosque, across the road, take the first turning on the left. Go straight until you see MPSJ Signboard follow signboard and you will reach the temple on the right. Turn tight and go behind the temple and the pound is there.

3 comments:

Amber-Mae said...

My hoomans received a msg from one of them regarding about the 80 dogs who are going to be put down. But, how the heck are they gonna rehome them within 2 months? I know most rescuers like to force, beg & plead people to adopt them which I think it's the wrong way to do it. Coz soon these dogs are gonna be back on the streets when the new owners don't want them in the 1st place but were forced to adopt one. I hope these rescuers know what they are doing...

Love licks,
Solid Gold Dancer

Snowball said...

This is really sad. I think the stray problem is really getting out of hands everywhere.

I hope most of these dogs manage to find a home. I do agree with Amber Mae that rehoming dogs should be handled more seriously instead of just convincing people to take them in with knowing if the dogs will be given proper care for the life time.

Luv,
Snowball

Natasha Fernz said...

Hi all...

It is depressing that all these dogs were previously owned. And for them to end up in a pound is really sad.

While the dog's fate may not be guaranteed, is it right for us to just let them die? Bear in mind that the council does not euthanise the dogs humanely...

Well there's my two cents worth anyway. I just hope that the dogs get decent homes... that would be more than I can ask for...

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