We brought Sai E & her 'flatmate' - Amber a.k.a FeiMui to the vet on last Sunday & Guess what? We met Umee!!! Who Umee? Umee is our beloved Blackie who has been adopted by Ms Lim from PJ. We were planning to visit Ms Lim & Umee to pass her Umee's vaccination card. End up we went to the vet on the same day, same time.
Umee has just been with Ms Lim a few weeks & can you spot the difference? She put on weight & her coat is so soft & shiny now!
She went to the vet for her 2nd vaccination & deworming.
According to Ms Lim, Umee is eating well & getting along with her Shihtzu puppy very well. Even Ms Lim's mother-in-law sayang Umee a lot & just bath her before Umee came for vaccination.
Thank you Ms Lim for giving Umee a loving home =))
By knowing that our rescued puppies have gone to loving homes actually drive us to work harder in rescuing n rehoming the strays.
Umee looks so posh with her red collar & harness!
And she is very well behaved, sitting there while waiting for Ms Lim to settle the medical bill.
Rocky: I miss you dearly, Blackie. I am happy that you have a loving owner now. Wish me luck in finding a good home!
Sai E's Bloody Stool
Finally, finally, we found out the cause of Sai E's bloody stools after a few trips to different vets!
Fyi, Sai E been having watery / muddy / bloody stool on and off since Ms Leong has been fostering her. But so far she has been eating well & active. She loves her daily walk & she is so homely now. Once she is done with her daily walking routine, she can't wait to go back to Ms Leong's house. Walking her is so easy-peasy as compared to the 1st week when we fostered her. We need to hold her & put her on the grass so that she will do her business as she refused to walk on leash.
Sai E has hookworms & that explains why she been having bloody stool on-and-off. So we need to deworm her monthly. And good news! She just got her very 1st vaccination after being a stray dog for 5 years!
Sai E showing us her 'emo' face after getting her 1st jab & dewormer
SoftBall The Smartie Pie
The fosterer (Noel) told us Softball has stop eating for 2 days although he is still running around actively. We picked him up from Noel's house & sent him to the vet on Saturday. Gosh! Looks like we are visitng the vet on a daily basis. He was having high fever & viral infection. Dr Lee said he is recovering now & enjoying his I/D canned food.
Get well soon Softball! We wish you a speedy recovery!
Oh ya... Softball is also up for adoption!
Softball is a collie-mixed that we claimed from DBKL dog pound just before CNY. He is about 3 months old & weighs around 3.1kg (only!!!). He is smart & obedient, responds to the command "come". He loves human touch & it takes only 1 milisecond to warm up with him.
Please contact Sam @ 012-2900215 if you are interested in adopting Softball.