Soccer family for adoption - 20 March 2014
The soccer family is up for adoption. The construction site is moving early next year and said they will only be bringing two along. This means that they will only take their two favorite boys. We have decided to go ahead and try and rehome all, not leaving any one behind for them. The mummy and aunty were brought to this area by them, when we wanted to sterilize the mummy, they did not allow us, resulting in the birth of 12 puppies.
The family playing together when the puppies were younger.
We still helped them to rehome 7 of them and eventually sterilized the mummy. Out of all these, the dogs are the unsuspecting victims. We had found very good homes for the three puppies, but the workers there refused to give them up. We didn't want to pursue it as we still wanted to be allowed access to feed them, before that they had threaten to call the police on us if we trespass. Missy, too, was promised a home by the boss' son, claiming he lived in a landed house, had plenty of space for her to run about and would keep her at home to be treated as a pet.
After months of tracking Missy down, we finally found her at a construction site in Clementi. It so happened that due to complains in that area, she was caught by SPCA and eventually bailed out, she was then thrown back to this construction site to be reunited with her family. (Her so called owner, did not care if the pack there would gang up against her as she was considered foreign to them) Empty promises made, one after another, we are sick and tired of hearing all these.
Missy was promised a home by the boss' son - But it never happened
Next year they will move to Tuas, and there, there are even more dogs and we won't be able to go and feed them. What will become of them? They are super friendly, super tame and clever. You wouldn't think that they are strays!
Apart from their dirty coats, they love other people and other dogs, will make the perfect companion to anyone. This family consists of the Mama (long-coated brown female), Aunty (Short-coated black female), Miss (short-coated brown female), Big Ben (Brown/white male) and Didi (Black/white male). They are all up for adoption; we will not leave anyone behind.
Contact Details: 97659951 if you are keen to adopt.
Didi, he is more of a follower in the pack.
Aunty used to be best friends with Mama, their favorite past time would be to follow the workers there to work. As soon as Mama had given birth to the little ones, the little ones grew up and bullied her. They did not allow her to eat or drink with them.
Please ADOPT and do NOT ever get your dog at a pet shop!