Saturday, December 19, 2015

Ai Ai for adoption / Fosterer needed

Ai Ai was rescued a few months back and have been in a foster home. She was one of the stray that we were regularly feeding and we decided to rescue her because she is so short and small and always like to sleep under the containers. Her sister has already been rolled over by a container truck. 
Ai Ai is less than 15kg and have a statute of a Dauschund, she is half the size of the a normal mongrel and is super cute. We are looking for a fosterer for Ai Ai because although she is sweet, however we are having a hard time getting her to walk on a leash. She will suit an experienced family who is able to have more patience to slowly teach her how to walk on a leash and it will be good if the family has 1 other dog.
Ai Ai is a very cheerful and calm girl with a great personality. About 2 years of age, she is perfectly healthy and has been sterilized. Ai Ai is great with dogs and is currently outdoor trained. She takes some time to warm up to new people, but once she does, she has proven to be sweet and loyal to the humans she is familiar with. Ai Ai has a healthy appetite and is not fussy with food. This gentle girl is easy to care for, hardly barks, and will sleep quietly at home while she waits for you to return. 

Please help us share to find a foster home for Ai Ai, it hasn't been easy for us to find more fosterer to help our dogs! 

If you are able to provide a home environment to help us train Ai Ai or is thinking about a foster-to-adopt situation, it can be discussed! 

Please give us a call at 97659951

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Farewell our Beloved Junior

To the best friend Junior could ever have. 
Its been a hard time for all of us, these months of anticipation, waiting. 
Its been harder on you Val. Just doesn't seem fair that the youngest of the pack would be the first to leave. It just seems like yesterday when he was a frisky pup, playing tag with his lovely bright eyes, ever so curious and inquisitive, his antics many in the loop would remember.
Alas, that flame of brightness snuffed out, betrayed by his own body. No matter how advanced technology can be, some things we cannot but accept that its time for him to rest his little body, so tired after fighting so hard. 

Thank you dearest Val for being there for him, with him, carrying him. 
You were his legs when he could no longer stand, you were his will, when his was weak. You were his strength when his could no longer support. We could not ask for more and we know, neither could he. 
I had prayed that when we let him in your life those years ago, it would be a long, comfortable, lovely one for him full of adventure and walks, and he did have all of them except perhaps it wasn't as long as we had planned. 

Who would have known that then, but now, knowing that in such short time, he would fly back to God, we would not have wanted any other because he had the best friend he could ever wanted. 
You always said he was your Brave Knight but really Val, you are his Brave Knight. You shielded him and kept him safe, thought of him first before all else. 
At his weakest, you stood strong like a tower. So if we had to do it all over again, knowing the end result, it would have been the same. He would still have been yours. It was meant to be. 
The Rats Pack bid farewell to one of their first. It is apt he was cremated at Seletar for that was where he found his pack of friends. Junior would have wanted you to have this. Just as the HomelessInSeletar blog always told their story, so too the same blog sends you his love and his thoughts.