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Best regards, GrASS Penang
We here at GrASS need your help to help us gather the below mentioned items to help us raise funds for our shelter and other independent pet rescuers.
For more ways on how or what items you can donate to help please visit HERE
5 Years old
Brown and black
Markings/ Distinguishing Characteristics:
Date and time
Owner Contact Information:
Yeoh Kok Sin
Nemo ran out of the house when the door didn't close properly when we went out at around 4pm on Tuesday 17-June-2013. Nemo is especially nervous around strangers and may be difficult to catch. He is not aggressive towards people or other animals. PLEASE call if you see her or are able to capture her. She is part of our family and we miss her terribly!
You are cordially invited with your four-legged friends to attend Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better's (MDDB) thanksgiving celebration as well as Mr Gwing's 1st anniversary with us this Friday August 31st.
Also in attendance are our other miracle dogs. We would also like to extend an invitation to all our volunteer rescuers, sponsors, donors and friends.
Please come and join us for a simple meal.
We are also treating your dogs to a nice pasta meal specially prepared for them.
Also at the event is the divider dog that literally stopped traffic to be rescued in Ampang.
All those who participated in her rescue as well as Uncle Wong's dog rescue – please join us as we want to thank all of you in person.
There will also be games for you and your four-legged companion to participate.
Basically, it's a day when to enjoy good food, good company and solidarity.
Date: August 31, 2012
Time: 12.30pm to 4.30pm
Location: Superpetfans Pet Centre, No. 21, Jalan PJU 5/20, The Strand Kota Damansara, 47810 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Contact Number: 03-6148 0189
SEE YOU THERE.
Cliff-hanger! Lion cub saved by mum in dramatic scenes caught on camera as he cries out pitifully for help
Last updated at 10:14 AM on 26th September 2011Clinging on for dear life to the side of a vertical cliff, the tiny lion cub cries out pitifully for help.His mother arrives at the edge of the precipice with three other lionesses and a male. The females start to clamber down together but turn back daunted by the sheer drop.Eventually one single factor determines which of them will risk her life to save the youngster – motherly love.
The drama begins: The mother arrives at the edge of the cliff as her son cries out for rescue after being trapped when he slippedOn the brink: Four lionesses look over the edge before aborting their rescue mission because of the sheer dropSlowly, agonisingly, the big cat edges her way down towards her terrified son, using her powerful claws to grip the crumbling cliff side.One slip from her and both animals could end up dead at the bottom of the ravine.Just as the exhausted cub seems about to fall, his mother circles beneath him and he is snatched up in her jaws.She then begins the equally perilous journey back to the top. Minutes later, they arrive and she gives the frightened creature a consoling lick on the head.The dramatic rescue, captured by wildlife photographer Jean-Francois Largot, was played out in Kenya's Masai Mara game reserve.Despite the presence of wardens to deter poachers, day-to-day life for the lions is not without its dangers … as the cub learned the hard way.
Rescue mission: The mother inches her way down the cliff face to rescue the terrified cub before locking him in her jaws and making her way back up the cliff face
Motherly love: The mother gives her son a lick to say that all is well in the pride following the drama
GrASS, Visit Us At Cutie Pet Fair!Cutie Pet Fair is back again!
Event: Cutie Pet Fair 2011
Location: Central Park, 1 Utama Shopping Mall, Selangor
Date: October 8 & 9, 2011 (Saturday & Sunday)
Time: 9am - 5pm
Organized by Petster Magazine, Cutie Pet Fair is one of the most fun-filled pet events with the participation of major animal welfare NGOs. There will be many merchant exhibitor booths as well, and you can even bring along your pets and take part in lots of fun challenges!
PetFinder.my will be participating in the event. We will be focusing on getting the public to sign the Stop Animal Abuse joint petition by nationwide NGOs, distribution of our PetFinder.my brochure cards and promotion of pet adoption to visitors. People can sign the petition online via our laptops, or bring home some petition forms to spread the word and get more signatures.
We will also make available some attractive merchandise for sale, where all proceeds would be distributed to other participating NGOs. NGOs present include: SPCA Selangor, PAWS, HOPE, Save A Stray, Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better, Paws Mission, Independent Pet Rescuers and AnimalCare.
Bring your furry friend along and join in the fun this weekend!
Latest Pets For Adoption - 5th October, 2011
No Name, 2 Mths
PF24462, 3 Mths
Cutie Pups Available, 1 Mth
Rocky, 10 Mths
Bessie, 4 Mths
Momo, 3 Yrs
PF24405, 3 Yrs
Parsley, 3 Mths
Ding Ding, 2 Mths
Thyme, 6 Mths
Koda, 7 Mths
Sharpei Mixed, 3 Mths
Munchkin Miko, 2 Mths
Crescent, The Egyptian Mummie, 1 Yr
Mimi & Kiki, 2 Mths
Visit PetFinder.my Now!
Attach 2 photos showing 2 nos. puppies (black n white) for
Age : 3 months old
Sex : Female (on the left) and Male (on the right)
Please remove light brown/milky patch female pup put up for
adoption early last week was adopted last Wednesday.
Thanks for your help.
Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2011 23:47:29 -0700
Dear All,Attach photo of puppy of white with light chocolate patch foradoption.Gender : FemaleAge : About 2 1/2 monthsVery affectionate and friendly.Kindly help put on your website/blog/etc for adoption.Thank you.Best rgds,
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Pets Direct Ribbon Award
Recent research is demonstrating the various benefits of companion animals to people's well-being, personal growth, and quality of life.
In order to enable their presence and ensure the harmonious companionship of animals in our lives, owners, and governments both have duties and responsibilities.
IAHAIO members have adopted five fundamental resolutions at their General Assembly, held in Geneva on 5 September 1995. IAHAIO urges all international bodies concerned and all national governments to consider and activate the following resolutions.
There is much research now available to prove that companion animals can add to the Quality of Life of the humans to whom they may provide practical assistance or therapy.
IAHAIO members believe that those who train animals and deliver the service to others must ensure the Quality of Life of the animals involved. Programmes offering animal-assisted activities or animal-assisted therapy for the benefit of others should be governed by basic standards, regularly monitored, and be staffed by appropriately trained personnel.
IAHAIO members have therefore adopted four fundamental guidelines at their General Assembly held in Prague in September, 1998. IAHAIO urges all persons and organizations involved in animal-assisted activities and/or animal-assisted therapy, and all bodies governing the presence of such programmes in their facilities to consider and abide by the following points.
Organizations adhereing to the above four guidelines will be invited to join IAHAIO as Affiliate Members.
Given the strong evidence that has accumulated in recent years demonstrating the value, to children and juveniles. of social relationships with companion animals it is important that children be taught proper and safe behaviour towards those animals and the correct care, handling and treatment of the various companion animal species.
Realising that companion animals in school curricula encourage the moral, spiritual and personal development of each child, bring social benefits to the school community and enhance opportunities for learning in many different areas of the school curriculum, IAHAIO members have adopted fundamental guidelines on pets in schools at their General Assembly, held in Rio de Janeiro in September 2001.
IAHAIO urges all school authorities and teachers, as well as all persons and organisations involved in pet programmes for schools, to consider and abide by the following guidelines:
Any programme involving personal contact between children and companion animals must ensure:
a) that the animals involved are
safe (specially selected and/or trained),
healthy (as attested by a veterinarian),
prepared for the school environment (e.g. socialized to children, adjusted to travel in the case of visiting animals),
properly housed (either in the classroom or while at home), and
always under supervision of a knowledgeable adult (either the teacher or the owner);
b) that safety, health and feelings of each child in the class are respected.
Prior to the acquisition of classroom animals or visitation of the class by programme personnel with companion animals that meet the above criteria, both school authorities and parents must be informed and convinced of the value of such encounters.
Precise learning objectives must be defined and should include:
a) enhancement of knowledge and learning motivation in various areas of the school curriculum
b) encouragement of respect and of a sense of responsibility for other life forms
c) consideration of each child's expressive potential and involvement.
The safety and well-being of the animals involved must be guaranteed at all times.
Given the scientific and medical evidence proving the beneficial effects to human health and well being arising from interactions with companion animals, given the biological and psychological evidence for the innate affinity of humans to nature, including other living beings and natural settings, the members of the International Association of Human-Animal Interaction Organizations unanimously approved the following resolution and guidelines for action at the IAHAIO General Assembly held on October 5, 2007 in Tokyo, Japan.
It is a universal, natural and basic human right to benefit from the presence of animals.
Acknowledgement of this right has consequences requiring action in various spheres of legislation and regulation. IAHAIO urges all international bodies and national and local governments:
1. To enact housing regulations which allow the keeping of companion animals if they can be housed properly and cared for adequately, while respecting the interests of people not desiring direct contact with such animals;
2. To promote access of specially selected and trained, healthy, and clean animals to medical care facilities to participate in animal-assisted therapy and/or animal-assisted activities;
3. To recognize persons and animals adequately trained in and prepared for, animal-assisted therapy, animal-assisted activity and animal-assisted education;
4. To allow the presence of companion animals in care/residential centers for people of any age, who would benefit from that presence;
5. To promote the inclusion of companion animals in the school curricula according the “IAHAIO Rio Declaration on Pets in Schools“.
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