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Dear Friends,

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.

The items are:

Scrap Paper
Old Newspapers
Old Magazines
Unwanted uncooked/raw Acidic Fruits ( Oranges, pineapples, lime,lemons)
Unwanted uncooked/raw fruits
Unwanted uncooked/raw Vegetables
Brown Sugar
Rice Bran
Red Earth
Glass Jars/Plastic containers with lids
Cardboard boxes (any other cardboard materials)
Aluminium Cans
Expired Food Products

For more ways on how or what items you can donate to help please visit HERE

Thursday, December 10, 2009

MDDB: Appeal

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Please help

The Klang Municipal Council will be putting 40 dogs down on the 15th. Can we all get together to save the lives of these dogs? MDDB proposes that all of us set out to find people who can take one or two of these dogs in temporarily. Once they are out of the pound, we will neuter them and get those, which are adoptable, adopted. Those that no one wants to adopt will be sent to sanctuaries as well as farms willing to take them in. Please help. By pulling off this exercise - not only are we saving their lives but also pushing across the message that Malaysians will no longer tolerate such cruelty. The local councils have no business putting dogs down when they do not have a proper system to manage the strays. They are finding the easy way out. Those willing to temporarily foster these dogs - please write to

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Please join us



Petaling Jaya, 9th December 2009 - The Woof Meow Charity Carnival is all set to take place on the 12.12.09 from 10am- 6pm at the Sports Plaza PJ (Lot 14, Jalan Bersatu Seksyen 13/4).

This fund raising event is being held to raise much needed funds to help independent pet rescuers and animal welfare organizations to continue with their efforts in addressing animal welfare issues in. Malaysia.

Proceeds of the Charity will go to the Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better and Furry Friend Farm; two animal shelters in Malaysia which practice a No-Kill policy. All proceeds will be spilt between the both of them.

This fund-raising event is led by Shyam Priah with help from friends Subashni Bahsu, Petri Marttinen and Daphne Iking– "just your simple average citizens who care about the environment and the disturbing issues that concern our society," says leader of the pack, Shyam.

Shyam and friends are no strangers to volunteering and doing their part in "giving back to the community". Early this year, they spearheaded Sampah Masyarakat, an organization to tackle the Malaysian malady of littering through voluntary cleaning efforts. Armed with only gloves, rakes and shovels, 50 kind-hearted souls cleared the rubbish and litter left behind by the 1.3 million devotees that visits Batu Caves during the annual Thaipusam celebration.

This time around, Shyam and friends were saddened by the plight of the 300 stray dogs or so, that were rounded up by Pulau Ketam residents and deported to an isolated mangrove island to fend for themselves.

Most did not survive as there is no space, no food and no water. Most died trying to swim back. Organizations like Furry Friends Farm tried to help as many dogs as they could. But there is only so much they can do with the limited funds and resources that they have.

Educating the public in the areas of pet care, importance of spaying and teaching owners on raising their pets the right way, BESIDES sheltering stray animals, requires more than just time and passion. These independent organizations often run low on funds, proving a hindrance to their efforts.

"That is why we need funds to assist them as well as to educate pet owners on responsible pet ownership, and we hope to achieve with this charity drive," adds Shyam.

The event will also see a celebrity car wash with the radio and TV personalities, led by Daphne Iking and Friends. Among those who have agreed to volunteer are Rina Omar, Amber Chia, Ben Ibrahim, David Lai as well as the top winners of the recent Malaysian Ford Models Search, Kelly Jagan and Danny Lim.

Some of the other activities besides the Carwash would be:

1. Jumble sale
2. A pet adoption drive
3. Malaysian female rally driver, Gina Finanza will be there with her rally car to talk about her career
4. A Mini owners group will be doing a drive by, titled Doggies in Minis.
5. A sassy PDRM K9 unit demo
And lots more!

The event will also see the largest honorary tribute ever done for pets in Malaysia.
The event is planned to be eco friendly by using Environmentally Friendly Cleaning Alternative soap which took 3 months to prepare!

Please help us spread this message around. We need cars and volunteers who are keen on having lots of fun with soap suds and water!

For more information, please contact:
Shyam (019 665 2387) or Daphne Iking (019 700 0066)
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Signature Campaign


ME - Dreaming of what I would do if i could sink my fangs into the local council people.

Our director of signature campaign - Ms Shalini Cheenapop Kiki-Mae

A local council dog catching team dragging a dog into their van after using a primitive stone age loop to catch the poor dog - pix taken by my human who was called a vile name for trying to save the dog.

A friend's dog which was caught and released by the dog catchers after the owner went practically on her knees begging for her pet back. They had used a wire loop which had entangled in the dog's mouth.

We are simply fed-up that local councils are still very very primitive in their methods of countering the overpopulation of strays. The best way ever would be to implement the trap-neuter-release method instead of hunting down stray dogs and sentencing them to death. But getting this across to the local councils or the state government is akin to speaking to a thick, thick, thick wall. So, we have decided to embark on a signature campaign which will be presented together with a memorandum to his Royal Highness the Sultan of Selangor. We believe that Tuanku is our only hope to make the local councils implement a more humane method, more so that we have been told that certain local councils will be using poisoned chicken parts to murder feral dogs which are difficult to catch! Please support us. MDDB has also appointed Ms Shalini Cheenapop Kiki-Mae as the coordinating director of the signature campaign. Please write to for the signature forms. The forms will be immediately mailed to you. We canines will be forever grateful if you can help us get the much needed signatures. All signatures must be accompanied with full name and identity card number. Thank you and please help us.
Woof, woof, woof,
Shamini Popiko Sasha (Ms)
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