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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

Wednesday, June 23, 2010



Monday, June 21, 2010


Dear people,

as all of you know MDDB's rescue work is never ending with puppies and dogs being taken off the streets almost on a daily basis. But we have also been rescuing from the pound and most of the puppies rescued come with distemper or parvo. We keep them at our quarantine center and treat them for at least six months before they are ready for adoption. We currently have several such older puppies and are in need of your help to pay for their medical needs. Those who are coming here through Malaysiakini - WELCOME. Please go through our blog and every little help we get from you would be greatly appreciated. Here are the young ones that currently need your help. All have been vaccinated and neutered.
Besides, them we also have younger puppies as well as an accident victim at the Mayo Veterinary clinic in Subang Jaya to care for. Updates on that later.
This is Mona and she is one of the last two surviving puppies from the Klang pound rescue that were still under our care. Mona tested positive for distemper after her rescue and had all the clinical signs. She was one of the five distemper puppies fostered by Mandy and was returned to us about three months ago after she tested negative for the deadly infection. All the other four had succumbed to distemper with Mona being the only survivor from the group of five. Since she was on a drug regime to counter distemper, Mona developed demodex and is now under treatment. We believe we would need to treat Mona for demodex for only two months going by the six months we took to treat Luca, whose condition was really severe.
Mona's side profile
This is Queen and her feline friend Tommy. Queen and her two siblings were born to a six month old pup during its first heat. The family was rescued by by a MDDB supporter from Kajang anout a year ago. They were directly brought to our vet in Klang and two of the pups, including Queen, and the mother tested positive for distemper. One puppy died, whilst the mum, Queen and the other sibling survived. Only Queeen had skin problems after the treatment. Her sibling lives with her human family in Sri Petaling, whilst her mother was adopted by a family in PJ. Queen is currently in the final phase of her demodax treatment and we hope to rehome her and Tommy together. Tommy was given to us as a kitten by a family that had seriously neglected him.
Tommy and Queen - best of friends
This is Monique. Monique and her sister were given to us when they were about a month old by independent rescuer Eileen Ng. Both pups were suffering from a severe skin disorder whereby the mites were actually found under the skin layer. The vet had advised for the pups to be put to sleep. Soon after that they tested positive for parvo and Monique's sister did not make it. Monique was in a worst off condition than her sister but we were determined to ensure that she survived. We got the vet to put her on drips and nursed her at our half-way-home around the clock whilst the vet made daily house calls to check on her. Today she is a vibrant and highly excitable puppy who is out of quarantine and ready for adoption.
Monique again.
This is Kapi who was rescued from Kapar. She was rescued together with her mum and four siblings. All had severe skin problems with Kapi and her mother being the worst. All have been adopted and her mother sent to live on a durian farm in Raub. Mum dog, who had no fur at all at the time of rescue, is healthy now and is very happy in her new home. Kapi, meanwhile, is getting better by the day and her skin is improving by the day. She is a very clever young dog who can open her cage and she often does this. Her favourite activity is letting herself out of the cage and 'partying' when no one is at the half-way-home.
Naughty but clever Kapi.
This is Mimi and she was given to us by a pork seller who was advised to put her to sleep because she tested positive for distemper. The pork seller refused to tell us where he got her from and we didn't ask him too much questions for fear that he may change his mind about giving her to us. She was about two months when she came to us. The intensive distemper treatment has resulted in her suffering from skin problems as well. Mimi is very shy and came out of quarantine about 4 months ago. Mimi again
Mimi lagi
Pogo was rescued from being caught by the Klang dog catchers by a Klang resident some months ago. He was the only one who managed to escape. He had severe skin problems and had been treated for it. He is in the final stage of his treatment and is ready for adoption.
Pogo lagi
This is Tiger. He too was rescued by a Klang resident from the dog catchers noose. He suffers from mange and is currently undergoing treatment. He is a very hyper fellow and loves his evening play sessions at the half-way-home garden. He has at least to to three more months of treatment before his skin condition gets better.
Tiger again
This is Shankar and together with Mona is the last of the Klang pound pups still with us. He suffered from parvo and corona virus upon his rescue. He had had an existing skin condition which became worse during his treatment and subsequent treatment. The vet told us he has no lesions anymore and his fur would probably grow back in a month or two with treatment.
Please help us help these pups. We are in the red after paying for Lester's treatment and are depending on your generosity to help these unfortunate young canines. To those who came here from Malaysiakini - please go through our blog and feel free to call any of the numbers to speak to us.

Cheques in favour of:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd (654290-T)

and mail it to:

c/o No 48, Jalan Jeriji U8/75C, Bukit Jelutong, 40150, Shah Alam, Selangor.

Or bank into:

Community Development and Integration Initiative Bhd

Public Bank Account Number: 3151793708.

Details: 019-3576477, 012-3739007, 017-2081844

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