some of you may still remember the rescue we carried out when a German national commited suicide leaving behind 17 dogs. We took in 14 whilst two was sent to live in a sanctuary. One still remains near the late owner's house and is being fed by the neighbours. Initially the dogs were hostile and unapproachable but with the help of the training center where they were boarded - they came out of their shell and are currently some of the most lovable dogs that we've ever had. In helping them - we have incurred some RM25,000 in boarding fees to date. But to rescue and rehome them was the dying man's wish and we had to honour it. We were told that one of the reasons behind him killing himself was that he could not bear to see the dogs being taken away by the local council. The man had apparently chosen to die so that his dogs would be safe as he was cornered into surrendering them to the local council at that point. The dogs have all been spayed and vaccinated and range from 2 years to 9 months old. We have to rehome them because we have gone broke and cannot afford to pay for their keep anymore. The other choice would be to send them as watch dogs to a gated community but these are tame loving dogs that are yearning for the love and affection their late owner had shown them. Given this we have organised an adoption drive just for them this Sunday at SStwo Mall in Petaling Jaya. We hope you'll come forward to give these lovable young dogs a place to call home. Please help us fulfill a dead man final wish. Details:
Date: Sunday, June 1st, 2014
Venue: SSTwo Mall, Lower Ground Floor
Time: 11.00am to 6.00pm
We hope to see all of you there.
The above taken from MDDB's Facebook page.