We start off this week with a beautiful story of Bebe the cat. This special kitty was diagnosed with the Manx Syndrome from birth which affects his ability to control his bowels. Fosterers thought he was going to spend his life in the shelter but thanks to the internet, he eventually found his owner. Get ready to be teary-eyed.
When a pet is disabled, it does not make him any less special. He may require more care and attention but that makes the bonding between owner and pet even stronger. If you're thinking of getting a pet, consider adoption first.
It's random but we love those cute little diapers. (:
Name: Goldie Age: 3 years old Sex: Male Breed: Golden Retriever Personality: Shy to stranger but affectionate once warm up Size (Full Grown): Large HDB - Approved: No Good with other dogs: Yes Health: Under treatment for demodex Vaccinated: Yes Microchipped: Yes Sterilised: No Special Needs: A loving home <3
Name: Bagel Sex: Female Breed: Beagle Age: 5 years old Size (Full Grown): Medium HDB - Approved: No Good with other dogs: Yes Vaccinated: Yes Microchipped: Yes Sterilized: Not yet Personality: Outgoing and easy-going but prefers to be the only dog at home.
If you find that both Goldie and Bagel look familiar, that's because they have been featured on Pet Adoption Friday several times but yet to have any luck in finding forever homes. If you have room for one more doggie companion in your life, do consider them. (:
To find out more about Goldie or Bagel, please email Ms Judie Chang at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Humane Society (Singapore)'s Official Facebook page.
Here's a cheeky little kitty that you don’t want to mess with. Be afraid. Be very afraid...
Some pets may appear 'naughty' to you but the real reason may just well be a lack of correct communication. Scolding your pet is not the solution. What they need is to get trained. You might also be interested to meet with a pet behaviourist just to check on your pet.