Monday, June 30, 2008

Donation Via PayPal June 2008

Total donations via PayPal received for the month of June 2008 were $33.03 USD :)

To all donors! THANK YOU SO MUCH!

ps : donations are in pending mode as they are still in my PayPal, once every penny has transfered to my debit card account, will updated again in Malaysian Ringgit. Please note we( Malaysian ) are allow to cash out up to $500 USD per day with the transaction fee of $5 USD.

Bobo At Polo Ground

We had a great time yesterday with Bobo at Polo Ground. Even though Bobo is blind, he still enjoys outdoor activities. He chewed grass, running, sniffing around and most all, exploring the outdoor. Before he was blind 3 years ago, we used to go hiking and camping on the hill together with Lulu. It was so much fun at that time. He has been with us for more than 10 years now. By the way the blindness is due to the failure of both cataract surgeries. That's why we have to put leash on him as a guide. We would love to bring all our kids to the field but it is not possible, that is why we have to take one each week :)
Enjoy the pictures.

The 2 video clips below and a photo was taken with a very low res digital camera many many years ago, showing the hillside where we camped with friends, Bee Bee, Bobo and Lulu.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Lulu At Polo Ground

We brought lulu to polo ground yesterday. She has been with us for eleven years. We met her from local shelter. Even though she is suffering from joint pain and arthritis especially on her both hind legs ( 3 years ago ), these doesn't stop her from having fun on the field. Of course she doesn't move and run like she used to be, but that doesn't matter, the most important thing is she has enjoyed every bit of it yesterday :)

Below is the video that I captured yesterday, enjoy.

ps : Adi Kartri has donated RM200 for the Alera Fund. Thank You so much!

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Barbara Janssen's Shelter In Penang

Photo on the left is Barbara Janssen and she is from Germany. She has turned her house into a home shelter. The shelter has been running since August 2006 and we just found out lately from our local newspaper. The girl beside Barbara on the background is Sue, a volunteer in our local shelter.
Barbara has been rescuing homeless, injured and abandoned dogs whenever they came across her path. She feed rats and birds too! Isn't that wonderful! Throughout her rescue, many have been adopted and for those who are not lucky to find good homes, they are sure lucky enough to stay with Barbara for as long as they live. Barbara named each and everyone of them and treat them with much love! They are free to roam and sleep anywhere in the compound of the house. She has a helper name Sammy who help her walk the elder dogs once a week :)
We admire greatly for her work.

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