At Metta Cats & Dogs SanctuaryMoo's paw-rents dropped him off for boarding while they are off for a holiday till 18th June 2017.Moo looking for them.SY wrote, "Moo also aged. Gums not so strong, cannot bite hard treats anymore."Background of Moo:https://www.facebook.com/notes/metta-cats-dogs-sanctuary/story-of-moo/261044564071232/?hc_ref=SEARCHBought as a puppy in 2004 for the youngest son. The mother of the household got tired of looking after him as she received no help from the sons. He was to be surrendered to the SPCA.Siew Ying took him in in 2012#mooadopted#moomcds
Posted by Metta Cats & Dogs Sanctuary on Saturday, 3 June 2017
PM MCDS if you would like to sponsor any portion of the cremation fee of $374 at Mobile Pet Cremation (http://
🌷🌺Background of Richie🐕:
Siew Ying recalls,
“Someone lodged him with a breeder then defaulted payment.
When the breeder was moving out they abandoned him @ Lorong Halus.
He made his way back to his previous residence every night hoping that they would open up the back door for him.
We fed him at the back fencing area for a while, then one day he refused to move away even after eating.
He was not neutered yet and we did not have enough cubicle to segregate him. I talked to him and wanted him to promise not to fight with the other dogs. He wagged his tail and sort of acknowledged. I took him in and he was ok sharing space from then on.
I think that about 10 years ago.
May he be happy where-ever he is now and if he is to reborn, be born a human who is not only wise but has a kind heart as well, so that he can help other living beings like he had been helped in this life.
Background: Jenna is a Siamese-mixed. Yet she was suspected to be dumped onto the streets because she is old and sickly with eye discharge. She was also not neutered.
She initially suspected to be young because of her small built.
Siew YIng updates, “Jenna .. she still hv discharge on left eye.. but put on some weight 😊”
Background of Suzy:
“She was discovered hiding in a drain, heavily congested and barely able to breathe, by some kind people who brought her to the vet.
She tested positive for FIV but negative for FELV, and given some antibiotics and other meds and fostered by one of her rescuers.
It was really painful to see this little cat gasping and struggling to breathe in the first few days of her treatment. It didn’t look that she could survive.
However, miraculously she clung on and eventually her breathing improved.
Reduced to skin and bones, she even started to eat on her own. Although she’s an old cat, she’s only the size of a kitten, due to her lifetime of malnourishment and suffering. It’s obvious that Suzy has had a really hard and torturous life.
Due to her poor condition, this cat will not be able to survive long once back on the streets.
After all her suffering, Suzy should be able to spend her last days in a safe and caring environment.”
At Metta Cats & Dogs SanctuarySalon Cat recovered well from multiple bites and is out of quarantine.She now has a hearty appetite.She is now renamed Salonpas.The shelter is down to 2 packs of GOLD-D kibbbles that most cats LOVE.Do consider sponsoring at this link:https://www.facebook.com/mettacatsanddogssanctuary/photos/a.224993161009706.1073741828.135547516620938/876634182512264/?type=3&theater#saloncatmcds#salonpasmcds
Posted by Metta Cats & Dogs Sanctuary on Wednesday, 31 May 2017
At Metta Cats/Dogs Shelter (MCDS)The 12 puppies of #precious are growing up fast.They are super intelligent. Siew Ying thinks they held a meeting and all decided to poo and pee in one cubicle.They are for adoption. Unfortunately despite being 100% pure-Singaporean, they are not allowed to live in HDB flats, limiting their chance of finding good homes.PM MCDS if you are allowed to keep a Singaporean dog in your home. Screening of potential adopters include home visits and an undertaking to have the puppy sterilised when he or she is old enough.#preciouspuppies
Posted by Precious, a rescue dog from Changi Village on Thursday, 11 May 2017
They are for adoption. Unfortunately despite being 100% pure-Singaporean, they are not allowed to live in HDB flats, limiting their chance of finding good homes.
PM MCDS if you are allowed to keep a Singaporean dog in your home. Screening of potential adopters include home visits and an undertaking to have the puppy sterilised when he or she is old enough.
Metta Cats/Dogs ShelterVenus , a senior resident of the shelter (at least 10 years) took her last breath in the late evening of 8th May 2017, with her sister, Neptune, by her side. She had cancer.She was cremated in Mobile Pet Cremation (http://www.mobilepetcremation.com.sg) on Vesak Day, 10th May 2017Thank you to Nora Ng for sponsoring the cremation fee.#venusmcds#neptunemcds
Posted by Metta Cats/Dogs Shelter on Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Venus , a senior resident of the shelter (at least 10 years) took her last breath in the late evening of 8th May 2017, with her sister, Neptune, by her side.
She had cancer.