Remembering Sheena

Stop Animal Abuse in Malaysia.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Join Us On World Animal Day At Bangsar Village

How is everyone getting on ? A very interesting and exciting event will be happening in town......soon.

Yes, its The Celebration of World Animal Day!!! Woof ! Woof !
Venue : Bangsar Village Shopping Center
Time : 10am to 7pm
Date : 4th October 2008 ( Saturday )

Lots of fun and exciting Animal Welfare Activities awaiting you, your pets and children. There will be a Children's Art Competition, a 30-minute Dog Walk around Bangsar. Feel free to dress up your dog and yourself, carrying animal friendly banners if you like.

Malaysia's Dr. Dogs, Dr Babe, Dr Kylie and Dr Sugar will be looking forward to your pets signing up for the 4th Dr Dog Examination in November. They are hoping for more pals to join them in their doctors rounds to visit old folks and children.

We will also be meeting our Feline Guests from the Pet Finder.

To sign up your child for the Children's Art Competition call
Chris Chan - 019-3803650 or email to

To sign up your dog for the Dog Walk call
Siew Siew - 012-3772328 or email to


Many Thanks for your support.
From your Special Friend, Jojo ( Furry Friends Farm's 2nd Ambassador )


  • At 2:04 PM, Blogger Tracy said…

    Hi shoba,

    Ive been passing by this stray each time i walk my dog in ss3.I want to help it but im not sure what to do.
    It wont come near as it is cautious towards strangers and i think its pregnant too!
    it looks like its lost and waiting for someone.
    Ive posted up a notice on
    is there a way for furryfriendsfarm to take it in because im afraid spca and paws may put her down:(

  • At 9:55 PM, Blogger Shoba said…

    Tracy you need to understand that FFF does not have the resources like vans and staff to run around catching strays.

    The municipal council that does have the resources are managing it so badly and catching strays so inhumanely that the public don't want to call them anymore.

    Right now the public are befriending strays by feeding them to gain their trust and then slowly taking them in to foster first and then rehome. There are many independent rescuers doing this as they are fed up with the BN government's inhumane policies on animal welfare (if they have any).

    You will need to do the same for this stray. It takes a lot of patience and care and effort. If you write to me on, I'll give you the contact details of FFF founder and some other independent animal rescuers. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action.


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