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Monday, December 27, 2010

Dog in Germany Gives Birth to 17 Puppies



A dog in Germany has given birth to 17 puppies, leaving their owner thrilled but fatigued after having to feed them with a bottle for several weeks because their mother couldn't cope with the demand. (Dec. 20)

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas 2010!


Today is Christmas...

For this year's Christmas, our human family members will be going out for their X'mas dinner...
But, our humans didn't forget us... they prepared special X'mas dinner for 3 of us(ADS)

last year, we had...

Tofu Quiche, Fish Pot and Shepperd Pie


This year's X'mas dinner for us is....

1= Wellness - Turkey Stew (with Barley & Carrots in thick, chunky and gravy formulae)
PS: wow! although it's not cheap per can, but look! those real human-graded turkey meat with barley, carrots, celery in fragrant gravy do worth the price!


2= Pasta, Macaroni
3= Carrots
4= Celery
5= Fine Beans
6= Broccoli
7= a small amount of dry kibbles which we don't usually take (Taste of the wild, Wetlands Canine Formulae with Roasted Fowl)



PS from ADS: It's yummy and delicious! new food that we never tasted before!


After we had our dinner, we have our usual walks and off our humans go for their dinner...

when they were back, all of us watched movie...

It's another cold X'mas night for this year too... (Every year's X'mas is cold and wet, especially at night)


MERRY CHRISTMAS everyone!

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Dongzhì Festival/Winter Solstice Festival 2010 (冬至)


Last night was Winter Solstic Festival.

As our mummy was unable to prepare this year's balls of glutinuous rice (湯圓), so our 2nd jie jie made it this year.

We had specially prepared dinner too!

What's included:

1= Celery
2= Carrots
3= Rice
4= Fine Beans
5= Minced Pork
6= Brocolli

Monday, December 20, 2010

Mdm Wong's animal shelter now an NPO


THE animal shelter run by a woman who once sold her home to pay its rent is now a non-profit organisation (NPO).

Mdm Wong's Shelter, located in Pasir Ris Farmway 1, was run solely by retired seamstress Wong Koi Kim for the past 10 years - until volunteers came in to help with daily operations about a year ago.

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Since then, they have also set up a blog and a Facebook page and, as of last week, registered the shelter as a public company limited by guarantee with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority.

Being registered as an NPO means that the shelter is publicly accountable for the use of its funds, said full-time volunteer Ray Yeh, 41.

This would earn trust among its donors and could translate into getting more donors - whose donations are needed for the upkeep of about 300 cats and 70 dogs at the shelter.

Its founder, Mrs Wong, 64, used to take in stray animals that her children picked up on the way home from school. Eventually, she set up an animal shelter in the late 1990s.

Nowadays, it is largely financially supported by her grownup son and daughter, who are still ardent animal lovers.

However, running the animal shelter is not cheap.

The wages of one foreign worker and rental fees for two blocks on the premises of Ericsson Pet Farm, the shelter's landlord, for instance, come up to more than $8,000 every month. That, plus food and medical fees, can rack up a total monthly expenditure of over $10,000.

"Now that we are registered, I hope that more people will get to know about the shelter and chip in to help," Mrs Wong told my paper.

Eventually, the volunteers want the shelter to be registered as a full-fledged charity.

NPOs that are not registered as charity organisations under the National Council of Social Service are not allowed to raise funds from non-members.

Their accounts must be audited by a certified public accountant for three years, before they can submit an application for charity status.

Nevertheless, Mr Ricky Yeo, founder and president of Action for Singapore Dogs (ASD) - a registered society - believes that getting the charity status presents more challenges for the NPO.

Becoming a charity organisation is a springboard to becoming an Institution of a Public Character (IPC), which can grant tax-exempt donations to its donors.

However, the IPC status is very difficult to attain in the animal- welfare environment, observed Mr Yeo, 42.

He said: "It's like a 'limbo' status.

Only organisations with IPC status will attract big donors like corporations.

"But a charity must spend a certain percentage of its funds on its beneficiaries by the end of the year, or it'll be taxed.

"This leaves small groups like ASD with very little savings, if we are to become a charity."

Source: http://news.asiaone.com/News/AsiaOne%2BNews/Singapore/Story/A1Story20101214-252574.html

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Resident Community Centre X'mas Party - 18/12/10



Last night, our jie jie bring us to attend the X'mas party organised by a nearby RC centre.

Snowy stayed home with gor gor as it's quite cold outside.

We meet up with Brana Jie jie together with our besties, Chocolate and Gydae.

Saturday, December 18, 2010

What's for dinner???

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Today, we had a delicious dinner!

What's in our food?
= Rice (Small amount)
= 1 hard boiled Egg
= Brocolli
= Celery
= Carrots
= Minced Pork Meat
= French Beans
= Wolfberries

Friday, December 17, 2010

Would you want to own and cuddle one of these ugliest doggies in the world?


You might not coo over these dogs at the pet shop, but the owners of these not-so-pretty pooches say they love them the way they are.

STOMPer muttlover says not all dog lovers want a cute, furry and cuddly four-legged friend.

Sometimes it's such quirky, unusual appearances that make them fall head over heels in love with their dogs.

The STOMPer says:

"These are pictures of some not so pretty pooches around the world.

"However, every single one of them has a loving owner and they are all happy dogs.

"To these owners, beauty is certainly in the eye of the beholder.

"They might look comical and even scary, but they have one thing in common - knowing how to give unconditional love to their owners."

source: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sgseen/this_urban_jungle/5167/you_look_wuff_notsopretty_pooches_around_the_world.html

PS from ADS: we would say they're amazing!

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Oops! Animals that get themselves stuck in a tight spot


STOMPer ally is amused to see these hilarious photos of animals that get themselves stuck. "I'm glad we're not the only ones who goof up," said the STOMPer.

The STOMPer writes in her email:

"Curiosity killed the cat, they say.

"But in this case, curiosity got the cow, dog, horse, polar bear, and even koala bear stuck!

"Well, not curiosity, probably hunger.

"I'm glad we're not the only ones who goof up.

"But you really have to wonder how the sheep ended up on the roof."

Source: http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sgseen/this_urban_jungle/515226/opps_animals_that_get_themselves_stuck_in_a_tight_spot.html

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Dawn and Snowy playing on the bed while Amber sunbathing

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The bed becomes Dawn and Snowy's "instant playground"

Amber sure loves the sun!

Friday, December 3, 2010

Happy 4th Birthday to Snowy!

This year, for snowy's birthday, our jie jies prepared special birthday dinner!


What's in the dinner:

1. Rice
2. Wolfberries
3: Egg Tofu
4: Australia Boneless Loin Pork Meat
5: Red Bell Pepper
6: Celery
7: Carrots
8: Fine Beans
9: Lamb Shed and Rice ProPlan kibbles

It's delicous!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO SNOWY!!


PS from ADS: our baby snowy finally turns 4!