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Firefly
31-03-2015, 09:55 AM
Found this male dog wandering in SS19/2.

He wore a collar with the price tag still attached and his claws are nicely trimmed (means he does belong to someone).
If you know anyone who lost this dog, please pm me. We can't keep him too long cause my dogs are going crazy. He is currently in our backyard, where there is no shelter for him from the weather.

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https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8725/16984814015_9440d745be_c.jpg

pcyeoh
31-03-2015, 02:02 PM
Woof ..... I mean wow. Nice photo. Very sharp well taken photo shot. It is a mystery why the price tag is still on the dog. I don't think it has anything to do with the GST. Serious, I have seen clothes with price tag still not removed while being worn but not on dogs lah. In fact, why should there be a price tag on him. You mean to say the pet shop is like a mini market selling so many dogs that the seller can't even handle sales enquiry except to put the tag on the dog to short list any enquiry. It will be traumatic for him should he come to know that he is worth that much.

May be you should visit the pet shop round the corner at SS19/6 to ask if they have sold that dog. Don't forget the animal clinic as well. Possibly this patient just ran away in the presence of strange people and strange smell. I would love to help in anyway I can but my ankles and feet are killing me. Immobilised for the next 2-3 days. I can't shelter him either as I already have 2 dogs. May be you can contact some dogs lovers to foster him while we find the owner. He can't possibly live unsheltered. Your neighbours may report you for animal cruelty though you are doing a great job. Please PM or SMS me what is on the price tag. Not that the poor dog will be reading our usj.com.my but rather to prevent unscrupulous people claiming it to resell lah.

pcyeoh
31-03-2015, 08:41 PM
So I was told that the price tag on his collar is the price of the collar and not the dog. Good grief. So this revelation opens a wide possibilities and we need to rope in the army. Should I define what I meant by army lest our IGP whose comprehension of English is so pathetic comes after me for sedition. Anyone with contacts of dog lovers NGO can rope them to help.

ng
31-03-2015, 08:49 PM
If the dog has a collar, why didn't the owner put the address there?

It could be an unwanted dog.

jan tomaswaki
31-03-2015, 09:01 PM
Most probably the owner dispose the dog after getting old.I have seen a dog so loyal to the owner,chases the owner who was driving the car and when the owner stops the car ,the dog stand in front of the car.

pcyeoh
01-04-2015, 01:10 AM
We will try to locate his owner so that he can go home where he belongs. I have just posted this as an email to some 3,000 residents subscribing to our SJ Alert group that covers Sunway, Subang Jaya, USJ and Putra Heights areas. Now we cross our paws and hope for the best.

Firefly
01-04-2015, 12:23 PM
Dog owner found.

bibimbap
01-04-2015, 12:33 PM
Now that the case has been resolved, I just wanted to ask ....

HOW COME NO ONE EVER LOOKED FOR MISSING CATS ? :confused:

bslee
01-04-2015, 01:11 PM
Now that the case has been resolved, I just wanted to ask ....

HOW COME NO ONE EVER LOOKED FOR MISSING CATS ? :confused:

Cats are NOT easy to find..trust me..I know it!

Firefly
01-04-2015, 01:22 PM
Just to let you know, I took the dog for a walk or better said, the dog took me for a walk around the neighbourhood. We walked a huge round to finally found a place he could recognize. It was actually 2 junction up and 2 junctions down.

As for your question, bibimbap, Cats always see us as either their pet or their slave (whichever you decide you are). So when they find us stale or boring, they just change. Hence they walkout on you to find a new pet or something more exciting. So no point going looking for a missing cat and they won't bother to come home until they are bored or when they had enough.

bslee
01-04-2015, 01:25 PM
Cats are know to "walk out" and don't come back if they feel its not their home.

pcyeoh
01-04-2015, 01:30 PM
If what Firefly did was reported in our USJ Daily, it would have been reported like this.


Firefly had to do something unconventional this morning in order to track down the owner. He decided to take the dog for a walk in his neighbourhood which in the end it was the dog who took him for a walk. And viola, without a GPS the dog zoomed down to his home sweet home which was round two corners and a straight stretch of familiar turf and surrounding. He must have walked the last 100 metres with his long tail wagging in the air and possibly whistling........worfing

Sheepishly, he rang the door bell . ........ I mean he barked loudly but happily and waited for his master to open the gate for him and expecting him to bark equally loud back at him. But no, instead, like the prodigal son, his master forgave him. Whether he slaughtered his fattened chicken for a reunion kenduri that we didn't know. But I believe there're was great joy for him for he was lost and is found again. It must be due to his old age that he lost his bearing. His problem is like any other male specie, he refused to ask for directions. That also taught him a lesson not to venture out again like teenaged kid

ng
01-04-2015, 02:11 PM
Just to let you know, I took the dog for a walk or better said, the dog took me for a walk around the neighbourhood. We walked a huge round to finally found a place he could recognize. It was actually 2 junction up and 2 junctions down.
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This dog is intelligent.

So what did the dog do when he reached the house? Bark or just sit?

What did the owner said when he saw you?

Naka
02-04-2015, 10:27 AM
Curious, how can she recognised the cooked dog?:confused:

pcyeoh
02-04-2015, 10:29 AM
A not too happy ending. This is heart wrenching.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v732/pcyeoh/cooked%20dog_zpsqnjdktip.jpg

Normally, you would be rejoiced at finding your beloved missing dog again -- but not for this Vietnamese girl.

The poor girl found that her missing pet had been cooked and served by a street vendor in Vietnam.

The heartbreaking photo has gone viral on the Internet.

The girl had adopted a dog she named Flower and for three years, she raised and cared for the animal until one day Flower went missing.

The 5-year-old girl searched for her beloved dog but could not find Flower anywhere.

A few days later, she walked by a dog meat stall and discovered the sickening truth.


"That's Flower," she cried as she rushed over to her dog, roasted and served at the stall.

As she cried over the dog's cooked body, somebody snapped a photo of the heartbroken girl.

Reportedin The Star today
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Regional/2015/04/02/Vietnamese-girl-Dog-Cooked/

lly
02-04-2015, 10:32 AM
Thank God the dog found his way back with your walking, Firefly!

Firefly
03-04-2015, 01:58 PM
Yeah after walking for over 2 hours. It could have been a 15 min walk.

geordie
03-04-2015, 03:06 PM
Yeah after walking for over 2 hours. It could have been a 15 min walk.

I truly hope that the Owner was happy to see him ......

Thumb's up to firefly.

bslee
03-04-2015, 03:45 PM
http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Regional/2015/04/02/Vietnamese-girl-Dog-Cooked/

I was very sad after reading that.. I have a very very very soft heart for pets and wildlife destroyed by man.