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29 June 2006

Saturday, April 08, 2006

Will someone love this blind pup? (TNP, 20050125)

Abandonment - how convenient to throw away a blind pup. Where is Singapore's conscience?!

"DOG with good eyes can be a blind man's best friend. But who will befriend a blind dog? Well, there has so far been someone to care for this Jack Russell puppy. It was taken to the Animal Recovery Centre in Eastpoint Mall by a woman who found it alone and shivering in a lift. It was terribly skinny with its left eye swollen and right eye slightly opaque. The veterinarian on duty, Dr Soh Li-Ming, cleaned and treated the puppy. But he found it might be blind for life. The puppy would then have been sent to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA). [calsifer: not a wise option, SPCA puts down 90-95% of animals it receives, there is even a sign at the SPCA entrance saying so] But Mr Shi Mingjie, a Veterinary Medicine and Surgery undergraduate at Murdoch University in Australia, who was attached to the centre then, decided to care for it. The puppy - named Bobby - is now healthy and active, despite its handicap."
- Go to Casefile: Cruel Singapore. Hack-care Singapore.

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