A response to the Tanjung Malim dogs’ situation

Ref: http://myanimalcare.org/2013/05/26/the-dogs-in-tanjung-malim/

A reader has responded to the Tanjung Malim dogs’ situation. Maxx’ family will do the needful. Thank you, Maxx!

Based on Wazura’s description below, it appears that there may be a caretaker for the house (whom we hope will feed the dogs). There is a lawn mower and the house appears to be well kept.

If you or your friends can help feed the dogs, please write directly to Wazura for the exact location.

From: Wazura Saruni <wazura_saruni@yahoo.com>
Date: Sun, May 26, 2013 at 10:23 PM
Subject: Re: Abandoned dogs in Tanjung Malim
To: Chan Kah Yein <chankahyein@gmail.com>

Hi Dr. Chan,
sorry for the late reply..
I already informed few people and there is someone email me with the name of maxx who will request help from his family to feed the dogs..
Agreed, we cannot break in as it is illegal.. enough if people could help to feed them..
the house is very well kept, short grass, no rubbish or dried leaves and even no smell of poops, etc.. the house did not look like it is abandoned but looks old (there must be someone who clean up the house), no other plant e.g: flowers except the coconut tree, all windows closed, no shoe/slipper, no sign of people living in the house and i guess there is a lawn machine on the porch where all the dogs stay..
pray for God to send help to those unfortunate dogs and other stray animals..
thanks for your concern doc..

Disclaimer: This alert is posted with the intention of helping the dogs (who were described as being extremely hungry). We are seeking help to feed the dogs. No malice is intended to the owner of the house.