Waiting for Minnie and Trixie, and a reflection on One-Street CNRM

I bought a small bag of Iskhan kibble because I figured it would be more practical to leave a bowl of kibble outside the gate for Minnie and Trixie. Kibble won’t spoil as fast as raw food.

So I waited this morning while I did my taiji in the porch. Trixie did not turn up […]

The dogs have the last laugh!

Animal adoptions in Australia soar during shutdown

Yes! Adopt a few street animals during this MCO-period. They will provide you with the most loyal and faith companionship.

The story: https://www.nst.com.my/world/world/2020/04/580366/animal-adoptions-soar-australia-during-virus-shutdown

Adoption is for life.

Eatery-owner leaves food for monkeys

Terima kasih, Pakcik!

The story: https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2020/04/01/monkeys-and-mco-eatery-owner-leaves-food-for-monkeys-at-nearby-park

Learn from the cats

Covid-19 and the Malayan Pangolin

This story is written by my friend, Mr Huan, one of the two scientists who developed RetroMAD1.

Shared with permission from his FB page: https://www.facebook.com/huan.ung.9/posts/10158459066876518

A must-read, especially the last part: “Please leave us alone. The next time you humans get a disease from us, it will be a hundred times worse.” But if it […]

ICAM on Covid-19, dogs and cats

The article: https://www.icam-coalition.org/icam-statement-on-covid-19/

Some excerpts:

Terima kasih, saudara!

A hero! Terima kasih, saudara!

Do please share such news as it will inspire others to follow!

 

A clarification from the experts (Covid19 and dogs)

One of our dear friends shared this article. It is very informative: https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/health-environment/article/3076480/coronavirus-hong-kongs-infected-dogs-were

Excerpts:

“But infection doesn’t mean the dog is sick or has symptoms. Whereas, a disease is when an infected person or animal develops symptoms, such as fever, cold, or pneumonia,” he said.