Sunday, 23 February 2014

Wonderful Sunday!

I've had a wonderful Sunday today.  First I went to visit my cousin's little kitten.  They found it a few days ago...Am very glad she will have a home and not be on the streets.  They named her Baby!  She is so adorable and its a perfect name for her.

We also visited Macy (Formerly called Baby) today.  It was really nice to see her again.  Its been exactly a week since she left to her new home.  She is so well cared for and loved by her owners.

Here are some pictures!

Adorable Baby!

This is Hugo, Macy's pal

Hugo and Macy

Macy and her best pal Honey Bun.

Saturday, 22 February 2014

Loki and Honey Bun

After all that playing
Honey Bun: Erm, was him....his saliva is all over me!

Loki: What???  Nah it wasn't me, it was Sunshine! hehehe...

Friday, 21 February 2014

Our Guest

Meet our guest, Loki. He is a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. He will be staying with us for two days :)

Loki saying hello to Honey Bun

Loki checking out his play area

Thursday, 20 February 2014

"The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated"- Gandhi 

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

My Cousin and his family found a little kitten in church a few days ago. When I saw the picture....OMG so adorable! So I am going to visit the kitten this weekend! Today, I bought the little kitty a present! I think I will buy a Kong toy like the one Harry had too...hehehe

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Monday, 17 February 2014


Baby went to her new home yesterday. She went to a lovely family who loves shelties very much. When she arrived, she checked out her new home and was happily walking around. I am sure she will be happy there as she will have a Schnauzer buddy to play with. I am sure Honey Bun will miss her but I am also sure we will meet often so they could play together again :)

Honey Bun and Baby playing together the day before yesterday.

Saturday, 15 February 2014

My Royal Canin Baby :)

Honey Bun is just over a year old now.  She is so beautiful. She is a "Royal Canin Baby". While she was in the womb, she was already on Royal Canin. I have been using Royal Canin for 18 years. I wouldn't use anything else :)

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Shelties...Shelties...Shelties :)

My friends sent me pictures of their lovely shelties. Meet Porsh, Veyron, Gracie, Glory, Blossom and Enya.
This handsome boy is Porsh. He is Honey Bun's half brother 

And this stunning Bi Blue Sheltie is Veyron. He lives with Porsh and they are the best of pals. They cant live without each other...hehehe

Porsh and Veyron having a great time. They are both so well cared for. They are maintained on Royal Canin, hence their beautiful coat

Four pretty girls in a row. Gracie, Glory, Blossom and Enya. They belong to my friend and they live in Port Dickson but will soon be moving to England (The shelties too ) Cant wait to go visit them very soon with Honey Bun.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Neutering /spaying your pet dog

Hello! Sorry for the pause. I've been busy and recovering from the fun I've been having over the weekend...hehehe

Today the topic would be about why should one neuter their pet dog.

Neutering prevents sexual health conditions such as testicular, prostatic or ovarian tumours. For females, it prevents the development of mammary tumours which can be fatal.

Neutering a female is very very important as unbred and unspayed females have high chances of developing a condition called pyometra (a uterine infection common in females) most people are unaware of this and lose their dogs to pyometra. Usually signs only show when it's about too late. So, if you have a female dog, pls spay them for their own good.

For males, castrating generally reduces aggression towards other males and reduce marking and mounting behavior and reduces straying.

If in doubt always speak to your trusted vet 

Have a wonderful day.

Sunday, 9 February 2014

Meet Ah Girl

Meet Ah Girl.  She is one of the friendliest stray Ive ever met.  One day, as I was driving out of my house, I saw her following the guard around and noticed she was limping.  At first I didnt know if she was friendly or not.  For days I observed her and finally went near her.  She was friendly.  So I knew I could help her because she wouldn't run away from me.  So, I begin feeding her daily so that she would trust me.  Then, I made an appointment with my vet to schedule her spaying.  She is almost ready to breed and we would't want more to suffer so spaying her is one of the kindest thing we could do for her.

So, we spayed her and vaccinated her and dewormed her.  After recovering from the surgery, we tried getting shelters to take her in but they were full and so we had to release her BUT she lives very near me, I feed her daily and fill her bowl with water every single day.  She is also very close to the guard in our neighbourhood which is wonderful and she gets shelter at the guard house.  Its not the most ideal situation but we do the best we can.

Most important of all, she is spayed, she is fed and she has shelter and love.  About her limp, there is nothing we could do for her because it was from and old injury but the vet says she is in no pain.

She is so loving and friendly.  If you like to give her a home, you may contact me.  My only hope and wish is that people who cant help these poor creatures, dont hurt them. 

This is Ah Girl when we were just about to take her to the vet.  She now looks a lot better and her coat is nice and shiny from the good food she has been constantly eating daily.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

The Fantastic Four

Good Morning!!! Received this picture from my friend and her shelties (two of them are from me) Here is the fantastic four waiting at the door for CHOY SUN hehehe...Look at them!  GORGEOUS and so well cared for.

Thursday, 6 February 2014


It has been a wonderful week.  We had Cleo staying with us, two lovely kids staying with us and our friend came to visit us with their shelties.  I have been so busy and now finally getting some time to relax.  Looking forward to meeting all my cousins this weekend! 


Wednesday, 5 February 2014


Consequences of obesity in dogs.

Most people dont realise this. To them a fat dog is a cute dog. Being overweight has numerous consequences on dogs health. It tends to make the dogs more prone to certain illnesses and reduces life expectancy. An overweight dog has a shorter life expectancy and this has been proven. They will also have

* Joint and mobility problems
* Heart and breathing problems
* Increased in blood fats
* Diabetes
* Poor skin and coat quality
* Lower immunity
* Increased surgical and /or anaesthetic risk
* Mammary tumours (in females)

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Kong Toys

Our favourite toy for our dogs...KONG

When it comes to toys for our dogs, we only trust one brand, KONG. It is non toxic and safe for our do
gs. Here are some of our favourite KONG.
My Favourite!

The perfect Kong ambassador :) Cody Kong

Honey Bun with a Kong

Kong for cats

Harry with a Kong toy

Saturday, 1 February 2014


Over the past few years, my family would somehow find a bird that is injured or fallen from its nest but wont be able to care for it, so they know I would not say no, so here I am with yet ANOTHER bird.

They called me last night to say they found a bird near their car and the bird was covered with red ants.  At first they thought it was dead but realised it was still alive.  So they wrapped it up and brought it over to me.  I think it got injured or it fell from its nest.  The bird looked quite bad when it arrived.  It could not even sit up and I thought it was going to die.  I fed it and gave it some water and kept it in a warm place.  The next morning it was sitting up and looking much better!  I was so happy to see that.  Its not easy caring for a baby bird.  Feeding it is a real challenge but I know how to do it so its ok.

Now I need to get it strong and healthy and when it is ready to fly I will set it free.
Here is the bird, its a myna and looking a lot better from yesterday.