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Newsletter July 2015: News From Noah’s Ark CARES

 


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31 July 2015
Noah’s Ark Rescue
Please help us to help them

 
 
Dear Friends of Noah’s Ark
 
We had an influx of animals that needed our help in the last couple of weeks and our volunteers could barely cope.  Practically, we do know that we cannot save every single dog on the street, but if you happened to see a dog in front of you that is unwell – are you able able to walk away?  We could not do it.
 
Whether it was a major or a minor injury, one more previous life is saved and we try our best.  All rescue cases require energy i.e. time, labour and finance.  Our dedicated volunteers have been attending to their stray charges diligently and Noah’s Ark has been actively working and promoting TNRM (Trap-Neuter-Release-Management).

 
We need your help to help the animals: 

to adoptto volunteerto foster to fund the rescued animals medical aid


 
Our team of volunteers have been working towards a goal of having less strays on our streets because the streets are not their homes.
With the number of rescue cases pouring in, our vet bills are at an all time high.  If you could support our work, please email us at Noah’s Ark CARES any contribution is appreciated to support our work and the animals medical aid.
 
Thank you.
 
From the volunteers at Noah’s Ark.

Noah’s Ark Update





Nugget

Recently we found a lump growing on Nugget’s throat.  Under sedation, the vet managed to squeeze out the lump and to see soft tissue.  An ultrasound will be able to diagnose his condition, due to the high cost, we had to put it on hold.

Nugget is currently on antibiotics and he will be going for his review soon. 

To read Nugget’s story, please click HERE.
Di Di


Di Di a puppy living at a factory was diagnosed with tick fever, Ehrlichia and we were advised by the vet that his blood count was very low that he needed a blood transfusion.

We are very thankful to J-Boy’s owner for coming forth to save Di Di’s life.

To read about Di Di’s story, please click HERE.





Ricky
During our rounds when we were out looking for Ricky’s neighbour Rain, we found him lying listlessly under a container truck. The worker  said that he has been like this for the past few days and it was getting worrying. Concern for Ricky’s welfare, we took him to the vet.
Blood tests and x-ray were done and nothing was detected. We left him at the vet for 2 nights for observation in case something was not right with his immune system and he was diagnosed for dehydration because of his multiple bite wounds on him.
To read about Ricky’s story, please click HERE
Rain


She has a tipped ear and we assumed she is sterilized since a tipped ear is an indication of being neutered for street dogs. But one night, when we saw her with a swollen vulva  our jaws dropped. The male dogs were also after her! Was she on heat? 

The vet did a thorough vaginal examination and did not find any lump so TVT was ruled out.  A higher possibility was that the spaying was not properly performed and Rain has retained ovaries – that was the reason why she was on heat again.

To read about Rain’s story, please click HERE.




Thumper

Thumper is an innocent young puppy who greets everyone wagging his thin long tail.  He can be carried, handled and he will not resist.  How could a sweet boy survive being a stray?
One fateful evening, Thumper was attacked by a pack of five big dogs. What crime did he commit? He simply went up to a contractor whom he recognized to happily greet him. The attack was triggered by jealousy and pack instinct. 

To read about Thumper’s story, please click HERE.
Teddy
Teddy lives in a factory was brought to the vet because he fractured his hind leg from a fall.

The fractured has caused Teddy great pain but somehow he was still affectionate towards the rescuers.

The vet advised to insert a metal placed on his left hind leg and to let him have cage rest for 6 weeks.

To read about Teddy’s story, please click HERE.

Tour to Noah’s Ark on Saturday, 22 August


Date:  Saturday, 22 August 2015
Time:  11.00 am to 7.00 pm
Meeting Point:  Boon Lay MRT Station
Fee: S$70 per head
Programme
11.00 am – Depart from Boon Lay for lunch 
12.00 pm – Vegetarian lunch
1.30 pm   - Depart lunch venue for Noah’s Ark
2.00 pm   – Arrive at Noah’s Ark
6.00 pm   – Depart for Singapore
7.00 pm   – Alight at Boon Lay MRT and Bishan MRT
 
For more details please click HERE.

To register for the tour please email to Noah’s Ark.


Lordy, Noah’s Ark resident
To contribute towards our work for the animals
If you wish to:

To sponsor a pet programmeTo sponsor some of our pet foodTo sponsor medical aid for the animalsTo support our spay and neuter programmesTo upkeep the sanctuary for the the residents – Buy a BrickTo make a contribution

You may write a cheque to Noah’s Ark CARES and mail it to:
42 Cairnhill Road, #02-01 Singapore 229661

To make a fund transfer, you may transfer to the following accounts:
  
Upon transferring, please email to Noah’s Ark CARES in order for us to track and to acknowledge receipt. 


Bank: DBS
Account type: DBS Current
Account No: 012-900823-0
Account Name: Noah’s Ark CARES
Branch Code: 012
Bank Code: 7171
Bank: OCBC Bank (OCBCSGSG)
Account No: 501-827745-001
Account Name: Noah’s Ark Companion Animal Rescue & Education Society
Branch: OCBC Head Office
Branch Code: 501
Bank Code: 7339

To stay in touch with Noah’s Ark, please visit our blogs and Facebook page at:
 
Blogs
Noah’s Ark Natural Animal Sanctuary http://nanasanctuary.blogspot.sg/ 
Noah’s Ark Residents http://noahsarkresidents.blogspot.sg/ 
 
Facebook
 
Email



Source: http://noahsarkcares.blogspot.com/2015/08/newsletter-july-20..



 

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Noah's Ark CARES (Companion Animal Rescue and Education Society) was formed in June 2005. The extended arm of Noah's Ark Lodge - Noah's Ark CARES aim is to reach out to Singaporeans and address the issue of abandoned pets and strays. Working in tandem with AVA and other animal welfare organizations, Noah's Ark CARES has embarked on several community-based projects aimed at re-educating the public and especially young children, our future generation.

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