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Happy In His New Forever Home - Sparky's Update
21st Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Sparky's fur has grown back and he has put on quite a fair bit of weight. We are restraining ourselves not to over-feed him too much. He is rather greedy and is constantly looking for food, probably due to his bad experience going hungry. If we don't stop him, he will even rummage through the dustbin – something that he might have done when he was living life as a stray. Currently, I'm giving him Velcote (vitamins for silky coat) and I think its positive effects are showing.When Sparky was fir...

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From Rags To Riches - Prince's Update!
19th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Prince came as a package along with his mother, Lady – the dog with the badly injured maggot infested ear. When Prince was first rescued, all of two and a half months of age, his ears were chockfull of ticks and was absolutely grimy and filthy. Rescued from an industrial area, he grew up with his fosterer and the fosterer's 2 dogs for almost 2 months. As if life for Prince was not hard enough, he was attacked by a Rottweiler while out on a walk with his fosterer. To read about the attack, plea...

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Buddy’s Misfortune
16th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

A volunteer has been feeding this stray puppy and his siblings since he was barely two months old. Previously, he had 8 other siblings that played happily together. Over the next few months that she continued feeding him and his family, his siblings gradually started to disappear. Within two short months, little Buddy was the only puppy left – having lost all his other siblings to industrial accidents. The current survivors are only Buddy and his Mommy. Buddy, now all of 5 months old, is a cut...

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Mei Mei's New Lease Of Life
14th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

It has been about two months and I'm glad to say that Mei Mei has comfortably settled down in her new environment. My other dog, Chu Chu, is happier these days as she has a little sister to play with. They can go wild when they play in the garden, knocking flower pots over and sending turfs flying.That is why I am unable to leave them together in the garden without supervision. At night, they have to sleep in seperate areas outside the house. As Chu Chu has a bigger covered area in the car porch...

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Please Help Look Out!
13th Oct 2008, by Independent Pet Rescuers (IPR)

A pregnant stray cat gave birth to 4 kittens in Michael's garden which is in the Kepong area. On the morning of 30/9/2008, these 4 kittens (now almost 2 months old) suddenly dissapeared as suspected that they were stolen by construction workers next door from the muddy shoe-prints found in the house compound were the kittens were staying. This was immediately reported to the police but no action was taken.Please kindly inform us if these kittens are seen so they can be returned to the poor mothe...

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My Visit To Noah's Ark On 13 Sept 2008 - By Suzanne
12th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Every animal lover should not miss out on making a visit Noah’s Ark for an enriching experience. In fact, I believe schools should organize educational tours to Noah’s Ark to help instill a love for animals in our younger generation.Boarding the coach at Boon Lay interchange with our bags packed to the brim with treats made us feel as if we’re going for a weekend holiday. The journey itself was a breeze with surprisingly smooth traffic at the Immigration checkpoint. Heading via the 2nd lin...

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The Importance Of Microchipping Your Dog
9th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Hi! My name is Blacky. Let me tell you a story. A few weeks ago, I woke up from my 11th nap of the day. After taking a nice long stretch, I decided I needed a drink. On my way to the kitchen – oh bliss! – what’s that I see? The front door was wide open! This was THE opportunity. Forget about the water, liberty here I come!Oh those stairs, I’m not in my prime anymore I reckon. Ouch! Oh some wet grass. Let’s see what’s around the corner. It was only after a while that I began to questi...

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Updates On 7th Oct 2008
7th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Dear readers,Ms Rita Tan, a local writer, has recently published a book called "The Cat that lived forever". The front and back cover has been scanned below for you to take a sneak peek!Book cover of "The Cat that lived foreverReaders need not be a cat lover because this book is not just about Fluffy, but also about the 3 dogs from different generations. What this means is that the 3 dogs were not adopted at the same point in time. In fact, Fluffy saw each of them from puppyhood to its full life...

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Noah's Ark Is Meenachi's New Home
5th Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

On July 30, we rescued Meenachi, a dog living on an industrial estate. She had a slash wound on her right hind leg near her abdomen. It was thought that such a clean wound was unlikely to be caused by a machine or motor vehicle accident. Previously, this was how bad her wound was:Meenachi's old wound Remember Uncle R, the kind Malay uncle that carried Meenachi to receive help? The Uncle R that touched hearts and moved us to tears with his selflessness and kindness? Indeed, his story painted a pi...

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Donations Towards Chwing's Wheels
3rd Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Dear readers,The total amount for Chwing's wheels has been attained! Thank you, RT, for donating the final $60 for his wheels. Stay tuned to the blog as we will be taking Chwing's measurements so that we can place an order for his wheels asap!Thank you very much for all your support! We hope to bring you photos of Chwing happily whizzing around very soon!:D

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Wheels For Little Chwing
2nd Oct 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

When the story of little Chwing first appeared on our blog a couple of days ago, it broke the hearts of many and we received numerous emails telling us how glad they were for people such as Nikki. For the link to original story, please click on: http://noahsarkcares.blogspot.com/2008/09/story-of -nikki-chwing.htmlRarely would you see someone who would be willing to take in a dog such as Chwing and give him a second chance in life. Despite having only two front legs and requiring a lifetime of ex...

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Back To Basics - SMU PAW Tours Noah's Ark!
30th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

23 Aug ’08 - 35 people. 1 coach. The same passion. Okay, maybe not all of us shared the same passion then as there were a handful who were a tad fearful of dogs. But that aside, we all boarded the coach with the same readiness and the same enthusiasm. Where were we headed? Noah’s Ark- the animal sanctuary we heard so much about. What were we in for? An experience that we were not going to forget for a long, long time; an experience that we wouldn’t have chance to enjoy back home; an experi...

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Nikki & Chwing
28th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

This morning, I woke up and kissed my dad's headI peed on the carpet before going back to bed.The life of a puppy, oh my, this is great.Then I thought about breakfast, hoping it would not be late.Mom took me outside, we walked for a while.This never fails to make her smile.She carried me a short distance before puting me downWalked quickly away from me without turning aroundI cried and dragged my little body as fast as I couldIt was a seperation I never understoodWhy did she keep me for 4 months...

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Locations Where 2009 Noah's Ark Calendars Are Being Sold!
25th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Dear Readers,Thank you for your strong support - our Noah's Ark 2009 calendars have all been sold out! We have reprinted more copies and if you did not get your hands on one, this is your last opportunity! For a sneak preview on our calendars, please click on this link: http://noahsarkcares.blogspot.com/search/label/NA% 20Calender%202009 . To order online, please click on the same link and scroll down to the order form. Please print and mail the order form to us, together with your cheque. For p...

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Notes From Andreana & Emily...
23rd Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

We visited Noah’s Ark last Saturday. It was as usual, the best time of my life!Princess greeted me and never left my side. Long Jeans, my sponsored Dashund, was happy to see me. My siblings, Andre and Andrea, and I spent some time at the greeting area before we proceeded to explore the other parts of Noah’s Ark to greet the horses and the other dogs.As it rained that morning, some of the grounds were still muddy. Some time in the afternoon, Princess and I were on our way to the stables, walk...

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Aftermath Of The 13th Sept Tour...
21st Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

It started out as a gloomy morning, with major downpours throughout Singapore. My heart sank as I looked out the window at 9am. I kept praying that it would not put a damper on the one thing I had been looking forward to all week – my trip to Noah's Ark.Thankfully by 11am, the sky gradually cleared. Not long after, people began arriving in groups from 1.15pm onwards and without much of a hassle, we set off at 2pm for Noah's Ark. This was the first time we had 3 buses going to Noah's Ark and it...

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The Love Of Your Life
18th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

If you want someone always willing to go out, at any hour, for as long and wherever you want... Pick Me !

German Shepherd cross, male, estimated 8 mths oldIf you want someone who never criticizes what you do, doesn't care if you are pretty or ugly, fat or thin, young or old, who acts as if every word you say is especially worthy of listening to, and loves you unconditionally... Choose Me !

Husky, male, estimated 3 yrs of ageIf you want someone loving, affectionate, playful and gives in to ...

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Bikers: 17th August 2008 Noah’s Ark Visit
16th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

I know that Hart would have loved to come along with us – I really do. Hart was the initial organizer of the very first Noah’s Ark trip for the bikers previously. He was the one who led us to discover an animal haven we thought didn’t exist any longer – a sanctuary of lush greenery and boundless space for dogs, cats and horses to live happily, and literally ever after.What beautiful lush greenery...Since there were requests by bikers who had heard so much about Noah’s Ark but were unab...

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Updates On 14th Sep 2008
14th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Before reading further, please be advised that there are rather disturbing pictures below. Please do not continue if you feel uncomfortable viewing such photos. Thank you!It has been almost a month since we have provided readers with an update on Diesel. Like our lucky Lady, Diesel has had his fair share of visitors, bringing him food, treats and toys! He is fortunate to also have visitors come take him for walks, some fresh air, sunlight and exercise. Diesel is a good boy with a sweet and pleas...

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Project Industrial Dogs - The Importance Of Sterilization
11th Sep 2008, by Noah's Ark CARES

Before reading further, please be advised that there are rather disturbing pictures below. Please do not continue if you feel uncomfortable viewing such photos. Thank you!Sterilization is the best possible solution to reduce the number of strays, more humanely than culling. Why the emphasis on sterilization? Visit Noah's Ark Animal Sanctuary and you will get an idea of the high number of unwanted animals produced and left for dead each year, on our very own streets in Singapore. You see mixed-br...

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