Named Nemo and Dory, this adorable pair was rescued off the streets in the USJ 6 area in an S.O.S. situation, when my friend and Pawse for a Cause colleague, Stewart, found them alone in the cold, hungry, helpless, and soaked to the bone, no thanks to heavy thundershowers at the time.
He immediately paid a desperate call to pet rescuer, animal rights activist, and Pawse for a Cause founder, Seema Subash, for urgent assistance. She along with a member from her team, rushed to the site and rescued the puppies. They were only about palm-size at the time.
Three months later, the puppies are still being fostered by her. They've received the required medical attention and have even been vaccinated. Seema is unable to permanently adopted Nemo and Dory because she already has other dogs in her care, pets who need her undivided attention.
The brown puppy is female, while the white one is male. If you're serious about adding to your family, we are looking to have them adopted as a pair. It is crucial that they aren't separated since they are reliant on each other for their personal well-being and socialisation needs.
For those keen on giving these puppies a new and loving home and second chance at life, do feel free contact me at 1013 (Deb) for an appointment with their current fosterer, Seema, to meet Nemo and Dory.
They're super cute, bubbly as ever, enjoy a great time, and you'll absolutely love them. A little bit of love goes a long way. Thank you!