Champagne was rescued today (28 February) by my partner and me from a Malay-dominated Damansara area (Kampung Sungai Penchala). I received a call last night (via Lost Animal Souls Shelter) about a pup that had wound up in this village and was being fed and protected by a kind and animal-loving Malay-Muslim family for the past two weeks. They are actually amazing.
Sadly, however, the other residents didn't take too kindly to her presence or the fact that she was being fostered there. The family (caring for her) feared for her life - that there would be complaints lodged to the authorities, and that this would in turn lead to her capture and being put down sooner rather than later. The Malay family kept on getting ostracised on social media, and as such, had no choice but to issue an S.O.S. for emergency rescue assistance.
She's perfectly healthy. Meanwhile, I am temporarily fostering her until a forever home is secured for her. Now that Champagne is safe, clean, medicated (Frontline) and ready to be re-homed, I'm on the lookout for an adopter who'll find her to be the perfect fit as a companion for life.
I can't keep her permanently because I already have three furkids of my own; I am at full capacity at the moment. She's absolutely docile, gentle, sweet, loving, playful, and loves human warmth. She'll be extremely easy to raise and made part of the family. She absolutely loves people. Call me to arrange for a visit in Subang.