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This pitiful dog had just been rescued from Alma, Bukit Mertajam and currently being treated at the vet clinic. She was earlier reported found inside a drain but someone helped to pull her out and left her at the five foot way. Unfortunately, she was heavily pregnant when she somehow ended up in the drain and due to her injuries, she had a miscarriage and was unable to walk or move. She probably was in lots of pain and desperately hoping someone would come to her rescue.

When our volunteer found out about this case, he immediately went over and pick-up this girl to have her treated at the vet. Hope (as what we have named her hoping she will be healthy and save now on) is now in save hands. She is on drips and a blood test has been run, still pending for the results. At the same time, during her ultrasound, the vet had found images in her abdomen thus suspecting there might still be unborn babies in her.

A surgery will be performed on her once her blood test result is out to ensure she is fit to undergo surgery. She will also then be spayed at the same time.

For her first stage of treatment, the vet had estimated her medical cost to be around RM1000+ (all in).

Once Hope has recovered from the first stage of treatment, she will then need an x-ray to confirm the extend of injuries on her legs after which she will be treated accordingly.

Anyone who wish to help us on Hope’s medical fees may please donate to the below account:

Bank: Public Bank


Account No: 3137-0216-29

After you have make a donation, kindly drop us an email at spcaseberangperai@gmail.com indicating donation is for “Hope’s Medical Fees”, along with your details, such as name, address, amount donated and ref no. A tax exempted receipt will then be sent out to you.

Thanking you in advance for your kind and generous support in helping the furrykids in need.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/spcaseberangperai/photos/a.10151644..



SPCA Seberang Perai

The SPCA Seberang Perai is a society registered in September 2005. Our primary aim is to reduce the population of stray animals or possibly a zero stray population in a humane manner. With lesser strays or no strays at all, the loving value of animals will be greatly increased and you can be sure that humans will shower more love for their pets and be responsible pet owners. The problem should not only be shouldered by our Society as the public must also understand the urgent need to control the pet population and give their whole-hearted support to all our projects for the undertaking to be successful. Then we will achieve a clean and hygienic environment for the community. As a no killing organization, we are embarking on a two-prong approach towards the problem i.e public education and sterilization of the stray animals.

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