Monday 5 September 2011

Thank You Note

Thank you to John and Veronica from Melbourne who donated RM500 cash to help the dogs in the shelter infected with distemper virus. Their kindness and love towards the dogs are highly appreciated. Thank you for her lovely and encouraging words for our animal charity works.

Distemper Virus Attack in one of the shelter

In one of the shelter, a few dogs were infected with distemper virus. We are worried that the whole cannal will be infected one by one. 

The following are a list of things needed to help the shelter and its infected dogs:
1) Clorox and Lysol to disinfect the cannal
2) AD meal
3) Iberet iron tablet (from pharmacy)
4) 100 plus
5) Multi-vitamins
6) Chicken/Fish Essence
7) DMG (from vet)

April has experience that distemper virus can be cured provided correct antibiotics are given at the early stage. Dr Joshua is willing to treat as he has done research on distemper virus. 

Dogs infected with this virus need to take lots f nutrition food, vitamins and strong iron tablet daily. 

These are the tips (crunch all the tablets and mix with food, add some honey or sugar or glucose to cover the bitter taste in daily feeding)

1) Feed lots of meat while dogs are still eating. Don't let the dog lose its appetite. If not eating well, force feed with AD meal.
2) Pork and chicken liver are good to produce red blood cell to fight against virus.
3) Provide half boil egg with cheese and I bottle of chicken or fish essence. (if serious, 2 bottles a day)
4) Iberet iron tablet
5) Multivitamins & B complex
6) 100 plus
7) DMG - increase immune system.

I day I spay

Dear Dog and Cat Lovers

Please find time to visit MUDA HOUSE to support our good cause to help the stray dogs and cats. All the handicraft and painting sales profit fully goes to the animal's charity.

Muda House is promoting Kuen Stephanie's painting in September Art Trail Exhibition. Her art explores the rich textures of the multi-ethnic Malaysia that she grew up in.  She is particularly interested in the rural facets of Malaysian life. Bold, vibrant colours capture the bedrock of family, friends and relationship that are the nostalgic memories if Malaysia's early years.

Profits4Paws led by April Sham will work along with MDDS Penang and other independent rescuers to kick start the project,  "Spaying Action Plan - I DAY I SPAY".  Profits4Paws is now stationed in MUDA HOUSE @ 8 Muda Lane, 102000, Georgetown, Penang.

We are short of volunteer crew to kick start the project, "Spaying Action Plan - 1 DAY 1 SPAY" . If you wish to contribute towards this meaningful cause, in terms of monetary or manpower, kindly contact April at 012-4708308 or email to &