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Three puppies looking for loving home
Published on: Monday, January 18, 2021
By: Shirley Khong
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MISO, a five-month-old male pup, was given up by an Indonesian man who could no longer afford to look after him. On the day he was handed over to Fair, we had to make some house visits to Tamparuli so Miso can tag along for the ride. 

He behaved really well, sleeping for most of the journey and when he was awake he calmly sat in our laps and looking out of the window. When we let him out of the car, he headed straight to the grass to pee!

 

Miso

A sweet and gentle pup who loves to play and enjoys human company, is Miso’s close friend, our second little pup, NumNum.


NumNum, a five-month-old female who was found scavenging for food at an Inanam bus stop close to a busy main road. When the rescuer saw NumNum he was naturally worried for her safety around the heavy lorries and busy roads she was wandering so close to. With no mama dog in sight and no other pups to be found, NumNum was rescued and taken in.

 

NumNum

NumNum is a slightly shy dog but once you get to know her you will find her loving nature shine through.

Meanwhile, Happy is an adorable intelligent and very friendly six- or seven-month old female pup who was found wandering the streets alone.  She is playful, enjoys being brought for drives and loves her daily walks. She also walks nicely on a leash and vaccinated. 

She gets along with people and would make a great companion to any household and a good guard dog, too.


 

Happy

The pups are playful and cheeky, chasing each others around and doing what puppies do best ... living life to the full!

Having been together since rescued they have become very close and are quite honestly inseparable.

We would love to rehome these two darlings together if possible as it would be sad to break their bond of friendship. I think you will agree that these two would make a great addition to any family home and grow up to be great family pets.

If you have the space and a securely fenced and gated compound, you would never regret adopting these two darlings!


Please consider adopting strays and rescues animals; you would not only he saving a life but giving them a second chance to trust where humans may have let them down before.  Their love for you will be forever and unconditional!

If you’re interested please WhatsApp Nicole at 014-795 9511

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