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Malaysian Dogs Deserve Better project is a canine welfare initiative spearheaded by non-profit outfit Community Development and Integration Initiative (CDII) and dedicated to the rehoming of rescued and abandoned dogs.

 

Besides rescuing and re-homing, MDDB also advocates canine and feline welfare and promotes the Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage system of curbing strays. MDDB operates on public donations and would appreciate any kind of help from members of the public. 

 

https://www.facebook.com/MalaysianDogsDeserveBetter

 

MDDB also has a "SPONSOR A FURKID" program.

 

WHAT IS THIS PROGRAM ALL ABOUT?

 

One of MDDB's biggest challenges is maintaining the dogs that remain with the organisation. Given that MDDB is not a shelter due to the organisation's commitment towards the Trap-Neuter-Release-Manage (TNRM) philosophy of stray management, acquiring funds to maintain the dogs is at times an impossible task to meet. The dogs that are with MDDB currently come under four different categories:

 

A) Mother Dogs - These mother dogs are rescued with their puppies after they had given birth in unsafe places such as on the streets, on pavements as well as public places. Their puppies have been rehomed but these mother dogs remain with us because no one wants them.

 

B) Disabled Dogs - MDDB rescues many accident victims and abused dogs. Sometimes the injuries are so extensive that these dogs are left with permanent disabilities. Under this category, MDDB has dogs that are three-legged, dogs that have to use wheels to move around as well as dogs that are disfigured or blind.

 

C) Senior Dogs - Many senior dogs more often than not end-up in the streets. It's not known whether they have been abandoned or lost their way from home. Most of them are also going blind and have become slow in movement due to age. Other problems include issues like arthritis and rheumatism.

 

D) Dogs That No One Wants To Adopt - Sometimes there are unfortunate puppies that remain unadopted even after the rest of their litter have found homes. These little ones grow into dogs under our care and remain with us until someone finds it in their heart to take them in and love them.

 

For more information please go to

https://www.facebook.com/MDDBFurkidSponsorship

 

THE GREATNESS OF A NATION AND ITS MORAL PROGRESS CAN BE JUDGED BY THE WAY ITS ANIMALS ARE TREATED - MOHANDAS GHANDI