Adoption Stories

 

Here’s a heartwarming story of how our Montana, now renamed as Nana, found her forever home.

“Nana, or we used to refer her as the dog which always has its tail tucked between the legs, is the mongrel we adopted from ALL. We didn't fall in love with Nana at the first sight but she was one of those dogs we are looking to adopt. Every time we went to ALL we saw Nana curling herself up, laying quietly in her kennel, looking outside the bars. She could lay there for hours. To a point we felt there was no hope in her eyes. This is when we decided to bring her home to give her a home.

It had then been a significant change in Nana's life. We never know Nana can be this active and playful. She loves the daily walks so much that she will jump and run around on the grass patch. She enjoys the company of my two bunnies. Despite all the hassles during the adoption process (especially when we stay in hdb and must go through Project Adore) and the difficulties initially trying to build trust, seeing Nana now happily waging her tail proves that we did good, and every bitterness pays off.

Not all dogs are born equal. Mongrels tend to be given much lesser chances because they used to be stray dog wondering on the street. But they are dogs too. they can be very loving, loyal, and grateful when you give them a home. So anyone wishing the accompany of a dog can perhaps pause a minute, see if you can give our stray friends a chance as there are so many out there waiting for one.

P.s. Special thanks to ALL and their Rehoming Team have been very helpful aiding us through the adoption process. It takes a great deal of determination and a big heart to rescue, shelter and care for over 500 stray dogs and cats.

So much respect to Mohan, Cathy, Catheryn, and all the volunteers!”

From Nana's Happy Family😊


FanDogh and Gerdoo

Here’s a heartwarming story of how our FanDogh and Gerdoo found their forever homes.

“In December 2018, our family met the lovely FanDogh and Gerdoo (Hazelnut and Walnut in Persian) and decided to take them home.

We’re grateful to the amazing support from the Rehoming Team at Animal Lovers League. They gave us lots of tips and pointers to ease our two companions into our home, and were very meticulous about the whole process.

We renamed them Bubbles and Pebbles we enjoy spending time with them. Both of them are really cuddly, and Bubbles knows lots of tricks, while Pebbles loves to play fetch. We are very fortunate to have found dogs with such lovely personalities.

If you ever think of getting a furpal, please consider adopting. There are lots of amazing dogs out there who need a loving home, and they will be sure to shower your home with lots more love in return. ❤”

Happy Family of Bubbles and Pebbles