After the first hour of searching, we first found Café (male puppy), who was extremely dirty, tired, hungry and injured. He was immediately taken to the vet for a thorough check up.
Café (taken a few days before he went missing)
Latte (also taken a few days before she went missing)
Almost 4 hours later, the sister, Latte, was found. Thank God she was not hurt, although equally tired, hungry and dirty.
By this time, the vet was closed and she could not be taken to the vet for a check. She will be going the following day.
Removing a yellow string round his neck when we found him
Little Café too tired to move and relieved to be saved
Stay tuned for the full story; a day filled with drama, excitement, happiness and sometimes pain and sadness, of seeing the little ones injured, especially Café. Read how they had to fend for themselves at this tender age in the jungle out there and how they protected each other and looked out for one another. It’s amazing how someone so small can already show so much strength, courage and loyalty. Their love and bond for each other melted our hearts and perhaps this was the reason why the entire team of volunteers willingly spent their Sunday in search of them.
We were hoping to find at least one of them but miraculously we found both within the day and I thank the volunteers for helping in the search. Without their insistence and persistence, we may never have found the two missing pups. I am indeed grateful for having such a loving and caring team of volunteers; dedicated and compassionate. The doglets are blessed to have them.
Should you wish to adopt, foster, help with their medical bills, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mocha has been adopted by Karen, Royston and Cheryl and we thank them for loving her and making her a part of their lives.
Coffee anyone? Café? Latte? Cocoa?