So-U.TV this time brings you the story of Fox. A new born puppy contained with Parvovirus inflection when Sally Anderson first found her. Fox has been taken care by HKDR for seven months. Today Fox find new home and begin her new life. This is a heart warming moment that all animal lover don’t want to miss, see it all here.
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SO-U.TV brings you to another cool party this week. On 22 July HK Alley Cats Watch hosted Glamour Puss Party for the forth times to raise money for helping the plight of Hong Kong’s street cats. It includes great prizes and an auction of a hunky bachelor (or was he a stripper? Nah, his stripping doesn’t look professional to me).
If you like cute puppies, you will love this video! So-U.TV was at the launch of ‘Sunday Puppy’, the latest puppy homing event from the Hong Kong Dog Rescue. A great opportunity for dog lovers to meet and play with puppies, and maybe find their future pet-to-be.
So-U.TV brings you another episode of New Leash on Life. This time the team spoke to Sally Anderson from the Hong Kong Dog Rescue about Bread and Egg, two adorable sharpei pups that were so tiny that nobody didn’t expected them to survive.
After the devastating earthquake in Sichuan, Animals Asia, the organisation that runs the moon bears sanctuary, came to the rescue of the surviving dogs and cats. People are lining up to hand over their pet dogs for safe-keeping until they are back on their feet.
They did it! After 800 years with no Beaver dams in England, a pair of them have finally build one recently.
Telegraph UK reports:”The male beaver has been spotted feeding alone some distance from the lodge, whereas the female seems keen to stay close to their home,” he said. “This might suggest that she has young inside, but we won’t know until at least late July when they’re ready to come outside.
We haven’t had beavers here for 800 years because they were hunted to extinction. Now, a year after they came to Escot, they have built a dam and we think they are breeding. We won’t know for sure for a couple of months but it is very encouraging. It really is a superb structure – quite a feat of engineering for two small beavers.”