Help on the way for stranded animals


Canine rescue: Resident Wong Seng Kang carrying his pet dogs to safety after his house in Taman Bukit Mentok in Kemaman was hit by flash floods.

PETALING JAYA: Non-human victims of the ravaging floods in the country have not been forgotten.

Many animal lovers have formed groups to help save cats, dogs and other animals stranded in flood water, especially in Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang and Perak.

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