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AMID the gloom due to the Covid-19 pandemic and travel restrictions, the report on the “hiring” of Johnny and Puppy – two stray dogs – by Manjung Municipal Council (MPM) to protect Seri Manjung Mangrove Park visitors from wild monkeys and venomous animals has warmed my heart.
THE financial constraints as a result of almost a year of braving the Covid-19 pandemic, coupled with restrictions under the various stages of the movement control order, have driven more pet owners to abandon their furry companions.
WHILE the number of animals left fending for themselves on the streets of Johor has increased since the introduction of the movement control order last March, there are people who have shown kindness to these homeless animals.
A BREEDER of exotic freshwater stingrays, some worth up to RM100,000 each, has discovered huge market potential after taking his business online.
YEAR 2020, has been a testing time for Malaysians, including Klangites.
A DOG, which was fighting for its life after it allegedly consumed poisoned bait used in a crow population control drive by the Penang Island City Council (MBPP) last week, has been discharged from the veterinarian clinic where it was treated.
A NAME that needs no introduction, Jaya Grocer is bringing its distinctive brand of fresh lifestyle stores to Quayside Mall.
THE festive season this year may be more subdued, but Tropicana Gardens Mall, a subsidiary of property developer Tropicana Corporation Bhd, is doing its part to brighten up the celebrations.
JOHOR BARU: Not only has the Covid-19 pandemic affected Malaysians from all walks of life, pets are also impacted in the changes brought on by the new normal.
SIBU: The local authority will start compounding those who violate the recovery movement control order standard operating procedures (SOP) guidelines from Jan 1, after the Health Ministry gives the green light.