MALAYSIA — KC Valley, a pet rescue non-government organisation (NGO), is waiting to be reunited with its lost dog Changgang Boy which has 20 BB gun bullets still lodged in its body, and the wounds are infected.
Changgang Boy escaped the vet he was sent to for treatment, Zen Animal Clinic at SS15/5a, Subang Jaya Selangor, on Sunday (9 July).
Time is of the essence, the dog is still very weak, and it needs further medical attention.
The NGO has been trying to find and retrieve the dog for further medical attention since the day it escaped.
“Dear animal lovers, please help find Changgang Boy. This dog is injured badly due to being shot by BB (bullet ball) gun. We are all concerned about his safety and health,” said the rescuers.
On 30 June at 11 am, Sani, a rescuer from KC Valley received a distress call about a dog that was too injured to move. They immediately went to rescued it at Kampung Bukit Changgang, Banting, to bring it to the vet for treatment.
According to a KC Valley’s Facebook post, Dr Toh, the vet who treated Changgang Boy, first stabilised it as stabilisation must be done before performing the removal of any of the BB bullets.
“The dog was very weak and could not move. Dr Toh will progressively remove the 20+ bullets as the dog is weak.
“The vet will keep the dog under its care for the slow removal of the bullets, as it was very weak,” said the NGO.
Changgang Boy was found at death’s door due to the malicious cruelty of humans, said KC Valley.
They requested anyone with any information regarding the potential culprit who shot the dog to contact them.
In the meantime, the pet rescue group said the vet will keep the dog under its care for the slow removal of the bullets, as it was very weak.
The NGO is requesting its followers and kind souls to help donate as it estimates the veterinary bill for Changgang Boy would cost a total of RM9,000.
“The fees are not only for the removal procedure, but also for deworming and neutering, as well as the pet taxi they took to transport it to the vet,” it said.
Unfortunately, Changgang Boy escaped the vet on 9 July.
If you live around Subang Jaya, do keep a look out for Changgang Boy and contact KC Valley’s staff, Sani at +60166112777 or Chia Boon Woo at +60123111132, if you see it.
If you’d like to donate to the NGO so that they can continue their work to rescue, feed, and home strays, please contact them and view their updates at KC Valley’s Facebook page.