Wednesday, 2 June 2010

[rehomed!] ADOPT: Tigger the 3+mo brindle male mongrel

The wonderful thing about tiggers
Is tiggers are wonderful things!
Their tops are made out of rubber
Their bottoms are made out of springs!
They're bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy
Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!
But the most wonderful thing about tiggers is
I'm the only one
- The Sherman Brothers, 'Tigger's Song, The Tigger Movie

Little Tigger for adoption.

Tigger is our sweet and lovely 2-3 month old orphaned brindle male pup. During a recent raid he became separated from his mama and siblings and thankfully, escaped death by running in a different direction, towards a kind man who would later be his rescuer. The rescuer is not a dog lover per se but he felt sorry for the little pup as the gruesome operation took place, and took him home, away from the authorities.

As far as we know, Tigger is the only one of the litter not caught. He lives on to carry the legacy of his mama and siblings and bears his beautiful and unusual brindle stripes bravely and boldly. He has been to a vet for a check up and vaccination and declared healthy.

Unaware of his near demise, litter Tigger sleeps in perfect contentment and plays with gusto at his fosterers home. We pray for a good home for brave little Tigger.

only 1st vacination has been done, adopter to finish his 2nd and 3rd vacination and to sterillize him.

For more info, email us at or SMS 8128 9792 if you wish to view our little tiger cub look alike. Please be mindful that Tigger is not HDB approved.

See more photos of Tigger here:

[Original post:]

Update Tue 12 Apr
Little Tigger has grown handsome and taller but still a sweet little boy. He loves playing with his chewies and chasing his foster kor kor Princy around. Just like korkor he also likes to look at hamsters and guinea pigs without hurting them. His ears have stood up, or rather, one is up and one is still floppily down. He does look goofily cute with one ear up and one ear down as if beckoning us to take yet more photos of him, before they fully become upright ears.

Tigger is such a goody with people and during a recent gathering among friends, he was the soul and life, as he was passed from hands to hands, everyone oohing and awwingg at him and queuing to cuddle this docile little boy who is so very mild and even tempered. He stands proudly to guard his home when kor kor is not around, then hides below a table to sound his barks, supposedly not sure if he should or should not, mmmm. What a laugh ! It is hilarious to hear 'wuffing' from below the table and yet cannot see the dog. And when kor kor is around, he stands a step behind to give support and encouragement when kor kor barks, but not a sound from little Tigger, just egging on as a bystander - looking.

He has learnt his toileting habits well and has a marvellous appetite. Everything is appreciated by him, no remnants left as the food bowl is licked clean Once we went visiting with food for an impromtu mini party and much later, found comical little Tigger sitting patiently and quietly all alone at the back with his eyes fixed on his empty bowl, as if waiting for us to remember him in our jolly repast. This is the kind of joy and laugher Tigger brings his fosterers each day. Yes, he is loved dearly and if the fosterer could keep him, they will but they can't and the next best thing is to let him go to a home who loves him just as much.

If you have room for a little 3+ month brindle male boy, please email us at or send an SMS to 8128 9792. Viewing can be arranged for our little tigger cub. Please be mindful that Tigger is not HDB approved as he will grow into a mid size dog although his frame is very small.

[Source:, Thu 8 Apr.]

Update Tue 2 Jun
Tigger has been adopted.

[Source:, Mon 31 May.]