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Post by Administrator   #111157    |    Mar 26, 2016, 11:06pm   |    Community & Awareness
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A weekend for most of us would usually mean hanging out with friends or just lounging around lazily at home.

But, guess what this young man does on weekends — he stands under the blazing sun outside of AEON Bukit Tinggi Shopping Centre, with a "Rescued Puppy For Adoption" sign hung around his neck, all for the sake of stray animals.

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Francis, who is from Klang, Selangor, has done this several times. The animal rescuer would stand in public places, usually outside of AEON Bukit Tinggi, and wait for people to come up to him to adopt the puppies or kittens that he has rescued.

"I only did this once at Desa Park City, and it wasn’t a good place to go. I was chased away by the security guards wherever I went because I have these puppies. Perhaps I should have asked for a permit or approval first."

When asked on why he chose this method of standing outside malls for adoption drives, Francis told SAYS that, "I always see puppies on my Facebook timeline and people often tag me whenever they see a puppy that needs a home. To me, the competition is quite tough for puppies on social media. This method allows people to actually see the puppies, thus making the process easier than just posting up photos on Facebook."

"The way I see it, at least people will see and recognise my effort, so they would adopt from me rather than those that usually post photos on Faceook," added Francis hopefully.

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Francis standing outside of AEON Bukit Tinggi with a puppy that he rescued for an adoption drive in September 2015.

"The chances of them getting adopted by posting just photos on Facebook can be pretty low. For example, when I rescued about seven puppies, I posted up on Facebook that they are all up for adoption. Three weeks later, there wasn't even a single response to that post, " explained Francis.

"So, when standing outside public spaces like this, I get more attention and almost 95 percent of the time, the adoption drive is a success."...

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Source: SAYS

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