Himalaya is leading the way as a brand which encourages people to adopt dogs. For the second year, Himalaya is supporting pet adoption in partnership with CUPA. The animals at CUPA often suffer from injuries due to abandonment and having to suddenly fend for themselves. Three recent adoptees have since found happy homes, and four lovely pets are now under Himalaya’s care. We’re sponsoring everything needed for their care and nutrition. Join thousands of happy pet parents and adopt a lovely companion today!
Alex defines grace and elegance. With a beautiful black coat, long legs and deep brown eyes, she will leave you breathless. She was brought to the centre as a puppy with her two siblings, all of them weak and malnourished. While her two siblings didn't make it, Alex went on to blossom into a gorgeous and caring young girl. She is an attention seeker and is delightfully loyal. She takes a little time to warm up, but once she does, she will just belong to you!
Buddy is a beautiful Rottweiler who was rescued by CUPA after being found abandoned on the streets with a deep gash on his forehead. This injury made Buddy lose most of his eyesight, with only five percent vision in one eye. Being vision impaired makes Buddy take more time to interact with anyone. His disability, however, does not stop Buddy from enjoying himself while playing ball as he has learned to depend entirely on his sense of smell and hearing!
Caramel is a young puppy who was rescued on a rainy night with minor injuries caused from bites from an older dog. He was nurtured back to good health by a CUPA volunteer. Caramel is shy but is slowly learning to interact with visitors.
Google is one of the smartest dogs you could ever meet! His previous owners were forced to give him up after their newborn developed allergies whenever the dog was near. Google has a mind of his own. The extra socializing efforts by the Adoptions team will surely help Google settle down with a new family very soon.
Rocky was brought to CUPA by an avid dog lover who lived a few blocks away from Rocky’s owner. The owner refused to take care of Rocky as he felt that the dog failed in the task of being a good guard dog. Rocky has settled down well in his temporary home at CUPA and seems to enjoy his stay! As one of the most playful and loving dogs at the centre, Rocky definitely deserves a second chance at love!
Bam Bam is a one and a half year old female boxer who was found abandoned, tied in a dilapidated area. She was rescued and admitted in a CUPA shelter. The first day, she seemed scared and didn’t step out of the office to meet the other dogs. The second day, she was bullying them all! She has two aims in life: to play with her fellow canines and to slobber over every human who walks into her domain. Aptly named by the boys at the centre, she will knock you out with her cuteness and energy. BAM BAM!!
Petra was given to CUPA because he was hostile, and snapping and biting. It was later discovered his aggressive behavior was because he was chained on an unreasonably short leash continuously for three years without a pat or a hug. He has since learned to love and is extremely friendly and playful with familiar faces and voices.