A man named Lionel Keith Vytialingam was out to get some groceries until he was disturbed by vehicle horns and screeching tires. He spotted a filthy pooch casually strolling amidst the traffic. He hurriedly got into his car and followed the stray tail-wagger until he had her in his arms.
She was heading to the speeding traffic, not aware that she might be in an accident. She calmly approached him, that is when he noticed a note around her neck. It was from the dog’s point of view.
Siggy is her name, the note says, an un-neutered Goldendoodle turning five this year. Her master couldn’t take care of her anymore. She was obedient and attentive.
The letter also stated that she had never bitten anyone. She wants to be a part of someone’s family, to be loved and accepted. Siggy would not bark at someone she knows. She also knows to do some tricks that people around her would be delighted to see.
The letter almost shattered Lionel’s heart. He couldn’t allow the dog to wander around and risk getting killed. It was just too cruel for him.
Siggy was a purebred dog. The risk of being a broodmare is of high chance, so he decided to take her into his car and drove home.
It took Siggy some time to be used around him. She opened up to him soon, being clingy and adorably needy. She wanted all of his attention and would follow him around the house. She loved to keep eye contact all the time.
While Siggy demonstrated how thankful she was for everything, she didn’t get along with Lionel’s rescued dog, Sammo. Lionel came up with a solution after a discussion with his brother. His brother would adopt Siggy after the COVID-19 Movement Control Order was over. Lionel wanted to tell the public that abandoning pets is not a choice when there are shelters around.