World Animal Day

Noah’s Ark Ipoh will be celebrating World Animal Day on Saturday October 4. There will be a food fair with a carnival atmosphere at the padang opposite RHB bank in Ipoh Garden South from 9am till 1pm.

Graced by YB Dato’ Rusnah, the food fair will be special with local aunties and friends showcasing their talents and sharing their special secret recipes such as kampong rice, homemade chicken curry, potato buns, designer cupcakes, sweet potato cakes, nonya kuih, savouries of all kinds and special nasi lemak to name but a few.

Two Englishmen will be selling homemade burgers with special toppings and Noah’s Ark Ipoh’s very own Claudia, who is a German expat, will be selling schnitzel and kartoffelnsalat.  Michaelangelo’s, Burps and Giggles and My Home Recipe will also be donating food for sale on this day. There will also be a booth hosted by celebrity chef David Tan whose recently published cookbook has been flying off the shelves of bookstores in Ipoh as well as the rest of Malaysia. Besides food there will be bric-a-brac for sale as well as NAI T-shirts.

There will be something for all ages with music, dancing and a clown performance. A talented emcee who can sing in 9 languages will sing special request songs. Depending on the registration there will be a best behaved neutered local dog parade judged by Dato’ Dr Wenddi Anne Chong.

Apart from raising funds towards their treat/spay and neuter of our stray animals Noah’s Ark Ipoh wishes to highlight the plight of the abandoned and cruelty to our stray animals. Any money raised will be directed to the rescue, treatment, neutering and adoption of the animals.

World Animal Day was started in 1931 to celebrate all animal life forms. It was a way of highlighting endangered species and it has been celebrated since.

For further information please contact:
Malika Ramiah Oates 017 575 1556
Ms Jeya Jeyaratnam 012 5386 366
Dr Ranjit 019 556 8292
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