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Jerry & Steph with their new baby – Nudee!

By • Dec 5th, 2008 • Category: Rama IX Park

Today there was a bright and cheerful feeling to the visit I made to see Nudee in his new home. Followers of the adventures of Mr Nudee, will recall how he used to live in Rama IX public park, in fact in the car park of that park. Recently he was tragically run over whilst […]


Nudee Disaster

By • Nov 23rd, 2008 • Category: Rama IX Park

Disaster is what this really is!
Apparently yesterday / Friday a woman was driving a car in the car park, talking on the phone and drove straight over the sleeping body of Nudee.

The folks in the park have been offering him food but he was said to be just laying in one spot, in agony and looking very weak.
**Update – Nudee was discharged from hospital yesterday and went to live with Nola’s son Jerry in Chiang Mai. Today (Tues) I spoke with Jerry and I am comforted to know that Nudee is eating well, taking it easy without getting anxious about his new surroundings and already receiving visitors.**


Nudee looks better already – He is eating!

By • Nov 22nd, 2008 • Category: Rama IX Park

As promised (to Nudee) I paid another visit to his food servant today, Kh Toy and demonstrated the very difficult art of delivering food in a bowl, mixed up with some parasite killing medicine called Ivomec. The only minor hiccup (for me, not Nudee) was the plastic doggy eating bowl was no where to be […]


Beware of assumption

By • Nov 17th, 2008 • Category: Rama IX Park

Today I returned to Rama IX public Park, where 2 weeks ago I last visited to meet up with Nudee, a longterm friend and doggy in need. I wrote about my recent encounter with him and that I had found a food vendor (Kh Toy) working in the park, who had made a point of […]


Nudee – Rama IX Park – He needs help

By • Oct 27th, 2008 • Category: Rama IX Park

In front of me, was a brown fur patch on the tarmac. Something like a moth eaten rug that granny kept from her early days and you just wanted to throw out and buy her a new one. Something that I nearly ran over!

As he lay there curled up in the middle of the car park, not in the shade of the stall holders umbrella’s and not out of the way of cars and people driving or treading on him, my heart went to my throat and I squatted down and talked to him.