Wednesday, September 9, 2009
The 'Kelab Kucing Malaysia' has organized this Merdeka Cat Show in conjuction with 52nd Merdeka Celebration, with the help of venue sponsors - EG Event Exhibition Guide Group, and other pet foods companies like ProDiet, cat accessories that is Katty and even the MAS Kargo company that promotes their Pet Hotel.
It is actually also for charity purposes, as the money collected is to be donated to the recent Taiwan calamity.
Being a very, very cat person, the natives of Headshot was obviously there for the event videography, while witnessed a lot of cats being on display... we only saw a few many type breeds of cats such as the fur-less sphinxs, and also some very normal breed but huge cats, such as the garfield type.
The first 2 days however doesn't have any happenings beside only cats on display, so the natives were told to come and videography the event on the 31st itself which have the cat pedigree judging, cat shows, and simple question and answer gaming sessions.
Friday, September 4, 2009
Let Vegetarianism Grow on You - 2nd September 2009, Pavilion Mall, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Appearing outside Pavilion Mall in a spectacular full-length gown made of lettuce next to the tagline "Let Vegetarianism Grow on You", a member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Asia urges shoppers and passersby to go vegetarian...
The natives of Headshot were there for the videographing of the event.
The event lasted for only around within half and hour, because of the security personnel attempting to stop it from continuing on. Quite complicated.
The green dress that the 'Lettuce Lady' is wearing, is really made of vegetable lettuce leaves.
But actually, quite wasteful of the vegetables for an event...
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Its a charity event desired to aid missions that provide shelter and care to unwanted and abused animals, especially the recent rescue mission of the abandoned dogs in Pulau Ketam that the SPCA has already started.
At the end of this event that was organized by the students of KDU College, they have collected and donated a total of RM 9K (Malaysian Ringgit Nine Thousand) to SPCA Selangor... the largest sum of donation from schools that SPCA has ever received in the past few years.
And, yesterday the natives got a call from Zoo Negara, and told us that the Zoo managing director liked the draft of the video that we gave that day, and that we can continue to proceed on to making of the corporate video of the Zoo Negara...