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Human Cruelty

Unprovoked.. and for no reason.. a docile puppy was dumped into a manhole by a Somalian student, Mohamad Hasan, and his friends..

Why..? and how is one capable of such incomprehensible cruelty..?

I can’t help but wonder… if.. the only way animals can be free of human cruelty.. is for either species to be extinct..


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Glass Walls – Eating Without Thinking..

If you love your meaty meals.. you should know at least where it came from.. and how it was produced..

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Malaysia Boleh!

Hi All..

This is the latest foul crap emitted by the asses at the Selayang Municipal Council..

Pertandingan Sepanjang Masa
Pertandingan Menangkap Anjing Antara Jawatankuasa Penduduk.
-RM 15,000 (Tempat Pertama)
-RM 13,000 (Tempat Kedua)
-RM 11,000 (Tempat Ketiga)

It’s a competition to capture as many stray canines as possible with lucrative prize money being offered..

This is gonna trigger a bloodbath frenzy amongst the greedy..

It’s truly amazing how humans think nothing of forcefully imposing on God’s other creatures.. with little respect and care..

Makes one wonder if our world is evolving for the better or worse..

What do you think?

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They’ll Never Learn

They’ll never learn

Child traumatised by killing of pet dog
By Kenneth Koh

LABUAN: An 11-year-old girl is said to have been traumatised by the killing of her pet dog by men with guns.

The shooting took place at Taman Sea View along Jalan Tanjung Aru here in front a group of children who were playing with the dog in the playground on Sunday afternoon.

Primary 5 pupil Jocelyn Ang related: “They shot my pet Snowy in the leg and as he ran towards our house, the men chased after him and shot him a second time in front of our gate. They then lifted Snowy up by the tail to show us, while his legs were still kicking.”

Looking sad as she spoke yesterday, Jocelyn said that Snowy strayed to their home three years ago and he had been a part of the family.

Her father, Jonathan Ang, a local businessman, told The Borneo Post that there was a mark that looked like a bullet hole on the post of the concrete fence of his house.

“What if the bullet had hit someone?” he asked.

“What had happened was unbecoming and cruel. Neighbours believe the men were from a government agency and we would be lodging a police report on the incident because it was a danger to the public. Children should not be exposed to such display. There was blood splattered around,” he said.
Ang added that following the shooting, his daughter “freaked out” and had been having nightmares. Her sleep had also been disturbed.

Gerald Toidy, another resident of the same housing estate who witnessed what he described as a cruel and gruesome act, revealed that he had contacted the SPCA (Special Protection & Care for Animals) in Kuala Lumpur on the matter.
“I do not own a dog but what happened in our peaceful and friendly neighbourhood is shocking! About 20 men came in four to five vehicles and some of them were brandishing rifles. It was like we were under siege,” he said.

Gerald related that the children were happily playing with Snowy at the playground when the men commanded the children to move aside. When the children were about 10 feet away from the dog, a shot rang out and the children started crying hysterically.

“A young girl was crying and clutching on to her pet dog, Brownie, in her house compound. A man with a gun threatened that he would shoot it if it moves out of the fence,” Gerald related, adding that the shooting took place around 5.15pm when the neighbourhood was gathered at the playground for their outdoor activities.

Both Gerald and Jonathan concurred that while they appreciated the many commendable deeds that the authorities were doing for the populace, the dog shooting and the way it was done definitely needed some rethinking.

“Surely there are more civilised methods to control stray dogs, like using nets or traps and putting the strays to sleep at a proper pound. The shooting may create more problems than what the stray dogs are creating,” they opined.

They were also concerned why Snowy and Brownie were targeted when it was very obvious that they were not strays.


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When You Buy From A Petshop

Hi All..

When you buy an animal (be it a cute little kitty or puppy or ferret or any animal) from a petshop.. this is what you’re encouraging..

Animal Farming!

Cats and dogs are being ‘farmed’ all around the world.. and this is very rampant in Malaysia as well..

These farmers are also known as backyard breeders..

So ask yourself.. if you’d like to be a part of such a lie and cruelty..

Such cruelty can only cease.. when the buying stops..

Stop supporting petshops and backyard breeders that profit from the sufferings of animals..

SCCARFS Pet Connection Project

Note: Pictures courtesy of Puppy Farm Tails.

Please read Petshop Victims for a similar write-up on a person’s experience of working in a pet shop.

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Life Sentence

If you own a pet..

Please know and realise that your pets are living beings that require your love and sensitivity..

Please never keep your pets continually chained up..

Poster courtesy of PETA.

Text on poster as below:

If we tried to invent the cruelest punishment for dogs, we probably couldn’t come up with anything worse than “solitary confinement” on a chain or in a kennel.

Dogs are pack animals who crave companionship. Scratches behind the ears, games of fetch, or walks around the block mean the world to them. Curling up at your feet while you watch TV is their idea of heaven.

Many dogs left to fend for themselves at the end of a chain fall prey to attacks by other animals or cruel people, and many others are injured or hanged or choke as a result of getting entangled or caught in their tether.

If you have a backyard dog, please, bring him or her inside, they don’t want much—just you.

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Woe Betide Us

Hello Everyone..

Woe betide us Malaysian animal lovers..

I received this from Paw Pledge, an animal rescue group in Singapore..

The following pictures contain graphic content of outrageous cruelty unleashed towards the innocent felines in the island of Singapore..

Please do not read any further if you cannot handle gory and bloody pictures..

Singapore should have just done us a great favour by chucking the guy into the sea instead of deporting him back to Malaysia..


SCCARFS Pet Connection Project


Aug 25, 2006
Eight weeks’ jail for cat torturer
SPCA to appeal to AG Chambers for stiffer sentence, says penalty sends wrong signal By Kushwant Singh

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Wong tortured the cat until it could not be revived, then bashed its body against a wall. Photo by Wong Kwai Chow.

AN air con technician pleaded guilty in the Community Court to torturing a cat and was jailed for eight weeks yesterday.

Malaysian Wong Geng Thong, 28, had befriended the cat after having dinner at a Haig Road coffee shop on July 31.

He fed it some cat food he had in his van and played with it. But when it scratched his leg, he became furious and put it in his van before driving off.

He reached the multi-storey carpark at Block 93A Jalan Dua, off Old Airport Road, at about 1.40am and parked in a deserted corner. He let the cat out but grew angry when it started running around.

He tied a wire noose around its neck and lifted the wire, hanging the cat by the neck. Every time the cat lost consciousness, Wong would revive it by massaging its chest.

He repeated his cruel game until the cat could not be revived.

Removing the wire noose, he grabbed the cat by the neck and bashed its body against the wall several times. He threw it on the floor and kept kicking it before driving off.

Wong did not realise all this had been captured on a spy camera in the carpark.

After cleaners found the grisly remains of 10 cats in the neighbourhood over the past five months, animal lovers started weekend patrols and raised funds to buy video cameras.

They then convinced the town council to hook up six miniature cameras to zoom in on areas in the carpark where several of the mangled bodies were found.

Mr Ishak Puteh, 42, a cleaner, called one of the animal lovers when he found the dead cat on Aug 1 at about 9.30am.

He alerted Miss Sandy Lim, who spotted a blue-and-white van in the video footage of a man swinging a cat from a lasso-like rope tied to its neck.

The education consultant, who is her 40s, scoured the neighbourhood, found the van and tailed the man to his workplace in Eunos, where he was later arrested by the police.

Miss Lim and two other cat lovers, who were in court yesterday, said they had expected a stiffer sentence.

She said: ‘The punishment did not take into account the full severity of the crime as about 10 cats have been killed.’

Added graphic designer Fiona Yuen, 32: ‘We’ve no doubts he is a serial cat killer.’

In passing sentence, District Judge Bala Reddy stressed the seriousness of the offence. He also noted that the psychiatrist who examined Wong was concerned he might abuse people too.

Wong could have been jailed up to a year and fined up to $10,000.

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is upset with the sentence, and will be submitting an appeal to the Attorney-General’s Chambers.

Said the executive officer of the SPCA, Miss Deirdre Moss: ‘With due respect to the courts, the SPCA thinks the punishment does not fit the crime, and may be sending out the wrong signal that such brutality is tolerated in society.”

This is the man.. that has been identified and charged in court as a feline murderer..

The blood stains of his victims that was left on the wall..

A bloody paw print..

The murder device..

One of his tortured victims..

News on this from other sources..

Singapore – A Malaysian technician was jailed for eight weeks after pleading guilty to torturing a cat to death by repeatedly hanging it from a wire and bashing its body against a wall, news reports said on Friday.

The sentence angered cat lovers who expected a stiffer ruling. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) said it will submit an appeal to the attorney-general’s chamber.

The Community Court heard how Wong Geng Thong, 28, fed the cat some food he had in his van, but became furious when it scratched his leg, The Straits Times said.

On arriving at a multi-storey carpark, he tied a wire noose around the animal’s neck and lifted the wire high enough to hang the cat.

Every time the cat lost consciousnesses, Wong revived it by massaging its chest and repeating ‘his cruel game,’ according to the newspaper report.

When the animal could not be revived, he bashed the cat’s body against the wall several times and kicked it several times before driving away.

The saga of torture on August 1 was captured by a camera in the carpark. Animal lovers had raised funds to buy video cameras after the grisly remains of 10 cats had been found in the neighbourhood.

‘The punishment did not take into account the full severity of the crime,’ cat lover Sandy Lim was quoted as saying after the ruling on Thursday. She cited the deaths of the other nine cats believed to have been killed by the air-conditioning technician.

District Judge Bala Reddy stressed the seriousness of the offence. He noted that the psychiatrist who examined Wong was concerned that he might abuse people.

‘The SPCA thinks the punishment does not fit the crime, and may be sending out the wrong signal that such brutality is tolerated in society,’ said executive director Deidre Moss.

© 2006 dpa – Deutsche Presse-Agentur

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