OMG, this is terrible!
A poor doggo was found dead outside a shop which sells electrical appliances in Putra Heights, according to A Fortress of Fur‘s FB page.
The post reported that the poor doggo was found in a puddle of blood and what looks like a bullet hole in its forehead. The post read,
“I was very shocked; I was on the way to get some breakfast at Putra Heights (Note: jln Putra Mahkota) when I saw a dog which was dead right in front of an electrical shop. There’s a hole in its forehead; hopefully, this case will be investigated soon.”
The netizen who wrote the post said that the shop hadn’t opened yet because it was a Sunday (13th October 2019). Following that, the netizen urged the shop owner to take action, and if the owner doesn’t do that, they called for animal rights NGOs to do the necessary.
On top of that, the netizen also urged people with information about the incident to come forth and make a police report. Yes, please do lodge a police report if you have information regarding the case.
This is heartbreaking! I hope the police will investigate this case and if it is proven that someone harmed the doggo, they should be brought to court in order to face prosecution.
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