When will people stop abusing animals?!
Earlier today (7 September), a girl from Sentul posted on Facebook group KL吹水站 about her unfortunate encounter when her pet dog was brutally murdered.
Ng, the pet owner, told WORLD OF BUZZ that she was notified about her dog’s death this morning. When she went on to check on their body, she was horrified upon seeing the way her dog was tortured to death.
According to Ng, her dog’s head, chest, and front legs were stuck hanging in between the fence of its kennel, and its death was caused by suffocation and choking. Her dog had been yanked by the collar from the other side of the fence. But that’s not all, the dog’s collar even snapped off due to the force of the perpetrator. It was then tossed back into the kennel after it came off.
Ng said that her dog struggled and excreted bloody faeces before its horrible death.
She mentioned that the surveillance camera at her flat building couldn’t capture the area where the kennel was placed at. Thus she couldn’t identify the cruel murderer. Other than that, Ng also mentioned that she could not hear her dog’s barking when this incident occurred.
Exasperated by the cruel act, she proceeded to explain that her dog was kept in a kennel where no outsiders could access, other than the eight families that reside in her building. This is why she suspected the murderer is one of the residents among the families, which makes sense since dogs typically bark at strangers.
Hoping to resolve this case, she had also lodged a police report. However, the police said that the crime scene had been contaminated, thus leading to a possible destruction of evidence. She could only wait for the laboratory tests to be carried out on the dog’s collar so that further investigations can be done.
We hope justice will be served, and may the doggo cross the rainbow bridge and rest in peace.
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