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Stray Cat Found Cruelly Hung To Death In Perak, Activists Offering RM1,000 For Information

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For many people, committing harm and injury to innocent animals who are practically defenceless is an unthinkable act. It is inhumane just as much as it is cruel. Unfortunately, not every person seems to have the same compassion and empathy that most of us show these four-legged creatures, as this post on Facebook goes to show.

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Just yesterday (20th November 2019). a member of the Facebook group Malaysia Animal Association uploaded a post which shows a stray cat that had been cruelly strung up with rope around its neck, before being left to hang dead from the side of a banner.

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According to the post by the activist group, the incident had taken place in Pondok Bit Arena Square, Tanjung Malim, Perak. The carcass of the poor cat was found on Tuesday (19th November 2019), where it hung lifelessly from the side of a banner from a length of rope.

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The group says that they are willing to offer RM1,000 to anyone who could come forward as a key witness to the crime, or could present video evidence of the incident having taken place.

According to Harian Metro, who had reached out to the animal activist group, it is said that the president of the group Arie Dwi Andika is currently in the process of obtaining more evidence of the crime itself.

“We are in the process of getting information from local residents who live around the area, as well as security camera footage.”

He also adds that the suspect, if found, could be charged under the Animal Welfare Act 2015, which states that those who commit harm to animals may be fined with an amount between RM10,000 and RM100,000, as well as face jail time of no more than three years, according to Astro Awani.

For those of you who may have information regarding this cruel case, you may reach out to the activist group on WhatsApp via +601120901097. 

 

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