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Source: Shamalah Murthy | Instagram

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One thing that has unfortunately become a common thing in Malaysia is the maltreatment of stray dogs by local council members during capture processes.

Despite the fact that many have stood up against them and condemned them for their cruel actions, this is still happening.

Netizen, Shamalah Murthy, took to her Instagram account to showcase how Kulai local council members were unbothered (and even rude to her) as she called them out in person for dragging a stray dog across the road and locking it up in an iron box.

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She wrote, “I thought I had started a wonderful new year, but today (January 2), an incident broke my heart. This Kulai Municipal Council (MPKu), Johor Bahru department, was cruelly dragging the dog and locked it in an iron box. There is no space to move and breathe for the poor dog.”

“Even the MPKu staff member was really rude to me and could even show the ‘peace‘ hand gesture when I took his picture and was laughing at me, let’s make him famous now. We have to stop dog catching in Malaysia. Please, share as much as you can, friends.”

In her post, she shared a video she took where an MPKu staff member could be seen pulling and dragging a dog across the road as the poor animal struggled.

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After being confronted by Shamalah, the staff member used his pole to lift the dog by the neck and shove it into an iron box in the back of their vehicle.

It is truly saddening to see just how little consideration the staff members have for the dog.

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We genuinely hope that local councils can learn to leave this barbaric practice behind in 2023 and figure out more humane ways towards capturing and relocating stray dogs, should there be valid complaints.

You can check out her post here.

What do you think about this? Do feel free to share your thoughts in the comment section.


Also read: M’sians Condemn Kuantan Local Council & Bus Terminal for Broken Facilities Despite Extra Charges

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