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Mother Dog In KL Stabbed To Death By Unknown Person, Leaving Five Puppies Orphaned


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One of the most painful things a person can experience is losing their mothers.

Hence, considering how it’s no secret that mothers are truly special beings in the world, why would anyone take a mother away from their babies?

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The Malaysia Animal Association took to their Facebook profile to showcase a stray mother dog that was stabbed to death after she was seen nursing her little new born puppies.

Satu lagi pembunuhan secara menikam mati seekor ibu anjing beranak 5 yang sedang menyusukan anaknya dilaporkan berlaku…

Posted by Persatuan Haiwan Malaysia – Malaysia Animal Association on Thursday, May 21, 2020

They wrote, “Another case of death by stabbing, as a mother dog to five puppies was killed while it was nursing her young – reportedly in Jinjang, Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia Animal Association is calling for any witnesses who knows the identity of the perpetrator to bravely come forward to make a report to the authorities. Cases involving animal cruelty should not be kept quiet and need to be brought to justice.”

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“Malaysia has the Animal Welfare Act 2015 that prioritises and protects the importance of animal rights from cruelty and abuse. Don’t worry about your safety, WhatsApp the Malaysia Animal Association hotline at +6011-20901097 to share any information regarding the incident and the perpetrator. Information about the informant will be cared for,” they added.

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It’s so sad to know that these poor little puppies have now lost their mother who just wanted to care for them and protect them. Why would anyone even do something like this in the first place?

“Don’t protect animal terrorists. Send them to jail immediately!”

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section. 


Also read: Malaysians Are Outraged After Girl Teaches Others That It Is Halal To Poison A Harmful Dog

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