• Petitioning YBHG Datuk Dr. Abdul Aziz Bin Jamaluddin

This petition will be delivered to:

Director General Department of Veterinary Services
YBHG Datuk Dr. Abdul Aziz Bin Jamaluddin

Stop Malaysia's Barbaric method of getting rid of strays

    1. Petition by

      Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue

The state of Malaysia's stray dogs and cats are at a very crucial stage where they are treated in the worst ways you can imagine by our local councils. They are stabbed, kicked, strangled and then left untreated and unfed for days without water and food. Puppies get eaten by bigger dogs in the pounds when the hunger gets to them. This is not the way to catch unwanted animals.

The only way to a long-term solution is for the government to work together with animal shelters to control the population of strays. We all have only one mission. To make Malaysia a STRAY-FREE country. Would you want to live in a country like that? Please sign and spread the word. Thank You

 

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    • Neha Virdi INDIA
      • about 12 hours ago

      Animal Shdn't be treated dis way

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    • Amira Zailani SELANGOR, MALAYSIA
      • about 13 hours ago

      i love animals. they deserve to live.

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    • winnie kwong SAN FRANCISCO, CA
      • 1 day ago

      because i am a human being and not a barbarian. and animals are innocent.

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    • devesh issar NEW DELHI, INDIA
      • 2 days ago

      because i am an animal lover..these effin asians donot have the right to just to kill any animal n start eating it. Whoever does so should burn in hell. STOP THIS PLEASE!!!! mother fucker asians.

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    • Liu Silvy Natalia JAKARTA, INDONESIA
      • 2 days ago

      Tolong ditindak lanjuti, karna saya tidak tega melihat hal seperti ini terjadi terus menerus, tanpa ada nya tindakan!!! thx's

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