Malaysian Animal Welfare Association
Started 2 petitions
Justice for homeless animals in Malaysia
We’ve recently seen a number of unwarranted killings of not only homeless animal but pets that belong to owners. First at Puchong where dogs were poisoned within an owner's compound. Than came Levander Heights case where 5 dogs were poisoned which includes a dog called rottie that has an owner. Third came Taman Wahyu poisoning and chopped dogs. Fourth is Kemayan poisoned dog. There were multiple cases of cats being poisoned and killed by irresponsible people. These unwarranted killings need to be stopped and these murderers need to be punished but for some reason, it appears that the government is not doing anything about it. And it doesn’t come as a surprise as we have all seen how their municipality workers handled the homeless animals. We want them to be protected. They are also living beings and have every right to be amongst us. Those who harm these homeless animalss must be punished and punished harshly. And the government must endeavour to protect them. We vote for a change, a change that will include the stray animal welfare. We are demanding the authorities to look into following:- To fairly investigate all abuse cases and impose heavy punishment if found guilty. To form a National Consultative Body on animal welfare which consist of independent rescuers and registered societies. For the roll out and enforcement of Responsible Pet Ownership which includes sterilization and microchiping To transforming all presently owned pounds by city council into welfare facilities or to provide proper facility to manage the homeless animals For issuing a Moratorium to all rounding up activities of homeless animals. With implementing the above, we believe the homeless animals will be given the chance to live. Abuse and killing cases will be addressed and ideally, moved to zero cases. We are asking for your support by signing this petition to show your support on making Malaysia stray and abuse free. "The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way it's animals are treated" - Mahatma Gandhi
Remove Death Penalty for Strays and Give Them A Second Chance
We are from Malaysian Animal Welfare Association would like to appeal to Malaysian Government to make Malaysia as No Kill Country. We believe this will be a great initiative to see Malaysia as reformed nation and as a country that respects animal rights as well. While we have an act that protects animal right but the enforcement is still weak. It was brought to our attention how strays are being managed inhumanely by authorities as well as general publics (Abusers). Whether it is done by authorities or abusers, cruelty towards strays has never stopped. Below are the demands we have from our new government. Abolish the put to sleep policy performed by councils (death penalty) Councils to collaborate with local shelters/NGO to look at permanent solution Local council to redefine the license issuance policy for pets kept at home To introduce 2 hours module at schools on stray management education and also at local residence association of housing area With above being implemented, we believe the strays are given opportunity to live, zero abuse cases can be achieved and most importantly, Malaysia will be ZERO stray country. We are seeking your support by signing this petition to show your support to make MALAYSIA as STRAY & ABUSE FREE COUNTRY.