Stop taking away the TNRM cats from City Gardens Condominium, Kuala Lumpur!
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City Gardens Condominium
Management Office, Mezzanine Floor, Tower Block 12,
Persiaran Raja Chulan, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA
Tel: +603-2078 6558 Fax: +603-2078 2558
Based on recent confirmation of DBKL being allowed to enter the premises of City Gardens Condominium for the sole purpose of removing cats for their extermination we would like to inform the management of our intent to seek damages and cease and desist from removing anymore stray cats within the premises.
On the 28th of November 2015, we spoke at the AGM for unit owners about our Trap Neuter Release Manage (TNRM) program for cats in our community. It was agreed at that meeting that we had support to run our program and we have multiple witnesses to support this fact.
Over the past 3 years we have spent about RM8500 of our own money on neutering, vaccinations, medicine, and food as well as the countless hours and emotional toil that we have invested in making sure the community was a humane one.
When Mr. Selvanayagam, the new building manager took over, things changed and not always for the better. He ordered cat food removed from outside our door and under our car and called in the city hall to remove the stray cats. When we confronted him, he said that it was 'his law.' He forgot that the building dues that we pay monthly, pay part of his salary. We don't want our dues to pay for inhumanity and cruelty.
His actions are arrogant, cruel, inhumane and unacceptable and we would like to ask the council to reinstate the agreement that we had prior to Mr. Selvanayagam's appointment, ensure that the City Gardens Community remain a humane and loving community for all its members, human and otherwise.
Please stop the cruelty at City Gardens Condominium now!
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