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Sunday, January 9, 2011

The Sad Story of Wander The Abused Stray

I'm so furious about how animals are being treated in such manner!!!

For us, it was a bumpy start to the year - one of our volunteers, S, has been feeding the strays for many years and one of the strays named Wander that he has been feeding was badly abused by foreign worker. To many stray feeders, it's a heartbreaking sight for them because the strays are just like their own children. The stray feeders usually spend alot on food etc from their own pocket.

S then tried to self medicate the dog but unfortunately, the wound got really bad that escalated to wound infections.The rest of MWS volunteers got to know about Wander's plight and quickly raised funds to help in Wander's medical bills. Wander had been sent to vet today for medical treatment. Why would someone do such cruel thing to a poor defenceless life?

Our first sight of the dogs was shocking.
The purpose of this post is to document and highlight the current inhumane and abusive treatment of dogs in Singapore, with the hope that worldwide knowledge and attention will support and assist the people in securing adequate and necessary animal welfare protection.

We hate to think how many more strays are being abused and left to suffer to die out there. We know there are foreign workers who kill the strays for their meat.

It's time our local animal welfare should do something to these animal abusers. More harsh penalties should be imposed.

For now, please pray for Wander's speedy recovery.

Wander is currently recuperating at Mdm Wong Shelter.

Lastly, not forgetting S who saved her life. If Wander is left untreated in the wild, she would have die very soon.

Let's do our part in saving these strays and report when we witness any animal abuse.

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