Almost 100 animals rescued from foul-smelling, unkempt bungalow

SUBANG: Almost a hundred animals were rescued from a bungalow here, cramped into cages not much bigger than themselves in an unkempt yard reeking of a strong stench and littered with various automobile parts.

Yesterday, members of Malaysia Independent Animal Rescue and the police swept into the compound which is believed to be an illegal animal breeding facility, in what has been described as the “biggest and worst case of animal abuse” in the country.

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