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Duo charged with killing cat

KUALA LUMPUR: Two men who allegedly cruelly killed a cat were the first to be charged under the Animal Wel­fare Act 2015, said Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) Selangor chairman, Christine Chin.

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Cops looking for three men over launderette cat killing


PETALING JAYA: The police are looking for three men to aid investigations into the killing of a cat in a launderette in Gombak.

Hang cat killers out to dry, urges MAA

PETALING JAYA: Two men were recorded throwing a pregnant cat into a coin-operated dryer in a launderette in Taman Gombak Ria here.

New Australian PM survives first test but discontent grows

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's centre-right government united behind new Prime Minister Scott Morrison to fend off a de facto vote of no confidence on Monday but his coalition still appeared likely to be heavily punished by voters at an election due by May.

Adopt a more humane approach for strays, Lee urges councils

PETALING JAYA: Local authorities need to take a more humane approach in dealing with stray animals, says animal activist Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye.

Education to inculcate respect for animals

From TAN SRI LEE LAM THYE, Patron, SPCA Selangor.

Stray dog brutally killed, eaten and caught on video

SHAH ALAM: Yet another case of animal cruelty has been reported in Shah Alam, and this time it’s about a stray dog that was brutally killed and eaten.

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Indonesian men beat, kill and eat dog in Shah Alam

SHAH ALAM: Yet another case of animal cruelty was reported in Shah Alam, and this time, a stray dog was brutally killed for its meat.

Hunt on for man who kidnaps and sexually abuses dog

BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Rayong police have launched a manhunt for an alleged animal abuser suspected of having stolen a female dog in order to sexually abuse it, leaving its eight 10-day-old puppies to starve.

Lee: Sabah and Sarawak should match penalties for animal abuse

PETALING JAYA: Tan Sri Lee Lam Thye has called for Sabah and Sarawak enactments to be reviewed and amended so that stiffer penalties can be meted out against animal abusers.

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