Do Not Abandon Your Pets

Recently there is a lot of cases of rabbit abandonment.

On 14 June 2015 (Sunday) at about 4.30pm, 5 rabbits were found allegedly abandoned in a blue carrier near some bushes along Bukit Batok Road, opposite the traffic police speed camera towards the direction of the PIE.

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On 30 April 2015, another Holland Lop rabbit which was allegedly abandoned in a multi-storey car park at Blk 476A Segar Road.

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On 8 May 2015 (last Friday) at about 11.45pm, a Guinea Pig (see pic) was found allegedly abandoned in a white, flat-bottomed cage (see pic) at the void deck of Blk 130 Bedok North St 2, near lift lobby B.

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On Tuesday, 17 March 2015 at about 8:30am, a white male puppy was found, allegedly dumped, alive, in a green rubbish bin near unit 21G Jansen Road by the unit’s domestic helper.

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It is cruel and frightening for them. Do not abandon your pets.

Under the Animals and Birds Act, anyone who is found guilty of cruelty to animals, including abandonment of any animal, can be imprisoned for up to 18 months, fined up to $15,000, or both.

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