In case you are concerned with proudly owning a pet, please don’t purchase them from the pet retailer as you don’t know what these furry animals needed to undergo earlier than they arrived on the store.
On 21 August, two Singaporean males have been apprehended and are actually underneath investigation after making an attempt to smuggle three kittens into the nation. The poor kittens have been discovered hidden underneath the carpet of the entrance passenger seat.
The Immigration & Checkpoints Authority wrote that the kittens were wrapped in black cloth and showed signs of drugging. It was revealed that the smugglers injected them with sedatives so that they would not cause a commotion during the smuggling attempt.
The two men, a 21-year-old driver and a 20-year-old passenger, have been remanded and the kittens have been quarantined and taken care of before they are given a home.
Smuggled animals could carry diseases to the island of Singapore, and because of the inhumane way they are snuck in, the animal suffers and could die along the way.
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Letting the cats out of the bagOn 21 Aug, ICA officers at Woodlands Checkpoint directed a Singapore-registered car for…
Posted by Immigration & Checkpoints Authority on Friday, August 23, 2019
Whether you are in Singapore, Malaysia or anywhere in the world, please consider adopting your next animal companion instead of purchasing them at the store. As we all know, when the buying stops, the cruelty stops too.
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