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29 June 2006

Friday, March 31, 2006

Culling bill last year: $600,000 (TNP, 20040722)

Culling bill went up 20% for 2003. "STRAY cats and dogs cost the Government almost $600,000 last year. The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) and town councils spent $598,944 to catch and cull 7,682 cats and 4,744 dogs. That is about $62,000 more than what was spent in 2002." Noteworthy: "Eight out of 10 Singaporeans we spoke to felt $600,000 was too much to pay for catching and culling strays. More than half of them felt it's important to channel money to animal welfare groups for re-homing or sterilisation." - Go to: Casefile: Cruel Singapore. Hack-care Singapore - Go to: Singapore's Love-Hate Relationship with Trap-Neuter-Release Management c

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