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29 June 2006

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Cat-killings still a problem (TODAY, 20060508)

A brave volunteer trying to nab the Old Airport Road serial cat-killer(s) speak up:

"It seems that the brief jail sentence for serial cat killer, David Hooi, hasn't deterred anyone from abusing animals.

"Having to clear the dead bodies and clean the bloodied walls has deeply affected a poor cleaner, a cat lover himself.

"The cleaner filed a report with the neighbourhood police with the blood-stained weapons he found at the crime scene but was apparently turned away without a proper statement recorded.

"In the eyes of the law, I suppose, evidence against animal cruelty means a complete witnessed account of the cruel act itself.

"It is puzzling and frustrating that the police can't seem to call on modern forensics to identify the killer through the blood-stained weapons

"As the killings continue, a follow-up on the case revealed that the police had supposedly increased the frequency of patrolling the multi-storey carparks.

"But the killings still go on. Residents are restless and worried. More worryingly, residents have also reported more than one abuser in the vicinity.

"When it comes to animal cruelty cases, there is always that nagging fear that the killers will be bored with torturing little animals and move on to bigger things. Animal cruelty is fast becoming a serious issue; it should no longer be swept under the rug.

- Go to SINGAPORE UGLY / Casefile: Cruel Singapore. Hack-care Singapore. - Go to Cruelty 101 - Go to Singapore's Love-Hate Relationship with Trap-Neuter-Release Management - Go to SOS and see how you help some Singapore animals in need - Go to Pawprints: TNRM

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