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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

SPCA Appeal Singapore Public to Stop Animal Abuse

Stop Animal Abuse
SPCA - Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Please do NOT email emergency cases to the SPCA. To ensure urgent attention, please call 6287 5355.

"The SPCA investigated 933 cases of alleged abuse in 2010. Many of the complaints related to dogs being confined. Pictured here are some of the cases that SPCA has had to investigate in response to reports by concerned members of the public.

The Husky and Golden Retriever pictured just below, hardly have space to move – they are tied up on a balcony surrounded by faeces. There are certain criteria that need to be met in order to keep animals in a healthy condition. Using this case as an example, there are many changes that need to be made to create a healthy living environment for the dogs ... (read more)

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Cruelty to animals is a crimeIn Singapore, cruelty to animals is a crime. Under the Animals and Birds Act, anyone who is found guilty of such an offence including abandonment of any animal, can be imprisoned for up to 12 months, fined up to $10,000, or both. "

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