I’ve read the post from Mad About Labrador, with regards to what happened to them in MPS (Majlis Perbandaran Selangor) and perhaps, their victory to convince the cold-blooded local council to scrap off the dog catching competition. My congratulations to them, and to all animal lovers and NGOSs (SPCA, ROAR, PETPOSTITIVE, MARPO and CALM) that gave their support to stop this from happen.
I am an animal lover myself – not that much, but I know they want us to value their life too. I’ve carried more than 5 stray cats back home, to give them a chance to live in comfy life.
In the MPS case, I couldn’t believe they would held a competition to kill living life, right before their local citizen. I guess it’s a massive smack in the citizen face, when they realized their local council are barbaric, and yet couldn’t care less about sympathy and emphatic towards the unfortunate animals. And yet I cant believe a local council, financed by Government money, couldn’t think a better and positive way than come out with the idea of holding a competition to kill living dog?
Are they mentally challenged?
What happened to the term outsourcing and collaboration??
Dont they know there’s NGOs out there that cares and held public service with regards to animal rights?
Whatever happened to the people we vote, the people we put our trust and faith on, they’re no longer responsible in carrying out their possibilities (which they may, but not in preferred and intelligent way).
I’ll rest my case and turn my back to uncivilized action. 🙂
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