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U noe, nothing much really riles up my emotions enough to create awareness about but this is one of the few that did.
I mean omgwtfbbq, this brings a wholeee new meaning to animal abuse. wtf. GRRRRRRRR even though I am more of cat love than dog lover, this is just freaking too much la. ali baba!
About 300 stray dogs were rounded up by Pulau Ketam residents and deported to an isolated island to fend for themselves.
Over half of them are already dead and the remaining ones may not live long.
The villagers have been rounding up all the dogs on the island and shipping them to a deserted island. But it is no ordinary island. It is an inhabitable mangrove island with an environment so harsh that every castaway faces a horrible death.
Pulau Ketam, 2nd May 2009: First Sighting. This was the first glimmer of hope.
Notice how scrawny it is. Yet he managed to wag his tail feebly upon seeing us.
Usually I won’t even bat an eyelid when i hear of dog abuse cases, not because i’m heartless or cruel, but I just think that you noe, there are sick people living in this world, and seriously, stuff like this do happen. But this pretty much takes the cake.
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