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Kitten found dismembered on owner’s doorstep in Malaysia

It was only two weeks old.

Fasiha Nazren | October 30, 2017 @ 03:43 pm

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If you think you had a bad Monday, this man had it worse.

According to a report in The Star, on the morning of Oct. 16, 2017, Mohammad Rosmawar was greeted by the sight of the mutilated body of his two-week old kitten at his doorstep in Selangor, Malaysia.

via DAily TRaffic REport’s Facebook page

Perpetrator still at large

He said that he was shocked to find the carcass of the kitten and doesn’t know who would commit such an act.

Mohammad and his family has lived in the area for about a year and claimed that he never had any enemies in the neighbourhood.

However, he doesn’t eliminate the possibility that the feline was killed somewhere else before being placed on his doormat.

Urged to make a police report

The Selangor Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) urged Mohammad to lodge a report to the Department of Veterinary Services (DVS), as those guilty of the crime can be fined between RM25,000 and RM100,000 (S$8,050 and S$32,000) and/or three years imprisonment.

Previously found near ant nest

Just two days before the incident, the kitten went missing but was found shortly on top of a fire ant nest near his home.

“The kitten’s body was swarmed and bitten by the fire ants, but I cleaned it. I would have never thought that my kitten would be dismembered like this,” said Mohammad.

Three other kittens safe

Fearing for the safety of his three other kittens, he has sent them over to his mother, who lives nearby.

“I hope the perpetrator will realise and repent on his cruel actions,” said Mohammad.

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