Owner of missing dog begs lady linked to Platinium Dogs Club for some info, gets completely ignored
A major brouhaha involving Platinium Dogs Club (PDC) boarding house in Singapore has broken out.
Basically, the club is alleged to have mistreated dogs under their care.
It got to a point where the police has become involved in the case.
Perhaps the most jarring part of this whole fiasco is the fact that one of the dogs is still missing.
When the police raided PDC’s premises at 7 Galistan Avenue, Prince, a sheltie, was not one of the dogs found.
This caused the owner, Elaine Mao, quite some duress, and she even flew all the way back to Singapore, cutting short a holiday, to get some answers.
She could be forgiven for thinking Jan. 2, 2019 was her chance.
To no avail
According to Yahoo News, the lady allegedly linked to PDC had apparently come down to the premises with the police, and Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) personnel.
She left the scene after allegedly tearing down a missing poster for Prince, and boarding up the house.
According to Channel NewsAsia, the car the lady was in also hit a 40-year-old man who was part of a group that had gathered there.
He was taken to the hospital, but is in a conscious state.
The lady linked to PDC also waved to the crowd as she left the scene.
But some time during that entire fiasco, Mao had the chance to directly confront the lady.
Here is the video.
In case you can’t see it.
Here’s the transcript translated to English.
“Can you tell me where is he (Prince) and how did you lose him? (Speaking to the lady outside the gate)
I beg you, as long as you are willing to speak.
I have no information at all now, at the very least you should let me know how you lost him.
Can you tell me when you lost him? (Lady turns away from Mao and stands by the gate)
Or how you lost him, or whether he is still alive or dead, can?
Did he die of abuse, could you at least let me know? (Lady continues to ignore Mao, and squats down to lock the gate)
Can you please tell me? (Mao kneels down to speak to the lady)
He has been with me for seven years, he is very precious to me.
I came here twice to speak to you, at the very least can you tell me where did it go? (Lady walks away from Mao)
Or have you already cremated him? (Lady carries panel and walks away)
Can you at the very least let me know?
Why aren’t you talking?!
Talk to me…”
The whole PDC saga