SPCA: S'pore authorities have gone to alleged dog abuser's unit, investigations ongoing

Appalling animal cruelty.

Zhangxin Zheng | July 18, 2020, 01:14 PM

Earlier this morning, SPCA has issued an urgent appeal to look for a man in Singapore who allegedly abused a poodle.

The topless man was spotted hitting a poodle in a few videos.

The poodle had its limbs tied up.

Mothership understands that both NParks and the police have been alerted to the case.

Dog not under the care of the alleged abuser, authorities have stepped in

In response to Mothership, the Executive Director of SPCA, Jaipal Singh Gill, updated that SPCA was alerted to the case this morning (July 18).

He said the videos depicted "appalling animal cruelty" and explained that the organisation had issued an urgent appeal in the interest of the animal's life and safety.

He thanked members of the public for their prompt assistance.

The authorities were also quick to respond to the case and have visited the unit, he added.

The dog is currently not under the care of the alleged abuser and investigations are ongoing.

Anyone with further information on this case can still contact the SPCA via their 24hr hotline at 6287 5355 ext 9 or email [email protected]

All information provided will be treated in the strictest of confidence.

Top image via SPCA/Facebook and Brenda Tan/Facebook