Colony Of Pet Rabbits Was Found Dead At A Tadika's Mini Farm

One rabbit was found with its ear allegedly cut off.

A Puchong woman recently revealed that she and a group of teachers discovered a colony of dead pet rabbits at a kindergarten

"I wonder whose work this is? This is an act of a cruel human being. Innocent animals are made into victims," she wrote in a Facebook post on Thursday, 11 July.

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According to the woman, one rabbit was even found with its ear cut off

When one netizen questioned if the incident was caused by a dog, the woman replied that it was not possible because a side of the fence appeared to have been cut open.

She also revealed that the height of the fence is quite high and its gates are always kept shut and locked.

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On the following day, the woman wrote that she had filed a police report

She also uploaded photos of authorities investigating the premises, adding that she hopes they find the culprit.

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According to Animals Act 1953, any person who cruelly beats, kicks, ill-treats, overrides, overdrives, overloads, tortures, infuriates, or terrifies any animal shall be guilty of an offence of cruelty

The offender will be liable to a fine of RM200, imprisonment for six months, or both.

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