Penang Takes Action By Setting Up CCTV Cameras After The Poisoning Of 29 Dogs In The Island

In recent years, there have been increasing reports of animal cruelty in Malaysia, particularly towards dogs.

While some cases involve neglect or abuse, others involve the deliberate poisoning of dogs, which can result in their painful and tragic deaths.

penang takes action by setting up cctv cameras after the poisoning of 29 dogs in the islandPhoto via Kosmo

One of the most recent cases to make headlines is the poisoning of 29 dogs in the Island Glades residential area of Penang. The perpetrator is still at large, but the Penang City Council is taking action to catch them and bring them to justice.

In addition to offering a reward for information on the perpetrator, the Penang City Council is installing CCTV cameras in strategic locations to monitor the movements of suspicious individuals. They are also cooperating with the Penang Veterinary Services Department to ensure that the perpetrator is prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Animal cruelty is a serious offense in Malaysia, and those who are convicted can face significant fines and even imprisonment. However, the penalties are often not severe enough to deter would-be animal abusers from committing these heinous crimes.

That's why it's important for concerned citizens to take action and speak out against animal cruelty. By reporting suspected cases of abuse and supporting organizations that work to protect animals, we can help ensure that our furry friends are safe and well-cared for.

By working together to promote animal welfare and combat animal cruelty, we can create a safer and more compassionate world for both humans and animals alike. 

So let's continue to speak out against animal abuse and support organizations that are making a difference in the lives of our furry friends.