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Thursday, 29th Dec 2011, by SPCA Penang

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The SPCA team is extremely concerned that of late a number of breed dogs

and obviously owner-owned dogs that have been reported as missing, lost or

abandoned. Eventually when some of these pets are found, the owner claims

it is routine for the pet to wander outside the house but it always comes

back. However it is some five days or later when the pet is reported

missing. Meantime most if not all end up at the SPCA Shelter.


Our kennels are full all the time and most of the time we have to turn

some of the dogs and cats away as we have absolutely no space to house

them even for one night.


Please bear in mind the environment in an animal shelter is not the same

as that of a home. Our priority would be the well being and welfare of all

the shelter residents. Sometimes one dog with a severe case of ringworm

infection or mange is the cause for about 30 shelter animals being

inflicted and in some cases the humans get afflicted as well. The shelter

is not a dumping ground for unwanted or sick animals.


Please exercise more care and be alert when handling your pet. Raise the

alarm if your pet is missing for more than 24 hours. Please be aware that

you keep your gates closed and patch up holes in the fence etc.


Do bear in mind that a pet is as good as part of the family.  Be and

always be a responsible pet owner.

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