The Story Of Myet


Myet was a Persian cat who was abandoned by her owner last year and dumped at a DBKU cage. She was brought to the shelter and we noticed that she had ear mites and some fur loss. She was subsequently spayed because a man expressed great interest in adopting her.

All was fine for a few months until the man and his family moved to an apartment. One day, Myet decided to go out of the window to take a peek at the world below and the man accidentally startled her which made her leap down 3 stories. Judging from the description of her injuries, it seemed that she landed pretty heavily on her rear end which seriously injured her spine and rendered her hind legs immobile, thus crippling her most probably for life.

This cat was supposed to be rehomed when the man's contract with his employer (he's not Malaysian) but although there's about 6 months left, because the cat is not 'whole' anymore, he considered either having her euthanized (despite his admittance that she's otherwise in good health) or bringing her back to the shelter. He wouldn't have considered these two options when the cat was 'whole' then.

The moral of this story is how far we're willing to go when an animal needs us and will we ever remember the good times we had with our pets when the bad times come or will we simply forsake them and tell ourselves that we had to put them down or abandon them for their own good?

"Sometimes it's better to be inhuman and dedicate some time to take extra care of our crippled pets because it's so easy to be human and take the easy way out"

Source: http://www.facebook.com/notes/sspca-sarawak-society-for-prevention-of-cruelty-to-animals/the-story-of-myet/10150652935176184



SPCA Sarawak

The Sarawak Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals believes that animals, as living creatures, have value beyond economic measurement, and are entitled to legal, moral and ethical consideration and protection. The Sarawak SPCA's mission is to act as an advocate on behalf of animals and as an enforcer of their rights; to provide for the well-being of the animals of the State of Sarawak who are abandoned, injured, subjected to unfair or cruel treatment, or otherwise in need; to cultivate in the people of our community an awareness of the animals whose world we share; to promote a bond of mutual assistance between people and animals; and to instill respect for and appreciation of all living things.

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