SINGAPORE — Two stray dogs that are believed to have killed dozens of cats and behaved aggressively towards residents have been captured by the Animal and Veterinary Service (AVS).
Another feeder who wanted to be known only as Mrs Ong said AVS had a meeting with the cat feeders in January but there have been few updates since.
“They said there were information leaks that disrupted trapping operations, but I feel that they should at least keep SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) in the loop,” she said.
But Mrs Ong did hear from AVS when two of the dogs were captured, though she said she was unsure if the dogs were indeed from the same pack.
AVS said it is currently caring for the two dogs and will work with animal welfare groups to rehome them.
Ms Tan said she received a photo on Tuesday that showed one of the dogs in Ang Mo Kio.
“The poor dog is left alone running around, it is probably hungry,” she said.
Mrs Ma also said she hopes the third dog can be captured soon. “Patrol is still needed cause (there’s still) one dog out there,” she said. CNA
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