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Horrifying Murder Of Cats In Cheras Condo Is Now Exposed

Horrifying Murder Of Cats In Cheras Condo Is Now Exposed

Neighbours could not stand the foul smell of the decomposed cats.

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By all appearances, most cats live a peaceful and comfortable life, well-taken care of by their owners.

Yet back in a rented condo in Bandar Sri Permaisuri, Cheras, skeletal remains of cats were found.

Malaysian Animal Association president Arie Dwi Andika said the incident was uncovered following a complaint from residents who could not stand the foul smell coming from the condo unit.

According to him, the residence owner inspected the condo unit rented by a local man in his 30s, on 11 March.

It is understood that the house owner who checked his house was surprised to find dozens of skeletons, organs and cat carcasses inside his house.

Animal body parts were cut into pieces, and the meat was ground into pulp in the condo.

According to Arie, the conditions in the rental house were also appalling and horrible, with animal blood.

One of the rooms was filled with animal carcasses, suspected to be cats, and have been decomposing for a long time.

Following that, a police report was made by the owner at the Salak South Police Station on 13 March.

The case will is being investigated under Section 428 of the Penal Code (cruelty against animals).

Arie added that although the species of the dead animals are unknown, they are likely to be cats based on its physical form and bones.

The same complaint has also been reported to the Malaysian Animal Association and has been extended to the Head of the Animal Welfare Board Section of the Putrajaya Veterinary Services Department.

Malaysian Animal Association president Arie Dwi Andika urging for an investigation to be carried out comprehensively, immediately and comprehensively.

If there is indeed an element of cruelty, the Animal Society of Malaysia demands that the perpetrator be dragged to court and charged under the Animal Welfare Act 2015.

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