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Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Silent Cries By Angeline Chin

Angeline Chin has come up with a book called Silent Cries. She launched it on October 29, 2006 at the close of the month-long commemorations for World Animal Day 2006.

For the first time, someone in Malaysia is daring enough to publish a book about the ugly face of abuse in Malaysia.

She also highlights actions that constitute abuse towards pets which ordinary Malaysians are unaware of. Many people bring home puppies and kittens as pets, but when they are grown and life's cares are pressing upon the family, pets seem to be the first to bear the brunt of the family problems.

Neglect is also abuse, says Angeline. If you wouldn't leave your child to feed or bathe himself or if you wouldn't come home from work and completely ignore your child without a kind word or hug, or if you wouldn't lock, chain or confine your child all day to one place, THEN DON'T DO IT TO YOUR PETS.

They are like children and with the rise in child abuse reported in the newspapers lately, don't say we didn't warn you that animal abuse will surely lead to child abuse.

Silent Cries is available at Popular, MPH, Kinokuniya, Times, Borders. It's selling at RM39.90. Buy your copy today! Lend out the book to all the ignorant people who don't understand animals. Then urge others to do the same. Buy for people who need it and go out and educate others with the book. Support the genuine people who truly want to stop the abuse in this country. For every copy you buy RM5 is donated to independent animal rescuers.


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