Remembering Sheena

Stop Animal Abuse in Malaysia.

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Sign Petition If You Are Outraged By The Murder Of Mr Eng's 13 Dogs By Seremban Municipal Council, in Malaysia

Nick Josh Karean and his team have put up a Petition opposing the murder of Mr Eng Her Sun's dogs by the Seremban Municipal Council. This Petition will be sent to the Prime Minister.

RSC will not explain who Mr Eng is as everyone in Malaysia knows about this poor man who had his dogs cruelly gunned down before his eyes.

On the left is the sad photo of Mr Eng trying to make an escape with some of his dogs to protect them from being murdered. If for some reason you haven't heard, go to the link to sign the Petition below:


http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/947146655


RSC calls upon all Malaysians to sign the Petition. Please click on link above to read more and sign.

For those of you who still believe Mr Eng was an animal hoarder who should not be supported, think carefully first about the options anyone who loves animals have in helping a suffering animal in Malaysia.

In Malaysia the laws don't protect animals. The government bodies that have the authority to act like the Department of Veterinary Services, the local councils and for wildlife, the Department of Wildlife and National Parks are hopeless in protecting them and in many cases are themselves guilty of abuse.

It is the Department of Veterinary Services that is supposed to prosecute the Seremban Municipal Council for animal abuse when their officers massacred Mr Eng's dogs. Instead the Bar Council and independent lawyers who have compassion for animals are doing so.

Few NGOs are sincere enough to speak up for these animals. Some are afraid to speak up for fear it will hurt their working relationship with these bodies named above.

In a country where the government doesn't protect animals, the shelters are putting them down and pet shops and breeders motivated by MONEY are given a free hand to breed more animals for people to dump on the streets and abuse, can you blame Mr Eng for doing what he could to help strays?

Only those of you out there who have tried to help strays or rescued pets from abuse in Malaysia will understand what RSC is saying here.

So now will you sign the Petition?

13 Comments:

  • At 2:25 AM, Blogger No Hassle Loans said…

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  • At 2:42 PM, Blogger disco-very said…

    fantastic, thorough petition. thanks for letting us all know about it!

     
  • At 12:12 PM, Blogger Natasha said…

    Hi.

    Just signed the petition. Hadn't realised there was one. Have also sent it out to everyone in my address book.

    Hope this helps in stopping animal cruelty and making Malaysians more responsible towards animals.

     
  • At 4:37 PM, Blogger Shoba said…

    Hi Natasha

    Your efforts mean so much to the animals. They are very effective as they raising the level of maturity of Malaysian society.

    You cannot fool a well educated and intelligent society.

    These atrocities affect all of us. If we don't stand up now when it affects the innocent animals next it shall move on to child abuse which is now becoming rampant in Malaysia.

    No checks on the municipal council's disregard for animals are now affecting humans too when we read about people like Zainal Deros, Klang Municipal Councilor illegally building a four-storey mansion for himself (where does he get the money to build that on a municipal councillor's salary?) and using his council "powers" to tear down his rival's legally established restaurant next to his own illegal one.

    When a society is silent the abuse of power escalates from hurting the innocent to hurting society at large.

     
  • At 9:54 PM, Blogger Natasha said…

    Hi...

    Have just linked your site to my blog.It's not much but every little bit helps i guess. Will do my best to help spread awareness on animal welfare. I do think that we have a long way to go...

    And I do firmly believe in treating animals as equal to humans - though many people think that perhaps this is a bit extreme.

    I get really vexed when people tell me "she's just a dog" whenever I rush home to my Cleo. So my usual retort would be: You won't let your baby go hungry, so why should I let mine go hungry?

    Anyway do email me if you need any help in getting information out to people. I'll do what I can, it's just a bit tricky these days as I'm out of the country most of the time.

     
  • At 11:56 AM, Blogger Shoba said…

    Thank you so much, Natasha. Agree with you completely that animals are to be treated equally if not better simply because the Bible says we are stewards of this world and own nothing in it.

    If we abuse God's creation we have sinned against Him.

    An animal is like a child. In the same way Men protect women and children because they are weaker, humans should protect animals because they are weaker.

    Bible says by the strong serving the weak, the strong are building their characters and perfecting their hearts and setting the mark of "perfection" for the rest of the world to follow.

    Bless you, Thank you and is that CLEO in the photo? She looks adorable!

     
  • At 2:00 PM, Blogger Natasha said…

    HI...

    Yes it is Cleo in the picture. She's a real darling although she can be a bit naughty at times.

    Anyway have you noticed that people are very reluctant to pass emails or petitions that actually have a cause compared to nonsensical chain emails?

    It really annoys me cause I always get tons of forwarded emails that have zero value, but whenever I forward emails asking people to donate to the SPCA or this petition for example, they never do?

    Some just delete it and they tell me so. And when I ask why, their reply is "well I don't know anyone who'd be interested". And I'm like you could forward me and a million others junk email but you couldn't forward this?

    Oh well...

     
  • At 11:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    hey..im just wondering.is there really anything we can do to lessen animal abuse?its really dsheartening when i read all these stuffs and sometimes,i want to do something in my capabilities to help these animals but i dont know where to start...im taking my church's youth group and making a trip to PAWS one of these days for voluteery works.but..what more can i do,as a student,to help these poor animals?

     
  • At 11:24 AM, Blogger Shoba said…

    Hi Jolene

    There is much you can do. Many of the things RSC is involved in is to inspire and motivate the public to take responsibility in helping these animals.

    Since you mentioned church I will say RSC itself is motivated by Christ's calling to be good stewards of this world which includes caring for animals.

    I'm glad you are motivating your church youth group to care for animals.

    I run a Christian magazine and in almost every issue there is a story on animals and the disabled, the groups most ignored by society and sadly by the church too.

    RSC is very popular because we are flexible. We show you how you can help animals simply by sitting in front of your computer.

    Sometimes we call on you to spend only five minutes to sign a Petition or write a letter to the Press.

    Other times we ask if you would like to help out at a children's colouring contest at the Furry Friends Farm at Kundang, etc.

    So you decide how much time you have and how much you want to do as and when you can.

    But we do call on everyone to be productive for animals just within your own residential or office area. Do what you can where you are. We'll show you how.

    Email me privately at remembersheena@gmail.com and we'll explain further.

     
  • At 10:24 AM, Blogger melloman said…

    Hi all
    It is a good idea to start using enviromentally safe and animal friendly (non-toxic) substitutes when grooming your dog. You must groom your dog's whole body including the legs, tail and underbody if you want to do it right. You must groom certain dogs from the skin outward to truly be effective in taking care of their coat of hair and keeping it healthy. Comb through the unseen healthy hair and remove the shedding hair; this is what most groomers do first before cutting your pet's coat. You must groom some animals all at once, while some other animals have so much hair that it is easier to do a little at a time each day.
    http://www.pet-grooming-boarding.info/

     
  • At 2:05 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    oh!!how cruel those stupid Seremban Municipal Council!!i can't wait 4 our Pak Lah 2 bring them 2 face the justice!!i hope this incident won't happen again!!may The Sacred Buddha bless the aninmals..AMITABHA!!

     
  • At 10:50 AM, Blogger melloman said…

    I think people often overlook the importance of grooming their pets as a way to contribute to their overall good health. Here are just a few more tips on pet grooming. You must groom your pets whole body including the legs, tail, and underbody if you want to do it right.
    You must groom certain pets from the skin outward to truly be effective in taking care of their coat of hair and keeping it healthy. Comb through the unseen healthy hair and remove the shedding hair; this is what most groomers do first before cutting your pet's coat. You must groom some animals all at once while some other animals have so much hair that it is esier to do a little at a time each day. You know your pet is well mannerd when it will sit still and alow you or a professional to perform regular grooming and maintenence without any fuss. If you feel you just don't have the time or desire to do it yourself, its time to call the professionals. Your dog will love you for it, and you'll feel great about it too. Hope this was helpful.

    You can get more pet grooming tips by visiting my site at http://www.pet-grooming-boarding.info/

     
  • At 6:16 PM, Blogger melloman said…

    Hi all
    It is a good idea to start using enviromentally safe and animal friendly (non-toxic) substitutes when grooming your dog. You must groom your dog's whole body including the legs, tail and underbody if you want to do it right. You must groom certain dogs from the skin outward to truly be effective in taking care of their coat of hair and keeping it healthy. Comb through the unseen healthy hair and remove the shedding hair; this is what most groomers do first before cutting your pet's coat. You must groom some animals all at once, while some other animals have so much hair that it is easier to do a little at a time each day.
    http://www.pet-grooming-boarding.info/

     

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