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Old 03-21-2010, 02:10 PM
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Default Re: Voiceless Dog -Wood Shoved Down Throat, Leg & Neck Tied Tight 2 Pole

[QUOTE=melmel;78154]MDDB Notice Board :

For your information, KTM Berhad, represented by a group of its senior officers, had conducted an investigation and went to see the staff at the said station to get more information as well as to visit the location of the incident. Essentially, the unpleasant incident had nothing to do with Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) or any of its employees. The name of the organisation was quoted indirectly when our counter clerk, who was not really aware of the incident, was asked about the situation. The clerk answered on impulse when he said that the dog was ‘perhaps’ captured and strapped by the officers from DBKL.

my statement: VERY UNPROFESSIONAL & SILLY


With regards to the incident on 15 March 2010, the stray dog was captured by the staff of KTM Berhad with the help from our janitors who work at the station.

My comment: looks like they are the culprit

The necessity to catch the dog was made due to its troubling behavior whereby it had attacked and bitten our passengers at the parking area as well as in front of the KTM Komuter Kepong Sentral Station ticketing counter. However, the attacks and bites did not inflict any serious injuries so far. The last attack was reported on the evening after it was released which involved one Vietnamese passenger.

My comment:It was afraid of the Vietnamese who happens to EAT DOGS! IT WAS PROTECTING ITSELF FROM BEING ATTACK OR EATEN... cause & reaction! Full stop!

The decision to capture the dog was made due to the operation requirement, not because of the minister visit as per quoted by our staff. The dog was caught at round 12.00 noon and released at 1.30 pm. According to the staff we investigated, the piece of wood which was claimed shoved into his throat was not true. They did tie the dog to the fence.

My comment: why tied the legs too?! IS THAT AN EXCUSE? BAIT? U CAN TIED THE LEGS, BUT CAN'T PULL THE STICK?! BULL S***!

However, they did not shove the wood into its throat with the intention to torture or inflict injury to the animal. The wood, which was seen in its mouth, was the bait used when they were trying to catch it and the dog kept biting on the end of it. The staff tried to remove it from its jaw but it clamped the wood shut, we only managed to remove it after the second try.

The dog was released because we did not receive any confirmation from MPS to collect the animal. As reported, the dog was still straying around the area after it had been released.

[COLOR="red"]I hope the general public should also appreciate the effort taken by the KTMB staff to address this recurring nuisance towards our KTM Commuter passengers whose patronage and peace has been disturbed by this stray dog[COLOR="Blue"][I].(Dear

mY COMMENT: APPRECIATE CRUELTY?


I am sure, all of us, when bitten by a mosquito, will hit it instantly without much thought. Is that considered as cruelty to insects? I know for a fact that, some time ago, when the crows [gagak] cause serious unhealthy situation in Klang, a campaign was mounted to shoot down the crows in a big way when their presence became intolerable. Is there some other way of doing it?

MY COMMENT: STATEMENT OF A LOSER... SHALL WE COME UP WITH PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO INSECTS OR EVERY OTHER CREATURES? HOW ABOUT STOP RIPPING THE MOTHER EARTH, REPLANT THE TREES, LEAVE THE RIVERS ALONE, STOP UNNECESSARY DEVELOPMENT & NEUTER THE HUMAN, SO THIS WORLD WONT BE OVERPOPULATED, ENOUGH FOOD FOR EVERYONE AND NO MORE DESTROYING...

We truly hope that the explanation given is clear and we hope that the incident does not reflect the organisation in general.

MY COMMENT: ITS A BIT TOO LATE, may be... can you guys go and apologize to the dogs too?
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