Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Loaning out cat traps


Loan of cat traps advertisement
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

Copyright SHERA newsletter. Thanks Elizabeth for sending this in.

Remember this guy?

I spoke to a person living in the estate to tell her to watch her community cats in the estate. She in turn told another resident who told me that this same guy has been putting an advertisement in their estate newsletter and loaning out cat traps for free. I've blanked out the name and contact details of the person (to protect the guilty in this case), but here's the advertisement for you to see.

As she pointed out, nothing is said about what is to be done with the cats AFTER they have been trapped.

The caregiver I was speaking to is hopping mad.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it "legal" to loan out traps borrowed from AVA?
Blah..we all know who this a**h*** is...

Anonymous said...
Did a seach on google on this A**H**'s name, this what I found.

Residents like retiree Tan Tuan Khoon, 57, who lives behind the shops in Jalan Redop, agreed. 'I moved here in 1976 as it was close to the market and shops. I should be told what's going to come up in place of the shops and how long it will take.'

4:56 PM

13/9/06 10:42 PM  
Blogger Wei said...

is any of u goin to be speaking to this guy? wat is he gg to do w the cats?

yes it is legal to loan traps from AVA, u go there n colklect them n return one day rental usually

13/9/06 11:02 PM  
Blogger Dawn said...

I don't think that the traps are from AVA - the website mentioned their own designed traps.

Wei - this man and I had a LONG email correspondence a while ago. He refuses to accept that there is an alternative and he says he just wants to keep trapping and trapping. He came up with the stupidest arguments - one minute, that we are not a first world country so we should not treat animals a certain way, the next that his daughter lives in the US where people train their cats. Let's just say he didn't make a lot of sense.

We're going to try and work with the residents there and see what can be done.

14/9/06 12:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm....perhaps he needs a psychiatric assessement. What is the name of the psychiatrist who assess David Hooi?

14/9/06 10:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if he is indeed killing cats at home then he should have the police visit him shortly!!! Grrr

18/9/06 4:00 PM  

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