Friday, October 27, 2006

Bunny in corridor


Bunny in corridor
Originally uploaded by dawnkua.

It's not just cats kept in corridors - here's a bunny in a cage.

The complainant said there are a lot of cats downstairs at night but when I walked around I did not see any. He also said the cat is defecating upstairs. When I asked around it appears that a lot of people are facing the same problem, and it's not just ONE cat, there are several. There are also several people who have cats at home, and who let them wander.

Some people are obviously more observant than others. When I asked one if she knew whom was feeding, she said that it must be a Malay family because Chinese people don't like cats. I always find comments like that very strange.

Others could tell me which floors and point to the units in question. When I approached one of the people complained about, she denied it was her - but three other people mentioned that she let her cats out.

5 Comments:

Blogger dolcedonna said...

Oh mY!! :( how could they do that to a cute bunny... unbelievable!!

27/10/06 7:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is not a untrue statement, the preception among the public is that cats are a malay pet because being muslim they are not allowed to have dogs. Also some chinese do regard cats as bad luck, taboo etc...

28/10/06 3:08 AM  
Blogger Wei said...

crazzy people.... the next moment u see them throwing their old parents in the corridor

28/10/06 8:41 AM  
Blogger Dawn said...

I think the bunny WAS being cared for - it's just they don't want it in the house. The cage was clean, there was water and hay, but people are weird. They want pets but not IN their house.

28/10/06 3:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haha..in fact "old" parents have already been thrown out except it wasn't report in the media.

30/10/06 9:40 AM  

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