Taman Jurong Resident Found Kitten In A Zipped Up Bag

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) is offering a $1,000 reward in exchange for information on a horrifying case of animal cruelty.

Earlier this week, Facebook user Yvonne Teo shared that she had found a kitten trapped inside a zipped bag.

Ms Teo and her husband found the bag in a cardboard box near her Taman Jurong home. They had heard a meowing sound and traced it to a sealed box in the fire riser room.

The zipped bag had been cruelly placed inside the box.

Thankfully, Ms Teo found the animal in time and the kitten was “safe and sound”.

She alerted the Cat Welfare Society of the incident and a Taman Jurong resident is now caring for the animal.

It might be a happy ending for the kitten but the SPCA is determined to track down the person responsible for this act of animal cruelty.

In an appeal for information posted on Friday (29 Jun), SPCA called for information that would lead to the “arrest and prosecution” of those responsible.


APPEAL FOR INFORMATIONOn 23 June 2018, at about 11:00pm, a kitten was found alive in a sealed box in the riser at the…

Posted by SPCA Singapore on Friday, June 29, 2018

The post has since been shared more than 300 times.

Anyone with information related to the incident can call the SPCA’s 24-hour hotline at 62875355, or e-mail [email protected] All information provided will be confidential.

Featured image from Vivien Teo’s Facebook (via The Straits Times).