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Following complaints from a “farang” and others, an official from the World Animal Protection Thailand has intervened on over 100 cats’ behalf to rescue them from their elderly owner. The cats were being kept in cages throughout 3 townhouses in Thanyaburi, a district north of Nonthaburi and Bangkok. The 3 townhouses were in separate blocks. Reportedly, a neighbor, 53 year old Prayoon Sakaew, said that ever since she moved to the area over 10 years ago, she couldn’t but notice a “smell’ emitting from the houses. Prayoon had asked the neighbor multiple times why they had so many cats but […]

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3 hours ago, weloveanimals said:

It's Save Elephant Foundation who saved these poor cats!

A sad story, whoever it was that came to their rescue.


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They should lock this old hag in a small cage for five years and give her a taste.

And don't fall that poor old lady routine. She a vile bitch who tortured animals.

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