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MAID SPOTTED SWINGING WILD CAT DANGEROUSLY TO MAKE HER TIKTOK

A maid was recently spotted dangerously swinging a wild cat to create a TikTok video, sparking outrage among cat lovers in Singapore. The video, which was shared on the Facebook page “Sayang Our Singapore’s Community Cats,” has gone viral with over 1000 shares

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The video shows the maid holding the cat by its neck and swinging it back and forth, seemingly indifferent to the animal’s distress. The cat can be seen struggling to break free, causing concern among viewers about its safety and well-being.

The maid’s actions have been widely condemned by social media users, with many calling for her to be reported to the authorities. Some have even gone so far as to share her personal information, including her Facebook profile and address, in an attempt to hold her accountable for her actions.

However, it is important to note that sharing personal information without consent can be considered doxxing, which is illegal in Singapore. Instead, concerned individuals are encouraged to report the incident to the relevant authorities, such as the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) or the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).

The maid’s employer has also been urged to take action against her, as her behavior is not only cruel but also reflects poorly on the employer’s reputation.

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The incident highlights the importance of treating animals with kindness and respect, and the need to hold those who abuse animals accountable for their actions. It also serves as a reminder to be mindful of the content we share on social media, and the potential consequences of our actions.

As responsible members of the community, it is our duty to speak up against animal abuse and take action to protect vulnerable animals. Let us all do our part to create a more compassionate and humane society.

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