Animal lovers yesterday hosted a proper and dignified funeral for a dead bunny found dumped in a bag at a Yishun housing block.
Members of the Yishun Cat Patrol said a cleaner initially mistook the rabbit for a cat when it was found wrapped in newspaper inside a paper bag on the ground floor of a housing block at Yishun on Monday.
“The cleaner thought it was a cat and Pet Cremation services upon reaching their premises … found it was a poor little bunny which was literally thrown away, DISCARDED,” the group wrote online. They are known for being guardians of Yishun’s cats.
Photos shared by the cat lovers showed the bunny surrounded by flower petals before being sent for cremation.
UPDATE ON 161 DEAD CAT:
IT IS NOT A CAT BUT A BUNNY! The cleaner thought it was a cat and Pet Cremation services upon…
CAT FOUND DEAD AT 161 YISHUN💔💔💔: Poor kitty is found dead about half hour ago in paper bag. Pet cremation services has…
Many thanked them for helping out.
“Thank you for sending it off with some dignity. Hop away to the Rainbow Bridge little Bunny,” Shatz Zuby Alsagoff said.
“Thank you for giving the poor bunny a dignified send off. May the poor bunny rest in peace it’s sad how his owner treated him like trash,” Adelyn Tan said.
May the bunny rest in peace.
Other stories you should check out:
Blazing bolt of lightning blasts Bishan stadium (VIDEO)
Act like a tourist: S$100 vouchers coming to Singapore from Dec. 1
Here are 8 new Singapore cafes you might have missed
Teen Singapore singer says she was sexually groomed, controlled by former manager
NUS researcher levels ‘cyberbullying’ complaint against Chinese scholar accused of groping her