Dog Allegedly Threatened by Woman With Cane Deserves Justice

Target: Mr. K Shanmugam, Minister of State for Home Affairs in Singapore

Goal: Launch a thorough investigation into case of a woman allegedly brandishing a cane at an abused dog.

In a recent incident at Pek Kio Market and Food Centre, Singapore, an elderly woman was reportedly seen threatening a dog with a cane. Captured on video and disseminated via social media, this act has raised serious concerns about animal welfare in the community. The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) has reportedly acknowledged prior encounters with this individual, issuing a firm warning previously for similar concerns regarding animal treatment.

The video, shared by TikTok user AventMetier, has attracted significant attention, amassing over 300,000 views. Its disturbing content underscores a critical need for intervention and heightened vigilance in animal welfare cases. SPCA’s response, including counseling and guidance provided on May 4, seems to have been insufficient in ensuring the safety and proper treatment of animals under the woman’s care.

This case has not only drawn the attention of animal welfare organizations but also of local authorities and community leaders. Tanjong Pagar GRC MP Alvin Tan has expressed knowledge of the individual and dismay at the recent developments, despite previous assurances of responsible animal care. With the community’s involvement and the dog now under the care of SPCA, there is an evident need for more decisive action to prevent further occurrences of such behavior. Take prompt action.


Dear Mr. K Shanmugam,

The case of alleged animal cruelty at Pek Kio Market and Food Centre, involving an elderly woman and a dog, calls for your urgent attention. As Minister of State for Home Affairs in Singapore, your role in ensuring the safety and dignity of animals within our community is pivotal.

We urge you to initiate a full investigation into this matter. Given the woman’s history with animal welfare concerns, as noted by the SPCA, it is crucial to delve deeper into the situation to safeguard the well-being of animals in her care. Furthermore, the high visibility of this case in the public domain highlights the need for a strong message against animal cruelty.

We seek not only justice for the dog in this specific incident but also a broader commitment to protecting animals from mistreatment. This includes ensuring that individuals who are unable to provide appropriate care for animals are held accountable and provided with necessary support or intervention.

We trust that under your leadership, the Ministry will take prompt and effective action, serving as a deterrent for future instances of animal cruelty and reinforcing Singapore’s commitment to compassion and responsibility towards all living beings.


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Photo credit: Biswarup Ganguly

One Comment

  1. Sherry Akridge says:

    I saw the video. That mean woman looks like she is getting joy out of terrorizing that dog! There is no way that I could just sit there, record and do nothing to help that poor dog. That woman is a monster to treat a dog like that. Imagine what she does to that dog, when she is not in public! She is disgusting! Please make sure she DOES NOT get this poor dog back. That beautiful dog deserves a loving home. A home free or torture and fear.

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