Singapore – KH Lee posted a warning on the Facebook page of “Cats and kittens for adoption in Singapore” on August 4, about a cat adopter named “Rod” who allegedly killed a healthy cat he adopted, just two days after adoption.
KH Lee is a fosterer of cats who encountered a rather disturbing experience with a man who wanted to adopt a kitten.
According to Lee, the adopter was a Malay male, around 25 to 35 years old, with a small body frame and resided somewhere in Boon Lay or at his workplace at Fan Yoong Road.
Aside from inquiring about fostered cats in Lee’s care, the alleged cat abuser even sent a d*ck pic.
“I was approached by this sicko for my fostered cats, and he was sick to the core for sending me a pic of his d*ck!” said Lee in the post.
Lee added that others in the group shared about an incident involving a healthy ginger cat who dies less than two days after Rod adopted it. Rod even sent a photo of the cat who already dead with wet fur and bloodied paws to Lee.
It is suspected that the cat was drowned and its nails pulled out.
Lee added in his post that Rod tried contacting the rescuer of the ginger cat to inform him that the cat was sick.
When the rescuer refused to bring the cat to the vet, as the furry feline was already in the care of its new home, Rod “extorted money” from the rescuer instead. From an initial S$400, the total amount became S$1,000 when the rescuer discovered the cat’s suffering and begged Rod to return the cat.
“A while later, Rod informed the rescuer that the cat has passed on and the latter refused to disclose the location of the body,” shared Lee.
Two hours after letting the rescuer know about the feline’s demise, Rod had the nerve to ask if the fosterer had another cat up for adoption.
Lee also informed the public that Rod was caught on camera “trying to catnap a community cat at Chinatown.”
A police report had been made, and Lee urged others to “keep a lookout for Rod as he is still prowling at cat groups trying to adopt a cat.”
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