Malaysian Cannibal dogs

Starving dogs dumped on Malaysian islands turn to cannibalism
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thursday, May 7th 2009, 10:41 AM

A dog eats the remains of another dog on Pulau Selat Kering, a small, uninhabited island off Malaysia’s western Selangor state. Villagers dumped more than 300 stray dogs on the mangrove island.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - More than 300 stray dogs that were dumped on isolated islands turned to cannibalism after weeks of starvation, animal welfare activists said Thursday.
The plight of the dogs cast away by villagers on two small, uninhabited islands off Malaysia’s western Selangor state ignited outrage after activists this week released photographs showing dogs eating the carcasses of ones that had died.
Residents of a fishing village on Pulau Ketam, another island off Selangor, caught the dogs last month and took them to the islands covered in mangroves. The villagers said they never intended to be cruel they believed the dogs could feed on the deserted islands’ wildlife but wanted to rid their island of dogs that defecate on the streets and sometimes bite children.
A team from the Selangor Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals visited one of the islands Pulau Selat Kering on Monday and saw several emaciated dogs “crowded and hunched around something they were hungrily feasting on the remains of another dog,” the SPCA said in a statement.
“Nearby, a weak dog was screaming because several dogs were trying to bite her,” it said.
Volunteers have so far rescued two dogs and left food for the others, said SPCA official Jacinta Johnson. They estimate 200 might have survived. Activists would also try to rescue any dogs left on the other island, Pulau Tengah.
Pulau Ketam’s residents have said some dogs tried to swim back to their island, about a half-hour boat ride away, but it was not clear how many succeeded.
Efforts to save the dogs have been slow because many were fearful of people and scampered into mangrove swamps when rescuers approached, Johnson said.
Activists have persuaded Pulau Ketam’s villagers not to dump any more dogs and are considering measures such as sterilization and relocation to ease problems posed by an estimated 2,000 stray dogs, the SPCA said.

sad … pity those dumped dogs

why dont just Shoot em or 1 slice death … gosh it’s less agony than to starve to death . what did they do to deserve this …

true… better than starving… and eating another dog… :frowning:

Starving humans dumped on Dognation islands turn to cannibalism
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thursday, May 7th 2009, 10:41 AM

A human eats the remains of another human on Pulau Selat Kering, a small, uninhabited island off Dognation’s western Selangor state. Dogs dumped more than 300 stray humans on the mangrove island.

KUALA LUMPUR, Dognation - More than 300 stray humans that were dumped on isolated islands turned to cannibalism after weeks of starvation, human welfare activists said Thursday.
The plight of the humans cast away by dogs on two small, uninhabited islands off Dognation’s western Selangor state ignited outrage after activists this week released photographs showing humans eating the carcasses of ones that had died.
Residents of a fishing village on Pulau Ketam, another island off Selangor, caught the humans last month and took them to the islands covered in mangroves. The villagers said they never intended to be cruel they believed the humans could feed on the deserted islands’ wildlife but wanted to rid their island of humans that defecate on the streets and sometimes bite puppies.
A team from the Selangor Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Humans visited one of the islands Pulau Selat Kering on Monday and saw several emaciated humans “crowded and hunched around something they were hungrily feasting on the remains of another human,” the SPCA said in a statement.
“Nearby, a weak human was screaming because several human were trying to bite her,” it said.
Volunteers have so far rescued two humans and left food for the others, said SPCA official Jacinta Johnson. They estimate 200 might have survived. Activists would also try to rescue any humans left on the other island, Pulau Tengah.
Pulau Ketam’s residents have said some humans tried to swim back to their island, about a half-hour boat ride away, but it was not clear how many succeeded.
Efforts to save the humans have been slow because many were fearful of dogs and scampered into mangrove swamps when rescuers approached, Johnson said.
Activists have persuaded Pulau Ketam’s villagers not to dump any more humans and are considering measures such as sterilization and relocation to ease problems posed by an estimated 2,000 stray humans, the SPCA said.

What if it went like this, the villagers didn’t know a bloody thing my bloody arse.

Phhh… the same exact excuse is used by the 6 years old who didn’t know how to differentiate his head from his arse.

Gives new meaning to the term “It’s a dog eat dog world”.

or being eaten alive… :cry:

dump them go isolated island n let them swim TRIPLE 1hour and 30mins boat ride SEA!
hw they feel?
who agree with me?
we go dump them.xDD

this is utterly disgusting!!! the villagers had no rights to treat this animal like this…

they should dump human there too, like those corrupted and hardcore criminals… only the strong survive