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Selayang Dog Pound – Hell on Earth

+++Update+++

Ernie, monster from hell of Selayang Dog Pound has admitted that she seizes people’s unlicensed dogs by force. Obviously, when she runs out of stray dogs to torture, she makes it a mission to invade people’s homes and take away their beloved pets. This is despicable! I believe in karma and refrain from cursing people but I hope when she dies she gets torn apart by 5 dogs over and over again so she could relive her pain for all eternity.

Ernie – contact number: 013 6064 446.

Read all about it HERE.

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Before you go and have a great, satisfying lunch, take a look at these pictures and see what is our government’s stance on animal rights.

Dirty & scared.

Skin & bones.

Dead.

Fresh captive. Can you imagine his fate in the next few weeks?

Someone’s beloved pet (note the collar) that was forcefully captured and mistreated to death at Selayang Dog Pound.

Discarded like common rubbish.

Left to rot.

Tick haven.

I know this is a Muslim country and dogs are considered un-halal but is this how you treat one of your God’s creatures?? I hate to pull religion into the picture but have you seen anything like this done to cats? No. In Malaysia we have cat shows in shopping malls even so don’t tell me that there is no bias and no discrimination against dogs.

Once, we brought a well-behaved dog to an outdoor driving range and deliberately got a corner spot at the far end out of respect but what did we get in return? Dirty looks and yelling from a single muslim patron who claimed that DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED BECAUSE THERE ARE MUSLIMS AROUND. Trained to not disturb strangers notwithstanding, the dog was on a leash. What was the poor mutt going to do? Bite through her leash and carress his sacred and holy Muslim feet with her perfectly dry fur?

Not to mention, the imbecile’s was playing about 15 metres away from us (that’s about 6 or 7 people away) and our dog offended him? Everybody else was fine with the dog, including the owner of the place but because of this lone, narrow-minded, uneducated Muslim Malaysian, we had to remove the dog and ourselves from the driving range. Diplomacy in this country? Please! As long as we allow the stupid minority which keeps playing the religion card to dictate how we live, our country will never progress further than what shit-hole it already is in now.

But our dogs are lucky. We are around to protect them. What about those that have no masters or accidentally lost theirs? Who protect them? Ladies and gentlemen you have people like Selayang Dog Pound above “doing the job”. What kind of sick human being could do the above to these animals? Criminal profilers would tell you that murderers often loved to torture animals when they’re young. So what does this make of our fully-grown Malaysian adults doing exactly the same thing as murderers would in their youth?

Here are some excerpts from Malaysia Dogs Deserve Better on their investigation into Selayang Dog Pound:

We were told that the Selayang local council officer in charge of the pound Ernie – contact number: 0136064446 does not even let owners look for their dogs at the pound. She does not allow anyone to enter and this was clearly indicated when even the SPCA officials that included a vet, was not allowed entry into the pound yesterday.

We spent more than two hours speaking with MPS councilor Gunaraj, who later conformed after his visit to the pound that the dogs were indeed in a dire state. Other councilors narrated to us how every time the issue of dogs was brought-up at the full board meetings – the council people would shrug it off and even crack jokes.

Sometimes I feel like your God is testing your level of humanity by imposing such ridiculous rule that dogs (or specifically WET dogs) are dirty so He can see what a fool you are following something so blindly and allowing man’s best friends to deteriorate to such sad degrees. WHOEVER THAT PERPETUATE THIS CRUELTY YOU ARE ALL GOING TO HELL.

Please, have a heart & spread the word about this monstrosity that is happening right at our backyard and always, always keep your dogs/pets safe.

Read more at Malaysia Dogs Deserve Better.

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33 Responses to Selayang Dog Pound – Hell on Earth

  1. Mark February 23, 2010 at 1:59 pm #

    I’m glad you have apparently changed your views regarding animals and wish more people would, but before you go getting too holy, do you remember this and recant it now?
    https://www.kimberlycun.com/2008/04/15/do-you-fake-compassion-for-dead-pets/

  2. KY February 23, 2010 at 2:01 pm #

    this is totally appalling, that is no way to treat any creatures.

  3. Kimberlycun February 23, 2010 at 2:12 pm #

    mark: well i have recanted it, in fact i did it a long time ago, if only you would read the bottom of the post. and besides, as much as i disliked pets/dogs previously, i would NEVER EVER support something like this. and sorry if i come across as holy or on a high horse, i just want to highlight something terrible like this. and since we’ve cleared this up i hope you’re one of the ppl who will spread the word and think of the animals. thx.

    ky: yes, no way. atrocious and to think that this happens right in our backyard.

  4. ShaolinTiger February 23, 2010 at 2:21 pm #

    Yah Jesus I thought Klang Municipal Pound was bad, but at least they feed and water the dogs.

    This is just plain disgusting.

  5. Ms. Bloom February 23, 2010 at 2:47 pm #

    I’m not really an animal person but this is heartbreaking :(

  6. Myhorng February 23, 2010 at 3:05 pm #

    sick.

  7. Man February 23, 2010 at 3:24 pm #

    Sometimes I feel like your God is testing your level of humanity by imposing such ridiculous rule that dogs (or specifically WET dogs) are dirty so He can see what a fool you are following something so blindly and allowing man’s best friends to deteriorate to such sad degrees <–very unnecessary.

    this statement can surface diff kinda hatred so i think u shud becareful..esp wif da issues dats goin around now…

    im a muslim..a liberal 1 who like dogs better den cats as a matter of fact n i find selayang dog pound in FUCKED Up for dis, the government is also kinda responsible in this coz of lack of involvement in this matter…so yeah dnt think religion shud be in this coz our god(ALLAH) did stress dat all creature shud never be treated badly, cruely or even to be left hungry…negligence its a big sin too us.. peace

    • Kimberlycun February 23, 2010 at 3:56 pm #


      st: i believe most if not all dog pounds are in dire conditions.

      ms. bloom: and the extent of cruelty is shocking.

      myhorng: one word to sum it all up.

      man: obviously i’m refering to those who are narrowminded and not liberal ones like you. thanks for being a good muslim. i’m just calling a spade a spade, if those imbeciles read this and find that im being insensitive towards them so be it because they are dog killers and i have no respect whatsoever for them.

      bee: thank god u found your pup. yeah i understand when a facility is understaffed and underfunded but i don’t understand when assistance is blatantly refused and cruelty clearly encouraged at these places! they are going to hell for this.

      roz: hope to see more and more muslims giving support to these poor animals. i hope u see that i’m not against the religion but more of the people who practised it wrongly.

  8. beetrice February 23, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

    PAWS was also in quite a dire state at one point too from lack of support, but the animals never looked as bad as the ones in your post above (although admittedly tick infestation IS a problem at most pounds as it’s difficult to control)

    one of my dogs was once caught by a dog-catcher after running out of the house – we drove to PAWS and spotted him there in one of the cages, but it was close to 48hrs before we could get him out as they were closed for the day. although he wasn’t mistreated, he was old and quickly succumbed to tick fever contracted from that place.

    in that case, i’m upset over it but at least what could have been done was done and he didn’t suffer any excessive distress over the whole encounter. i can’t imagine the poor dogs at the selayang dog pound…already terrified at being in unfamiliar surroundings with barking dogs all around, and on top of that treated like garbage – cases like this make me want to cry…with rage.

    it’s true no religion advocates violence against living things, but somehow this whole thing just reminds me of that incident where a dog got beaten half to death by SOME people calling it “haram”. i’ve got some lovely liberal muslim friends that actually keep dogs and pamper them to bits, and they’re the ones that help keep my hopes up that things can change.

    gotta hope, right? :)

  9. Roz February 23, 2010 at 3:50 pm #

    Gosh!! What have the world gone into???? How can you treat these animals such ways???? Dayum!! Who is this Ernie person? Why has there been no actions taken against her???? Lucky I am not living in Selayang or I would’ve go on a strike against her~!! Animals shouldnt be treated such ways, no matter what.. There ought to be another way!! Haiz!
    Lame la all this people! T_T”

    Fr the record, I am also a Muslim.. But I like dogs as well.. ^^

  10. Gin February 23, 2010 at 4:00 pm #

    =(

  11. michaelooi February 23, 2010 at 4:02 pm #

    I heard some of the dawgs are beaten to death on the spot. They don’t put them to sleep, but beaten to death. I think it was on the paper some time back. Some English lady reported to the authorities. This seems to be happening everywhere in the country… not just Selayang. Sickos that they are.

  12. Kimberlycun February 23, 2010 at 4:53 pm #

    gin: :(

    michael: i heard the same :( it’s hard to believe we have such sick people living in this country.

  13. CV February 23, 2010 at 11:27 pm #

    This is very saddening.
    Aren’t all creatures have equal rights ?!

  14. Aaron Leo February 24, 2010 at 12:21 am #

    Seriously. You got to be fucking kidding me. Right?

  15. fern February 24, 2010 at 2:30 am #

    Kim,
    I don’t agree that you pull religion into this. As far as I know, there are plenty of non-Muslims abusing animals as well. Its about cruel people, not cruel, uneducated Muslims as you put it. I had a neighbor back in Subang Jaya (assumingly educated) who tied kittens in a double plastic bag and threw them in the garbage can. How? For bigger cats, she throws hot water at them. The comparison for cats and dogs are unfair as stray cats do not pose much of a threat as dogs do. How many cases have we read of people getting killed/hurt by stray dog attacks and bites? Cats?
    The thing why dogs are unwelcome in certain public areas are because once the dog hair sticks to your clothes, you can’t use it for prayers. So they have to go home and change. Very inconvenient. So I suggest that you educate yourself first before calling him uneducated. Certain trained animals esp dogs are overly affectionate and would come to anyone they like. I have seen enough to knw that dogs are friendly creatures as opposed to arrogant cats.
    Let’s make it clear that we are against anyone cruel to animal. No just Muslims who are cruel to animal.

    I’ve always loved dogs, sad to see such a thing happening.

    • Kimberlycun February 24, 2010 at 3:15 am #

      fern: not disputing the facts that there are plenty of non-muslims who abuse animals as well and they’re sick. what i’m refering to are these cruel people in this country who use religion as an excuse to abuse dogs and i’m sticking to my opinion regardless of your idealistic perception of the world. can’t wear clothes with dog hair for prayers? that is one narrow-minded and uneducated thought as far as i’m concerned. so you’re saying that it’s best that our dogs should be kept locked in small rooms just so muslims won’t be affected by dog hair? ridiculous. u don’t get dog hair on your clothes unless you deliberately hug them anyway and i’m speaking from experience. so it’s all the religious paranoia that’s doing these people in. just because dogs are affectionate and may inconvenient a muslim (changing clothes for prayers, sticking body parts in mud for cleansing etc) and they deserve a less humane treatment? deserved to be locked up in cages and not see the light of day? tell me why can’t i pull religion in? it’s real and seething. why do you think those dogs are dirty and dying in that pound? is it not realistic to consider that this muslim person, Ernie, may or may not be affected by her religious beliefs and is refusing to render any assistance to these dogs because they’re dirty? refuse to wash them cause it makes them wet and un-halal? wake up and smell the coffee and lets make it clear i’m not only against muslims who are cruel to animals but every asshole who is.

      aaron: nope.

      cv: yeah, except animals that give us pork. kidding.

  16. meow February 24, 2010 at 1:30 pm #

    helo kim.

    first of all, i think you should take all the opposing comments openly and supportive comments firmly. i cannot ask you more to educate yourself about Islam as most of the other Muslims are not perfectly educated, either. but as a Muslim, i truly respect my non-muslim friend wanting to have beer/eat pork once in a while and talking to me about their lifestyle once in a while. there’s no reason to hate non-muslims for doing the things they do, because it’s not wrong for you. i hope you could be more sensitive about something you’re no expert in, as i too do not understand why some non-muslims bangs their head to the wall till it looked like they hurt themselves during some ritual, but i never go and post it up publicly on a blog because as a human being with all sorts of culture and beliefs, we need to be sensitive towards our friends, neighbours, colleagues, or some stranger next to us.

    i truly hate this fellow, ernie, now after reading your post, and for some reason, only God knows, that her cruelty towards animals (so far, we’ve seen dogs) are not acceptable in any form of humankind. unfortunately, Ernie is a muslim, but for the reason, we do not know why is she treating dogs in such a way. maybe she just hated all the other animals, and if she’s in PAWS, the issue of ‘narrow minded muslim not having dog hair around’ would not be brought up. even when my neighbour’s dog barks at my cats and scares them, i would just shoo him away with some gestures, never in my mind have the intention to sneak into his house and stab him while he’s asleep. reason being, some of my cats were bitten by dog to death, before. that’s y i shoo the dog away. plus, the dog’s owner didn’t even bother to walk the dog and just let him poo freely anywhere he likes, without scooping the poo right after, while he’s actually staying in a 90% muslim residence. i think that’s cruel towards your society.

    in my opinion, to solve this issue, we should bring ernie to animal’s right justice. and we should have a volunteer like you, kim, to offer hands and help these helpless dogs to be healthier, medicated, and fed well so that they’re good for adoptions, community services, etc.

    all the best.

    for the love of dogs and cats.

    meow.

    • Kimberlycun February 24, 2010 at 3:19 pm #

      meow: well i am keeping this open, that’s y i have no intention of deleting your comment or any others that think my post is offensive to muslims. i have faith in my readers that they are able to ascertain whether my opinions are valid. i don’t disagree that the way i’ve written may make some people uncomfortable but truth hurts. if i’m wrong, then prove me wrong or i will stand by my opinions. this post is NOT written to be digested by people who are sensitive because they will always be touchy regardless of how diplomatic i could have put it. i’m keeping it real, so to speak. the level of cruelty is so shocking that i honestly cannot be bothered with walking on egg shells on this issue. i’m speaking from my personal experience and from experience of people i know who have dogs, as well as muslim friends who themselves find it unnerving how some uneducated bumpkins use religion to impose on others and on animals. i’d love to help and a lot of other people do too, but right now the ppl at the dog pound, specifically a monster named Ernie is refusing entrance to anyone with the slightest kind intention.

      as for misbehaving dogs, there is no bad dogs, only bad owners. that it a whole other issue that requires a lot of discussion. firstly, our government has no knowledge, experience and compassion towards the treating and controlling of animals. the system is there but it’s a farce and badly executed (as demonstrated by the dog pound). all they know what to do is catch and torture to death. they even catch people’s pets! then, there are ppl who are not educated about getting animals, they just buy and abandon if the going gets tough which causes stray problems. and why it’s so tough for dog owners? cause the country is zero-tolerant and it’s muslim that even parks ban dogs! no walking = more energy = crazy dogs. also, if you see someone not scooping or bagging their dog poop, they should voice out to owners and not keep it inside and lash it out on the dogs. ppl should educate each other, not blame on dogs.

  17. Chelsea February 25, 2010 at 3:12 pm #

    I grew up in Malaysia and have seen how people treat stray dogs and cats. They either squirt, pour, yell, chased the poor lot. And I couldn’t do anything becos my elders will say they are “lasap” = dirty. But I would steal food for them; some milk, my biscuits etc. I’ve always thought these adults were cruel and heartless. Maybe that’s why I am more loving to my animals than humans.

  18. aud February 25, 2010 at 4:04 pm #

    what we have here is a crazier more psychotic reincarnation of cruella de vil

  19. jo February 27, 2010 at 2:21 am #

    @fern: “The thing why dogs are unwelcome in certain public areas are because once the dog hair sticks to your clothes, you can’t use it for prayers. So they have to go home and change. Very inconvenient.”

    I think kids pose more inconvenience to me than dogs. Crying kids disrupt my peace and when the little snot-nosed bastards covered in ice-cream bump into me or touch me with their dirty hands in shopping malls, I’ll have to wipe myself with dozens of tissues and wet wipes. I’m OCD, so that makes it very inconvenient for me. But nobody prevents these walking germ factories from public places, right? If you think others have to keep their dogs home because of your beliefs, then I demand kids be left at home because of my sickness.

    Call me crazy, irrational, judgmental, self-righteous, unrelenting? I call that religion.

  20. Sabrina February 27, 2010 at 3:11 am #

    HI, 1st & most, I’m a Muslim. And my name is SABRINA.
    I used to get uncontrollably emotional when i came across stories like this. Especially on animals. Any animals, even a bloody-squeezed chick.
    However, I realized after i whined and complained, I actually did nothing.
    My point is Kim, by putting this entry here seriously it’s not gonna change nothing much except for tapping unnecessary angst and hatred (bet a bunch would loathe the Malays if they read this entry at a glance.)
    Here I am Kim, offering my sincere help should you need a volunteer to advocate on animals rights, should you want to start a campaign on dogs are-welcome-in-malaysia or worst, should you want you me to capture Ernie, i would help. There’s no way one can forgive a human being for treating our furry friends as such. Shame on u Ernie.
    Just to share with the readers, my kitten was brutally attacked by my neighbour’s dog back in 2003. What drove me nuts was the fact that my neighbour scooped and tossed my half-dead kitten under a tree and he was caught red-handed. I cried frantically asking for some help and cursing F,F at the same time; sadly he shown no remorse. It was his act that prompted me to put poison in his dogs’ food, well almost… after my kitten was put down and me still choking with mucus, my vet properly briefed me on how dogs have their own territory and they’re not to be blamed. My vet is a Muslim too. Then I realized it was the master’s doing that pissed me off not the dog. For the record, Blackie the dog is still alive and kicking and last I heard he ‘playfully’ killed another kitten, luckily not mine. My point is, they’re animal, they rely on instincts not intelligence. So it’s up to us to stand up for them if you think they deserve it. What happened to Ernie I guess is that she made the call that dogs just don’t belong here on Earth.
    Oh ya, we do have Doggathon, a fun day with your dog kinda thing, held in UPM anually now. (I know cuz I serve UPM) so please don’t just assume we Muslims are the cause of all the inconveniences related to our loyal furry friends. Islam does not make one’s life difficult, that I know for sure cuz I’m living it.

  21. steph March 1, 2010 at 1:44 pm #

    I just came back from Germany and the Czech Republic and it was nice to see people taking their dogs along everywhere, even on trains and trams. It is heartbreaking to see the dogs treated like that at the pound.

    All of God’s creatures should be treated with respect, regardless of your religion (or lack of). But before I start to waste energy on hatred towards the cruel people involved I merely tell myself: God will deal with them and Karma is a bitch!

    *hugs my dogs tight tight*

  22. SY March 2, 2010 at 12:02 am #

    Dear Kimberly,

    I came across your blog today, as I was reading up on the issue. I want to share with you that I have quite a number of muslim colleagues who owned dogs.
    So, I do feel that this is not a question of religion. It is a handful of people misusing religion to justify their cruelty.

    Having said that, I sort of agree with Sabrina, that just posting would not have much impact. We need to write in, keep being vocal, and keep reaching out consistently, in order to effect change. I have not lost hope that there are rational Malaysians out there across all races, and this group need to speak up and be heard. We need to stop distinguishing ourselves by race in this matter, else there would be little chance of successfully stopping this cruelty. Its not going to be overnight, since we have a lot of retards in power.

    Anyway, I want to share with you a very striking piece, someone else once shared with me, on why evil happens. It left a lasting impression on me.

    A View on fanaticism:

    This is by far the best explanation of the terrorist situations I have ever read. His references to past history are accurate and clear. Not long, easy to understand, and well worth the read. The author of this email is said to be Dr. Emanuel Tanay, a well known and well respected psychiatrist.

    A German’s View on Fanaticism
    A man, whose family was German aristocracy prior to World War II, owned a number of large industries and estates. When asked how many German people were true Nazis, The answer he gave can guide our attitude toward fanaticism. ‘Very few people were true Nazis,’ he said, ‘but many enjoyed the return of German pride, and many more were too busy to care. I was one of those who just thought the Nazis were a bunch of fools. So, the majority just sat back and let it all happen. Then, before we knew it, they owned us, and we had lost control, and the end of the world had come. My family lost everything. I ended up in a concentration camp and the Allies destroyed my factories.’

    We are told again and again by ‘experts’ and ‘talking heads’ that Islam is the religion of peace, and that the vast majority of Muslims just want to live in peace. The fact is that the fanatics rule Islam at this moment in history. It is the fanatics who march. It is the fanatics who wage any one of 50 shooting wars worldwide. It is the fanatics, who bomb, behead, murder, or honor-kill. It is the fanatics who zealously spread the stoning and hanging of rape victims and homosexuals. It is the fanatics who teach their young to kill and to become suicide bombers. The hard quantifiable fact is that the peaceful majority, the ‘silent majority,’ is cowed and extraneous.

    Communist Russia was comprised of Russians who just wanted to live in peace, yet the Russian Communists were responsible for the murder of about 20 million people. The peaceful majority were irrelevant.

    China ‘s huge population was peaceful as well, but Chinese Communists managed to kill a staggering 70 million people.

    The average Japanese individual prior to World War II was not a warmongering sadist. Yet, Japan murdered and slaughtered its way across South East Asia in an orgy of killing that included the systematic murder of 12 million Chinese civilians; most killed by sword, shovel, and bayonet.

    And, who can forget Rwanda , which collapsed into butchery.

    Could it not be said that the majority of Rwandans were ‘peace loving’?

    History lessons are often incredibly simple and blunt, yet for all our posers of reason we often miss the most basic and uncomplicated of points: Peace-loving Muslims have been made irrelevant by their silence.

    Peace-loving Muslims will become our enemy if they don’t speak up, because like my friend from Germany , they will awaken one day and find that the fanatics own them, and the end of their world will have begun.

    Peace-loving Germans, Japanese, Chinese, Russians, Rwandans, Serbs, Afghans, Iraqis, Palestinians, Somalis, Nigerians, Algerians, and many others have died because the peaceful majority did not speak up until it was too late. As for us who watch it all unfold, we must pay attention to the only group that counts; the fanatics who threaten our way of life.

  23. Mellissa March 3, 2010 at 12:28 pm #

    I think that this (along with a number of other things) is just a Malaysian thing, not a Muslim thing as I just showed my friend who’s sitting beside me your post too, and in the Middle East apparently people are fine with dogs and what not.

    It’s horrible and despicable, I wish there was more we could do about it :(

  24. Juneeta March 13, 2010 at 7:47 pm #

    this is so sick how can they do this . some more just throw them like that .

  25. Nellyn March 16, 2010 at 1:06 am #

    hey kim….im glad thr r still a lot of ppl who care bout d animals s much s me….bt most importantly…i love dogs…they r my best friends…jz 2 c these dogs sufferin lik dat is jz heart-breakin…mayb its time 4 us 2 stop talkin so much n start doin sumthin bout it…i mean actions does speak loudre than words ryte?we hafta start takin action or else d situation might get out of control…neway e-mail me or sumthin mayb we cud talk more bout it…

  26. Nellyn March 16, 2010 at 1:07 am #

    i mean louder*****

  27. Zalinah Noordin March 17, 2010 at 7:36 pm #

    hi..my name is Zalinah Noordin and I am a journalist with The Star. would like to do a write-up on the issue u you blogged. how to contact u? maybe u can help shed more light on the issue. thanks

    • jkuan October 12, 2011 at 10:14 pm #

      u should put this on the star.to open the malaysian eyes ,this is partly the gouvement fault

  28. jkuan October 12, 2011 at 10:02 pm #

    this is serious matter.this people should be punnish for they have no point in living what so ever.i hope this could be brought up to the news

  29. damien January 27, 2013 at 11:26 am #

    Just came across this blog and the pics and stories makes me really sick. How can one be so sick, heartless and cruel? As someone living in Oz, i just have a couple of points to make. Dogs help the blind to see. They help search for survivors whenever there are major catastrophes like earth quakes and tsunamis. They sniff out drugs at the border and go into wars zones just to keep soldiers safe. In many homes dogs help keep you safe and protect your home from intruders. And they will never leave your side when your life partner of 50 years passes away. And this is how they get treated. Shame on any councils, anyone even government officials if they turn a blind eye. Pls collect as much evidence as one can and let the whole world know, sooner or later this will come back to haunt all those responsible.

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