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Singapore, Malaysia ARAs Call on Authorities to Not Kill Stray Dogs

Kuala Lumpur: Animal rights activists in Singapore and Malaysia have called on the authorities at a botanical park area in the island country to ensure stray dogs are treated humanely and not killed after a woman was attacked.

According to park officials, speaking to reporters on Wednesday, a 22-year-old local woman was attacked by a group of dogs at the Gardens by the Bay botanical park, which made its opening last month.

According to reports, street dogs have descended on the area from nearby construction sites, seeking out the comfort of the plants, grass and an easier life. But the $790 million facility wants to put an end to the stray dogs in the area.

Animal rights activists told they are urging the park to not kill the dogs.

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