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    Injured dog shot with BB gun escapes Subang Jaya vet clinic


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    PETALING JAYA: In a disheartening turn of events, Changgang, the dog that was brutally injured after being shot with a BB gun and abandoned at an oil palm estate in Banting last week, has managed to escape from a veterinary clinic in SS15, Subang Jaya where it was under treatment.

    On July 9 (Sunday), it is believed that the canine, which was kept in a cage, found a way to escape the clinic at approximately 4pm.

    Sani Ng Abdullah, an animal rescuer who discovered the injured stray dog on June 29 and named it after the village where it was found, Kampung Bukit Changgang, received an alarming call from the clinic’s veterinarian around 6.15pm on Sunday, informing him of Changgang’s disappearance.

    Sharing his plight, Sani expressed deep sadness about the situation. He said, “My wife and I visited the clinic around 3pm to see Changgang and brought some food with us to feed him. Just three short hours later, we received devastating news of his escape. We are truly heartbroken. We have begun our search for him, along with other dedicated animal rescuers. We believe he couldn’t have gone very far and is likely hiding somewhere nearby.”

    Although Changgang, the resilient dog, still had more than 20 ball bearings lodged in its body and was not yet fit for surgery, one ball bearing was removed and handed over to the police for investigation.

    The incident is being investigated under the Animal Welfare Act and Penal Code as an act of cruelty and maiming animals. Currently, the culprits behind this heinous act have not been identified by the police.

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    A recent report by The Star on July 3 highlighted the alarming sale of gas-powered ball bearing guns, also known as BB guns, on various e-commerce websites, despite their illegality and potential danger. These guns closely resemble actual firearms.

    Sani urged anyone with information regarding Changgang’s whereabouts to contact him at 016-611 2777 or animal rescuer Chia Boon Woo at 012-311 1132.

    Credit: The Star : News Feed

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