Today is a sad day for Singaporeans praying for the safe return of Prince, a sheepdog.
If you feel that the name, Prince, is very familiar, that’s because it’s been on the news for quite a bit.
This tri-colour Shetland Shepard allegedly went “missing” under the care of Platinium Dogs Club and was reported missing on 30 Dec.
The video of the sheepdog’s owner, Ms Elaine Mao, going on her knees to beg for information only to be ignored went viral on Facebook.
But Owner Refused To Give Up Hope, Offered Reward For The Safe Return Of Her Dog
Just two days ago on 7 Jan, Facebook user Roderick Low uploaded an image of a poster on his Facebook account.
His owner, Ms Elaine Mao, had offered a reward of $2,000 for information that will lead her directly to Prince.
He added that they’ve managed to narrow down the search area to Bukit Batok and Bukit Timah after days of searching for the beloved dog.
Updates were coming in and they revealed that Prince could’ve been spotted outside a Butcher shop along Bukit Timah Road.
Until this report happened.
AVA Revealed That The Sheepdog Had Died Under The Care of Platinium Dogs Club
On 9 Jan 2019, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authorities of Singapore (AVA) revealed the truth behind the case of the missing sheepdog. He had died. According to the AVA, the sheepdog had died while under the care of Platinium Dogs Club. And that he had been cremated by a pet cremation service provider.