Cat Killers Return to Yishun; Two Grisly Bodies Found in a Single Day

Yesterday, 9 Feb 2017, two more cats were found dead in Yishun, just when the joke about Yishun being cursed was getting old. It’s like someone out there insists on Yishun being known as the weird and crazy part of Singapore.

One of the cats had its throat slit, and the other had its stomach cut open.

According to the Facebook page of Yishun 326 Tabby Cat, a group of volunteers for cat welfare and treatment, the first dead cat was found beside a road divider near Yishun MRT. Apparently, this is the second time a cat was found in the same location.

This cat was discovered with a slit throat.


Whoever did this is a disgusting person. Any debates on animal rights aside, what they did was exceptionally cruel and deplorable. It is our hope, and the hope of animal rights advocates and cat lovers everywhere, that they be caught and punished as soon as possible.

The second cat was found hours later behind Khoo Teck Puat Hospital (KTPH), with its stomach ripped open.

This one was really grisly.


I hope you’re not eating anything while reading this article.

Agri-food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) caregivers were at the scene when this cat was first discovered by the Facebook group.

AVA later revealed that the cat behind KTPH was mauled by two stray dogs. Turns out even dogs are getting involved in killing cats in Yishun. Terribly unfortunate.

AVA and the volunteer group both implored members of the public to keep vigilant and take note of suspicious persons, and to report to AVA. Anyone who has any evidence or information to report can contact AVA through their hotline, 1800-476-1600.

Whoever the cat killers are, they need to be stopped. If not for the lives of these innocent creatures, then at least for the peace and quiet of Yishun Town. All these jokes about a horrible Yishun are getting old, fast. We need to stop beating the dead cat (too soon?).

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