A tragic complaint was received by Watchdog Thailand. A Scottish cat was bagged and left in a field because a man who raised chicken was afraid that this cat would attack his chicken.
‘Jordan’ was a grey Scottish cat lived with his owner in Wang Saphung District, Loei Province. On May 22, 2022 Jordan was missing. On 24 May the owner found him in a sack with shallow breath and blood coming from his mouth. The sack was left in a sugar cane field nearby. Jordan died later. The suspect lives near this field.
A man caught this cat and put it in a sack was seen by a witness who reported to the owner of the cat because the man was afraid that the cat might eat his chicken.
The cat owner went to give a statement at the Nong Ya Plong police station but the officer refused to take the case because of lacking of evidence. The son of the cat owner contacted the Watchdog Thailand and sought for advice.
WDT received the compliant and contacted Pol. Col. Tedsak Boonchot, Superintendent, Nong Ya Plong police station to over see this case suspecting it might be an Animal Cruelty. The cat owner went to report the case at the police station again on 6th June. Pol. Lt. Col. Yongyut Pianraj, Investigative Inspector took this case and went to investigate the crime scene to find out whether it was an accident or animal cruelty. The police has prepared the case and will call the suspect for further interview so Jordan could find a justice if the case turns out to be a brutal killing.
If this case is proven to be a brutal killing only because he wanted to protect his chicken while the attack is not happened yet, the man is very cruel.
Please follow the investigation by the Nong Ya Plong Police Station, Loei Province with us.
Pol. Col. Tedsak Boonchot, Superintendent, Nong Ya Plong Police Station, Loei Province.
Pol. Lt. Col. Preeda Puisangpan, Deputy Superintendent (Investigation), Nong Ya Plong Police Station, Loei Province.
Pol. Lt. Col. Yongyut Pianraj, Deputy Inspector (Investigation), Nong Ya Plong Police Station, Loei Province.
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