Dehydrated & Starving Rabbit Found At Lim Chu Kang Cemetery, Taken To SPCA

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The rabbit is speculated to either have been abandoned or escaped, as there are no wild rabbits in Singapore.

By - 19 Sep 2023, 6:42 pm

Funeral Service Finds Starving Rabbit In Lim Chu Kang Cemetery

You’d usually associate pet funeral services with the sad departure of animals from our world.

However, pet funeral organisation At Takwa Services became the source of life for one rabbit they found dehydrated and starving in Lim Chu Kang Cemetery.

They rescued the fluffy white bunny from the cemetery. Sadly, it looked to be in bad shape.

The pet funeral service brought the rabbit in a box to the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA).

Rabbit starving & dehydrated in cemetery

At Takwa Services provides a service that is both heartbreaking yet important. The organisation offers the last rites for the beloved pets who have departed the world of the living.

But on 15 Sep, they uploaded a Facebook post, this time about rescuing an animal from the verge of death.

The service’s staff discovered a fluffy white rabbit at the Lim Chu Kang Muslim Cemetery. Amidst the solemn tombs, the adorable bunny lay next to a stack of bricks, each one larger than itself.

The dry cemetery possessed no wate...

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