CUDDLES CAT CAFE OWNER NEGLECTED THE HEALTH OF CATS IN HIS CAFE TO MAKE QUICK BUCKS

Dear A.S.S. Editor

The 33 year old man who owned the now-defunct Cuddles Cat Cafe, has been sentenced to two weeks jail and fined $3,500. Among his offences were failing to comply with licensing conditions, giving false information to a public servant and attempting to cheat.

The owner, Jonathan Tan Wei-De, had falsified cat health records in his application for AVA’s temporary licence to keep animals for public interaction on the premises. He was alleged to fail to keep the cats in good health.

What kind of a man is this? Irresponsibly ignoring the health of the cats, just so that he could open his cat cafe and make money out of people who loves cats. Probably the health of the cats are the last thing on his mind, instead, it was all about the money. Well, spend the next two weeks behind bars and think about money. Good for you!

Danny Soh

A.S.S. Contributor

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