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PNP and NBI investigate the Dasmariñas cat killing spree

Posted by siyerwin on Friday, January 04, 2008 at 11:15 PM

Below are two video clips from "Kapuso" GMA news updates on the investigation on the Dasmariñas homeless cat massacre case. I'm glad the authorities, namely the Philippine National Police (PNP) and the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI), are doing their job and are following leads. Let's all hope they catch the cat killers! Kudos to CARA and the Dasmariñas Village homeowners association for pursuing this to the hilt and for giving voice to the helpless cats that were killed and hurt that day.


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Videos courtesy of GMANews.TV

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  1. 1 Comment: Responses to “ PNP and NBI investigate the Dasmariñas cat killing spree ”

  2. By babybranny on Jan 20, 2008, 7:35:00 PM

    sherwin, so many mefindhome posts i didnt receive! like this.

    checking your old posts..

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