SINGAPORE – The owners of the Maltese that died while under the care of a dog boarding and daycare company said they were not aware tourists had been recruited as volunteers to take care of the animals. The married couple, who wanted to be known only as Mr Raymond, 31, and Ms Jenny, 29, said they were disappointed with the way Board N’ Play had responded, following the death of Garfield, their one-year-old Maltese, on April 17. “We didn’t get any official apology or explanation from Ms Loy about the incident before it resumed operations four days later, said bank executive Raymond, referring to the person in charge of the place. “We feel she just brushed off the severity of what happened.” The couple also told The Straits Times on Monday (April 29) that they are seeking compensation from the company, but declined to disclose the amount. Garfield, which had joined the daycare in February, was taken swimming at Tanjong Beach on Sentosa with 16 other dogs on the fateful day. They were under the care of seven handlers from Board N’ Play. A passer-by told The Straits Times later she had seen the Maltese lying unconscious on the beach… Read full this story
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