Tenants of a Tai Kok Tsui building suspect a pet-cremation company ordered to move out is still operating on the top floor. They say a strong smell of burning still wafts through the Mow Shing Centre in Bedford Road and they still see bags full of carcasses being carried in and out of the building. But the Don't Forget Pets Cremation Centre insists it has stopped operations in the building and any burning of animals is done in a building nearby. Officials of the Home Affairs Department told the Yau Tsim Mong District Council yesterday that the company had recently sent a letter to the landlord of the Mow Shing Centre saying it had demolished the incinerator and believed the matter was settled. But Winston Chui, owner of a trading company operating on a lower floor, said: 'When the company sent a letter to the building's owners' committee, we all thought it was good news. But next day the smell came back.' Another tenant, Ms Ho, said she also smelt a burning odour on and off and on September 7 and last Thursday. Tenants said the company had removed the crematorium chimney last week and staff had been seen moving in some heavy equipment. Mr Chui said they believed the equipment was being used to filter the smoke. Responding to a call from a reporter posing as a client, Don't Forget Pets confirmed it still provided cremation services, but in the Lung Cheong Building, opposite the Mow Shing Centre. Asked to comment later, a Mr Wong said: 'We have stopped incineration. We refer business to other cremation companies. How can we emit smells? We have stopped cremation. We have stopped keeping bodies there.'