Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Kylie Knott
Opinion

Opinion

Kylie Knott

No excuse for abandoning pet dogs in Hong Kong – tougher laws are needed to deter such cruelty

  • A spaniel found after being abandoned in a remote part of the city and taken to a dog rescue centre has been named Phaedra, from the Greek for bright
  • As a purebred dog she has a good chance of being rehomed, but for others the future is less bright. Tougher punishment is needed for treating pets like trash

Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Sally Andersen, founder of Hong Kong Dog Rescue. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Kylie Knott

Kylie Knott

After many years with the Post, Kylie Knott found her calling on the culture and lifestyle desk. She writes about the environment, animal welfare, food and the arts.