Puppy Seller Denied Bail

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The Cape of Good Hope SPCA requested the Investigation Officer overseeing the serial offender’s case to oppose the bail application of Mr Selwyn Taylor.  The bail application was opposed by the Sea Point Police official during his second appearance before the Cape Town Magistrates’ court yesterday.  His bail was denied.  Mr Taylor will remain incarcerated until his next court appearance.

Taylor was arrested twice in the space of a week on charges for contravening the Animal Protection Act and City of Cape Town Animal Keeping By-law 2021.  The source of the puppy supply chain is still under investigation.

The Cape of Good Hope SPCA makes an urgent appeal to members of the public to not support begging or the sale of puppies, and to report any matters of animal cruelty by calling their Inspectorate on 021 700 4158/9 and report any selling of puppies or using of animals for begging to Law Enforcement by calling 021 596 1999

An individual is arrested for animal exploitation and common assault after becoming violent
An individual is arrested for animal exploitation and common assault after becoming violent

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