China: Cats Deliberately Set On Fire, pet centric, Fight Dog Meat

China: Cats Deliberately Set On Fire

At least two cats were deliberately set on fire and filmed as they thrashed in agony fully alight. This cowardly act was planned ahead of time because the cats are locked in cages to capture their torture on video. It is an appalling act of cruelty! There are no animal cruelty laws in China so the person behind this wicked act answers to no one., pet centric, Fight Dog Meat

At least two cats, unaware what is about to happen.

There’s at least two cats in the video. The ginger cat facing the camera is so innocent and almost smiles to welcome the person filming. The cat tragically does not know what is about to be done to him. This is a blatant act of extreme animal cruelty., pet centric, Fight Dog Meat

Appalling act of deliberate cruelty against at least two cats., pet centric, Fight Dog Meat

At least two cats were deliberately burned alive.

As a cat lover I found the video very difficult to watch. This person is still out and about, walking along the streets of China, blending in with the crowds. For a person to commit such  premeditated cruelty shows they would have no problem causing serious harm to a human too.

Video: *warning*: graphic content. Viewer discretion advised.


Fight Dog Meat works just as hard for cats as for dogs and we will continue to expose perpetrators committing acts of animal cruelty.

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Michele Brown,

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