China: Abandoned Pets Torn To Pieces
Abandoned pets are being torn to pieces as entertainment. Due to misplaced coronavirus fears pets are being abandoned in unprecedented numbers across China. Pro-animal cruelty perverts are relishing in filming helpless pets being torn asunder by their packs of vicious fighting dogs. Domestic pets do not know how to fight against seasoned fighting dogs which are expert killers.
Foreigners are leaving China (for work or personal reasons) and leaving pets behind. Some foreigners went abroad for lunar new year and decided not to come back, leaving their pets stranded. A number of local pet owners are (mistakenly) scared their pets will infect them with coronavirus and getting rid of them. Rescuers cannot cope with the high numbers of abandoned pets.
Abandoned pets are confused and hungry and don’t know how to fend for themselves. Food is scarce, shelters are full and space is running out to house more and more abandoned animals.
Every day the man in the video (below) films his vicious fighting dogs ripping abandoned pets to pieces. Then he posts his videos on Chinese social media. He’s promoting gross animal cruelty!
Local Chinese animal lovers are reporting his account en mass and tracking him to confront him in person. Thank you to the animal lover who filmed the man and exposed him to Chinese volunteers. This horrid man is a menace to society and a danger to the community at large.
Video: viewer discretion advised.
Upsetting footage for some viewers.
World Health Organization
The World Health Organization say there is no evidence to suggest Novel Coronvirus can be carried by dogs or cats, or that dogs or cats can become infected. In order to contract the virus, the S protein that makes up the virus must attach onto Ace 2 enzymes in the host. Dogs and cats lack this Ace 2 enzyme! Dogs and cats cannot contract or carry the disease.
Video: newly abandoned pets; lost and hungry [not graphic.]
Some of the dogs are wearing house collars and harnesses.
Dogs and cats do ‘not’ get human coronavirus.
Dogs and cats do ‘not’ spread human coronavirus.
People become infected with coronavirus from being around infected humans.
DO NOT ABANDON YOUR PETS.
They need you to protect them.
Read more: China: Wuhan Animal Suffering
Read more: China: Pets Thrown From High Rise Windows
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