China: Easy Excuse To Cull Dogs In Sichuan
Several communities across Sichuan Province are using community fears about Novel Coronavirus as an easy excuse to kill dogs and cats. Pet owners are warned against walking dogs during daylight hours; even if leashed. Elderly pet owners are easy targets as they’re not physically able to fight back against physically stronger officials. Any unleashed animal is at high risk of being bludgeoned to death, including cats and rabbits. This cruelty is taking place across a growing number of provinces in China.
There’s justified fear among pet owners in China as to what happens to their pets if pet owners become ill with Novel Coronavirus. Photographs and videos have appeared on Chinese social media of pets being forcibly removed from people’s housing after owners have contracted the virus. Some pets are brought out already bludgeoned to death.
We don’t know if removed pets from ill owners will be reunited or of the pets are killed within 24 hours. We do not know. These are very real fears for many devoted pet owners in China.
It is well documented from the World Health Organization that dogs and cat do NOT get Novel Coronavirus and they do NOT spread the virus. Infected humans infect other humans. Animals are NOT at risk of contracting the virus or spreading it.
City officials across China ignore factual evidence from scientists, medical professionals and the World Health Organization and continue to killing dogs and cats. Pets being walked by their owners have been ripped from owners and bludgeoned in front of their distraught owners.
Video: viewer discretion advised. Small pet dog bludgeoned by property management official.
We also know that ostriches were removed from and ostrich farm in Mudanjiang, northern China. The Ostriches were killed by city officials. This took place because of misplaced fears that Ostriches might somehow contract or spread Novel Coronavirus. The human coronavirus is spread by infected humans, to other humans. Not Ostriches.
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