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Wanted to share with you, news of a woman from Hei Long Jiang, China, stepping on a kitten's head. Literally, blowing its brains out. And she is actually a nurse.
There are articles saying that two men who wanted to film clips of the maltreatment of animals, asked her to commit the act and that she was paid to do it. She was also asked to dress up for the filming.
Unfortunately, because of the lack of laws protecting animals in the country, nothing can be done to punish her and the two men. The woman and another man, believed to be the cameraman, are no where to be found. But, the online community who are fuming over the incident are refusing to give up and still trying to locate the duo.
She also killed a puppy and a rabbit in the same disgusting way. For all we know, she could have killed more.
Please brace yourselves for the pictures are horrible beyond definition.
Puppy and rabbit: http://chinese.cari.com.my/myforum/viewthread.php?tid=495237###
* In case the link doesn't work, scroll down to the 6th post.
Countries like China, Malaysia and other Muslim countries still lack the appropriate laws for animal protection.
With regard to this matter, I would like to appeal to Ryan and Katie, readers of this blog, passers-by, anybody, to sign a petition that would be handed over to the Prime Minister of Malaysia to ammend the laws, protecting the animals in Malaysia.
Taken from SPCA Malaysia:
"Animal lovers all over Malaysia petition for a pro-active government stance on the prevention of cruelty to animals by passing effective and deterrant legislation:
1. Increasing the cruelty fine from RM200 (since 1953) significantly higher to around RM 10,000.00 and increase jail time.
2. A life time ban on animal ownership for those charged with cruelty to animals --- animals therefore cannot be returned to the owners.
3. To urge the public to be responsible pet owners - spay/neuter their pets, adequate food, space, exercise, love and mediacal attention and to be considerate neighbours."
SEND THIS TO YOUR RELATIVES, FRIENDS, FRIEND'S FRIENDS, ETC, AND ASK THEM TO SIGN THE PETITION!