Chinese Animal Rights Activists are Fighting Back Against Serial Cat Cruelty in China

This is excellent news despite the conclusion to this story. A series of brutal videos featuring the abuse of cats and dogs have been on the Chinese internet (the Chinese internet is censored so it is different to the Western internet) for a while. There are other aspects to the Chinese way of life which can incorporate deeply troubling cruelty to animals.

In the past there has been some activism against this by both Chinese people and outsiders from other countries. In this instance it appears that Chinese people only decided that they have had enough of this deviant behaviour and became vigilantes; a dangerous idea in China but not doubt driven by a deep concern for animal welfare and frustration at the apathy of the authorities.

Six animal rights activists abducted two Chinese men who they incorrectly suspected of being involved in the torture of cats and dogs.

They attacked the men (Liu and Yi). One vigilante is allegedly a woman named Xu. She allegedly threw a mixture of cat litter and cat faeces at one of the men.

Going further, one of the six stuffed cat sh*t into the mouths of the victims. An appropriate action if he was the right person.

Personally I support their behaviour despite its illegality because it is necessary as nothing is being done by the authorities to stop animal cruelty. However, I don’t support abusing the wrong people! These men appear to be innocent of any animal abuse.

The six have been accused (charged?) with picking quarrels and provoking trouble. This is a crime and they may end up being imprisoned for up to five years. That would be a great shame because their commitment to trying to improve animal welfare in China is commendable.

I like this story because it hints that there is a body of Chinese people living in China who have had enough of animal cruelty and the lack of action to prevent it by the authorities. I hope it indicates a subtle change in the attitude of the Chinese people to animal welfare. China has a very poor animal and human rights record. The international community should ostracise China for this reason but don’t because the West is dependent on China for goods and loans. Money always trumps animal welfare.

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6 thoughts on “Chinese Animal Rights Activists are Fighting Back Against Serial Cat Cruelty in China”

  1. How come you’re not out in front of every grocery store shoving feces-filled cat-litter into everyone’s mouths for all the animals they kill? Now you’re just being a hypocrite. Do you still feed your cat canned-animals that you paid others to kill for you?

    1. Are you saying every person who comes out of a grocery store anywhere in the world has been brutally cruel to animals? If so please elucidate clearly. Give me chapter and verse.

  2. Typical animal-rights activists. They’re the same worldwide. They use the excuse of saving animals to display and vent their mentally and emotionally defective sociopathic and psychopathic personalities.

    I love that so many of your visitors wish all humans were dead. Just like a couple of them did again recently. Do you do that too?

    1. You simply have no understanding at all as to what motivates animal right activists because you are blinded by your hatred of cats and them. It would not occur to you that they do these things to improve the lives of animals and for no other reason. That is the obvious reason and it is the correct one.

      1. So, it is perfectly fine with you that they tormented people who had nothing to do with harming animals. Yes, you’re a sociopath. Thanks for admitting it.

        1. They were clearly wrong in picking the wrong people – I said that, you fool. But if they had been the correct people I’d support the activists’ behavior.

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