China: Another Live Dog Slowly Boiled Alive WARNING Graphic Images...
WARNING GRAPHIC PHOTOS & VIDEO / China: Live Dog Slowly Boiled Alive
This is the face of China. Everyday. Not just one day a year. As difficult as it is to watch this, please do so in order for us to make a difference. In honor of all the innocent animals cooked alive in China, we must fight for them. I can no longer look at these photos or video, but I will not stop fighting for these animals. Thank you. S.J. Francis
This poor dog is being slowly boiled alive. He would have been immersed in boiling water multiple times for the old man to be able to scrape the dog’s fur off. Scraping the fur off while the dog is alive would have been terribly painful for the dog – and it would have taken a considerable amount of time.
The horrible man picks the dog up and stuffs it head first into a bucket of boiling water! The bucket is so small the dog’s whole body doesn’t even fit in it. The dog’s legs are flailing as he gets his head out of the boiling water – to breath again from almost drowning.
The dog screams out in agony as the boiling water rips through his fur-less flesh.
Having his fur ripped out while fully conscious would have been terribly painful for this poor dog.
Fully conscious dog after being plunged into a bucket of boiling water.
Screaming, the dog struggles to get out of the bucket of boiling water, and stay out of the clutches of his torturer. NOTE: this dog is wearing a house collar and is probably someone’s loved pet!
Screaming in agony, the dog attempts to leap out of the boiling water.
With his face burnt and blistered, the agonized dog breaks free of the bucket and takes off running for his life. In a blind panic, the poor dog falls over and runs blindly into the first doorway he sees. The old man follows the dog and roars with laughter when he sees the dog has run into his own building.
I would like to punch this bastard in the face and stuff him in a vat of boiling water and laugh at him! I find these videos almost unbearable to watch. These humans make me ashamed to be from the same species.
The brutal cruelty of this man is ‘not’ illegal in China because the country has no animal protection laws. I am just back from three weeks in China, which was my fourth trip across the country. From what I witnessed in China, animal protection laws are not even close to being implemented. Even if laws were brought in, people like the man in this video would still brutalize animals anyway, because they are bereft of any ounce of empathy when it comes to the suffering of others.
How can someone not hear the screams for mercy?
How can someone not make the connection between the smell and of boiling flesh, the sight of bright red bleeding flesh falling off the bones, screams of agony and wailing howls of pain?
How can you laugh you bastard?
We have to keep fighting in memory of animals like this poor dog. His death was horrific but I will not let him die in vain. We will tell his story!
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Until next time….hug your animals. Tell them you love them. If you don’t have a pet, adopt one. Make adoption your first option when seeking a pet. Adopt. Don’t shop. Can’t adopt. Please consider fostering one. The animal will have the taste of home and the shelter will cover the expenses. Can’t foster? Make a donation or volunteer at your local shelter. Please, don’t hunt. Unless you’re starving down in a ditch somewhere, there is no logical reason to do so. Whatever you do, however you do it, please be a voice for the animals large and small. All it takes is one to make a difference, good or bad. FYI: To find an animal in need of a home; to find an animal shelter near you, check out https://www.petfinder.com
Remember, all types, ages, breeds, even purebreds are waiting to be adopted.
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Regards, S.J. Francis
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