Netizen captures man skinning golden retriever on the street, city residents one after another express condemnation
“Too cruel”, “too bloody”… Yesterday noon, accompanied by innumerable netizen condemnations, a “Golden Retriever Skinned On The Street” video spread online. Within the 5 minute video, a Golden Retriever over 1 meter long held by its neck was skinned on the street. When this reporter found Miss Zhang who had taken the video, she said this scene made her entire body tremble, prevented her from sleeping well, and that posting this video was to call for even more people to to take care of and treat well their pets.
A news report video: (dog’s body partially censored)
Note: You can watch the original 5 minute video here.
Comments from Sina:
Do people who wear fur products know how they are made? It’s peeled off alive! Does anyone think this is cruel?
No matter what, just please treat animals well, okay? Don’t use the excuse that we are high-level animals so we can decide whether they live or die however we please. I imagine no one wants the one and only animal our children seen in their lives to be humans, right? If we continue to make this mistake, in the end, the ones we are harming are our descendants.
Seeing someone kill a living thing, my heart is especially uncomfortable [saddened]. Hope when they are being killed, they can find it in their hearts to forgive this bloodthirsty human race!
Actually, people these days are really such hypocrites, saying how sad it is when they see a dog die but when they see a person die, they all run far away. When an animal is hurt, they can spend money to get it medical treatment. When they see an elderly person who have fallen on the ground, they’ll dodge to a side. Treating animals well is a sign of people’s progress. Seeing a person get hurt yet refusing to do something is a sign of people’s regression.
Killing dogs or killing pigs is very normal. The news media these days have nothing better to do, and people [paying attention to this] have nothing better to do either.
Comments from KDS:
To be honest, China not suffering a 2012 would be the real disaster.
Someone is going to say, “How could Shanghainese be so cruel?”
This must be human flesh searched!
Waidi [non-locals, here non-Shanghainese] slaughtering and selling dog meat are even more frightening, a bunch of doggies all stuffed in cages, using tongs to pull out whichever one the customer sets their eyes on, beating their head with a metal club until it passes out and then drained of its blood from its neck, skinned, and gutted.
Have those who eat cow meat [beef], sheep meat [mutton], pig meat [pork] thought about it before? What about those who wear fur products and down products? Are dogs deserving of sympathy but not other animals? The animal kingdom has carnivores and herbivores, and this is just the embodiment of a worker from a slaughterhouse.
Very normal. Electricity bills jump 200% and there is no place to complain.
While killing a dog is [suddenly] a big deal.
[Note: Recently, many Shanghainese residents have noticed sharp increases in their electricity bills, with many suspecting that the electricity company is defrauding everyone. One woman shared the story of her boss's tenant, a foreigner, who saw his electricity bill jump from 1000 RMB per month to 5000 RMB. Many Shanghainese residents expressed hope that the foreigner will give their complaints against the electricity company more "force", encouraging him to appeal to Western media and his country's consulate/embassy.]
I won’t say anything, except to just watch your own dog, and not let it be captured or become a stray~
Certain hypocrites should go to the wet markets. How come you don’t go condemn those who kill chickens, ducks, and geese, those who kill fish and the link? How come you don’t go human flesh search them?
Do you wail at the sight of pig heads hung in front of the meat stalls?
Don’t take your personal preferences and impose them on others.
China has a tradition/history of eating dog meat.
For such a behavior to actually appear on the streets of Shanghai, what a tragedy [embarrassment].
The mistake was brazenly doing this on the street. Even though I too have a pet dog, I don’t actually think there is anything wrong [with this].
From a legal perspective, there is nothing to comment on, especially if this dog is indeed first died before the owner abandoned or handed it over to this person to handle, then that would even more normal. After all, a pet is considered property, and how the owner chooses to handle his property is the owner’s right.
Even if the entire world abandons you , at least you have me. 55555555 [crying sound] I want to cry just looking at this
Saw this image on weibo [Sina or QQ microblog].
I admit I cry easily…