The difference between humans and dogs is this – if one out of 100 street dogs bites a human, the human will kill them all, but if one out of 100 humans hits a dog, the dog will still love all the humans.
We’ve innumerable cases of cruel people torturing innocent animals. Earlier this year, a man who was later identified as a medical student, threw a dog off the building. In another instance, gold coins were distributed as a reward for culling dogs in Kerala.
Adding one more to the brutal list, 4 teenagers kidnapped a dog and tortured him.
“This was the most disturbing case I have ever dealt with – by an absolute mile,” Caroline Doe, an RSPCA inspector, told Honest To Paws.
They fed Chunky, the dog, drugs, kicked him, punched him, broke his neck before dumping him.
“These youths admitted feeding Chunky drugs, kicking and punching him, and wringing and breaking his neck before dumping him.”
“They also said they set fire to his face and eyes after lighting a deodorant aerosol can. ”
All of this took place last year, however, it has just gotten attention from the media. The dog, Chunky, has inspired so many people around the world to take a stand against animal cruelty.
News Source: India Times