The squirrels here also behave this way when their siblings are killed by cars.
animal cruelty exists everywhere and these people obviously don't know jack shit about animals. ya know that ferret was very brave and did that.
but the photographer is a jerk. He/she/IT could have stepped in to do something.
I once saw a man abusing his dog here in Beijing and it were not for my 6'2" German friend, I would have probably been arrested for beating the crap out of the guy. My friend stopped me.
I don't know what it is, but when I see people mistreating their own animals I lose control, my body shakes, I sweat, feel sick to my stomach and have universal rage.
It also happened in my hometown once. and its not a pretty sight when I get my hands on them.
I am not violent but man....when I see this type of treatment of animals by humans all i can say is that people are fucking stupid for doing it.
That had totally ruined my Saturday ... those two can go to hell for all I care, but, as said in the caption, what was the people who took the photos doing? Out of stupid curiosity?
Again, the "quality" of people is about education, including family, school and personal learning experience ... but equally, if that man (or anyone else for that matter) had been well fed better off and has a heart, and dont care about making a yuan out of the poor little thing, this would have been a different story ...
my sister rescues ferrest and has done so for 20 years. if she saw it she would really be upset.
D'awwwww *cue erhu music*
How many of the people upstairs wear leather and eat meat?
But cow's aren't cute. I would support it if their raising and slaughter were outlawed anyway.
A lot of people don't understand that living things are alive. They're not evil, just... heartless.
fuck you! cows are adorable as fuck.
Hahahaha ... that's what I missed for being away for one day?
Ans: I do ... I have one leather jacket, and I eat meat ... and if anyone would like to ask, I dont often think about "where" the food (or clothes) came from when I am eating (or wearing) them ...