Let’s get down to it – some human beings are just sick to the core.
As a sickening video of an individual setting a kitten on fire goes viral on social media, activists from the Persatuan Haiwan Malaysia – Malaysia Animal Association is offering an RM10k bounty for anyone willing to step up and provide vital information on the incident.
To give you an idea of how brutal the killing was, here is a video of the incident. We would like to warn you that the video is sensitive in nature, so viewer discretion is advised.
Seriously, WTF dude!
The video began with the individual covering the kitty with fuel and the man proceeded to light the cat up with a lighter.
The rest? Well, it tried to find a source of water to stop the fire but to no avail.
Wanting justice to be served, the organisation in question took to social media divulging members of the public with a sizeable bounty to weed the culprit out.
Upping the bounty from RM3,000 to RM10,000, the group mentioned that the incident is said to have taken place in Pahang.
Spreading the message that it is up to everyone to battle animal cruelty, netizens have responded in 10 folds spreading the message on various social media platforms like Twitter.
Let’s hope that the perp who did it is found and be brought to justice!
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