A man in China is being investigated after he tortured a cat to death and then fed it feces


Chinese authorities have launched an investigation into a video attack on a man suspected of abusing a adopted cat to death and sharing the act on social media.

of an incident has occurred On February 25, a group of six people surrounded an animal cruelty suspect in a commercial square after being tipped off by an individual overseas.

After hurling insults at the man, the group reportedly took him to another location, where they kicked him, slapped him in the face, and made him confess to the act. It is said that he smeared feces on the fox and forcefully ingested it.

The group did not specify the origin of the faeces, but Weibo user They claimed it was human excrement.

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a video of act of violence was shared on Chinese social media and circulated widely. Lee reportedly admitted to killing five cats in the video.

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Li, who works in an office in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, was reportedly identified by an unnamed individual who saw his video.

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After learning that the man was planning to adopt another kitten, an unidentified overseas individual quickly notified cat lovers across China, leading to Lee being hunted.

of statement On Tuesday, the joint investigation team of the Wu Jung District police said it had launched an investigation into the incident.

Authorities said that besides Li, those involved in the incident would be dealt with accordingly.

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It is unclear who the attackers are, but some Chinese social media users speculate that they are part of the Suzhou Small Animal Rescue Volunteer Association (SSAPA).

However, the organization quickly dispelled the rumors online.talk Hong Sing Sing WenSSAPA Spokesperson denied involvement of their group at the incident. SSAPA also posted on Weibo that he would never do such extreme things..

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