By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. A new documentary series arrived on Netflix Wednesday morning and it already looks to be one of the streaming service's most divisive hits. It's a horrible tragedy that these things took place, but the Netflix doc is hoping to put the attention on those who tried to put a stop to the evil.

Still, because of its subject matter, it's causing a lot of strong reactions online. There are some users who are already obsessed with the new series, saying they binged it in just one sitting. There's something about bringing a horrible person to justice that has gripped documentary fans.

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However, those new lovers of the series are just one part of the conversation. On the other side, there are folks who argue that that the show shouldn't exist at all, because the killer did what he did for attention and this series is giving it to him.

On top of that, seeing footage of a cat murderer can be triggering for anyone. So terrifyingly dark! The guy killed for notoriety and this is giving it to him. Forcing that on your customers is a really shitty move. Thanks for the nightmares I'm going to have, assholes.

Remember me on this device Login. Register - Forgot Password. Popular Arrow. Movies Arrow. TV Arrow. Comics Arrow. Community Arrow. Search Search Close Search. Comments 1.I'm sure she'll demand an investigation into why police didn't first try throwing treats, then try pepper spray, then a taser, then a catch pole, then let themselves be mauled next, and only then shoot but not to kill. She'll try to rehome it to some family 'with only older children'.

Post a Comment. Cape Town - A video of a man being mauled to death by two pit bulls has gone viral on social media. Kayster was rushed to hospital, but died later on Monday night. Some residents in Lotus River claim Kayster was a known thief, who had been trying to break into the house in First Avenue while the owners were away. However, his distraught family says the year-old drug addict was merely looking for scrap when the dogs attacked him and ripped out his throat.

Another video has caused a stir on social media, this time showing a man being mauled by two pit-bulls. Police can also be seen intervening, shooting one of the animals before community members try to save the victim. The video shows Kayster being attacked by a white, pregnant pitbull and a brown male pitbull. The animals are relentless, regardless of the community trying to get the dogs off Kayster.

At one point, one pitbull has Kayster by the throat. Hosh, daai man is klaar. Oh no, that man is finished. Kayster was rushed to hospital after the attack, but died later on Monday night. They believe he was looking for scrap. The police shot the one dog but why is the other one still allowed to stay there?

The family want the other dog to be put down. The owners were not home and have not given comment. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom.Jaw-dropping footage shows the poor creature sitting beneath a car, the side of his head crawling with maggots. The person filming reportedly spotted the cat in his yard in the Ocho Rios area of Jamaica on Tuesday.

But there's no happy ending for this cat, according to online sources, who are still trying to track it down. By Michael Havis. Please see our Privacy Notice for more information on how we use your data and your data protection rights.

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The shocking video clip shows two women and one man playing the cruel trick on the cat at home in western Russia. Then they force the poor moggy, known as Sonya, into the tumble dryer. They place the cat in the dryer, bring it out as they laugh, then throw it back into the dryer for a second cycle.

After retrieving the cat for a second time, the poor animal is so disorientated it is shown walking in small circles, completely dazed. The trio's cruel prank was discovered after they posted the video on Alyona's social media account, VK. Sonya has now been placed in a shelter and is waiting to be placed in a new home. Skip to content. They are seen talking about how to dry a cat after it had just been washed.

One of the women, Alyona Ershova says they could put the cat on a "six-minute cycle". Most Read. Oz forced to explain Fox News comments about sending kids back to school even if some die. Homeless man stabs woman on Queens subway platform. Latest World. Australian mayor caught boozing in public despite coronavirus lockdown.

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It flails around so much, two strong men have to hold on to the lid. At least 10 million dogs — many of which are stolen family pets — are killed for their meat every year in China, according to campaigners.

She says — although the exact history of the dog is unknown — the greyhound in the video was probably once a racing dog and could be originally from Ireland. A British-based animal-rights group has uncovered a disturbing transportation network originating in Ireland and ending up in the Far East.

The cruelty of this video to Western eyes stems from the beliefs of a very different culture to ours. But campaigners are angry about the cruelty exhibited in the shocking video shot in Shijiazhuang. But animal rights campaigners believe a large number are stolen pets sold on the black market — some with collars still attached.

Because of this traders deliberately kill animals in the most painful way possible to fill their bodies with adrenaline. Sometimes animals are tied down or have their leg tendons slashed to prevent them from running away.

It is also seen as a boost to the male libido. The video was discovered by the charity on a Chinese multimedia website last month, but it is not known who took the video or when exactly it was filmed. The sick boiling video is the latest in a string of shocking animal cruelty cases to emerge from China. Another video from China posted in January this year showed a dog being cooked alive in a boiling wok as it tried to scramble out, and another distressing video showed a fully conscious dog being blow torched to scrape its fur away as it tries to escape.

But the country has no animal cruelty laws, meaning people can torture dogs without fear of punishment. In Chinese zoos crowds gather to watch live animals, including cows, goats and chickens, being fed to lions and tigers.

One investigation found baby monkeys and bears were chained by their necks to walls from birth. The shackles forced the animals to stand on their hinds legs for hours on end - enabling them to perform standing tricks. The trade is also active in Africa, particularly Nigeria, although in many countries pets are only eaten as a last resort before starvation.This poor cat was turned into soup and has now sparked a fresh debate about the practice [CEN].

China officially frowns on the process of eating cats but it is estimated around four million of the animals are eaten in the country each year. Inlegislation was drafted to make the eating of cats and dogs illegal with jail sentences of up to 15 days for offenders.

But privately, officials admit the number of cats being eaten is rising each year and the matter has been quietly ignored.

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The woman has now sparked a national debate after posting her culinary creation on Chinese social media. The soup. Around four million cats are estimated to be killed for food each year [CEN].


The images were posted on Li Jinbang's own page on the Chinese version of Twitter called weibo, and quickly went viral before she deleted them. She then posted snaps saying how she had boiled the cat before stripping off the fur and cutting it into pieces for the soup. She later tried to defend herself by saying that the cat, which appeared perfectly healthy in other photos, had actually been injured in a car accident and she was doing it a favour by putting it out of its misery.

Li said: "It was a perfectly lawful killing and I killed the cat and ate it without doing anything illegal. The woman said she killed the cat after it was hurt in a road accident [CEN]. The woman lives in the Guangdong province, in southeast China, which is famous for its exotic eating habits. By contrast, most people in northern China regard the practice of killing and eating cats as unacceptable.

Overseas visitors to China rarely come across cooked cat, as it is mainly the fringe areas in cities and rural areas where it seems to be popular. Cat meat is also used in the traditional "dragon, tiger, phoenix" dish where the dragon is snake meat, the tiger is cat and the Phoenix chicken. It is especially popular as a dish for cleansing the body. The remains of the pet cat.

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Initially the girl had written simply: "Hey look, I managed to catch a tiger and ate it. The year-old was bombarded with emails, including hate messages. Most parts of the cat seem to be suitable, although the head is something which is rarely used.The appalling clip shows the kitten running for its life after a woman strikes a match on the animal's back.

A sickening video shows the moment a vile woman sets fire to a kitten - after dousing its back in gasoline. The shocking mobile phone footage appears to show the woman laughing as she pours the thick brown liquid over the cat's fur. She then takes out a packet of matches and strikes a flame before throwing it onto the kitten's back - in full view of a small child.

After the first flame quickly dies out, the woman lights another match and places it on the animal's back, laughing as the fur begins to smoke.

Eventually, the kitten appears to escape into a nearby garage but the extent of its injuries after the brutal gasoline attack are not clear.

The video was uploaded to the social networking page of Mikiss Garcia, although it is unclear whether the person behind the social media profile was actually involved in the video.

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