Read­ers out­raged af­ter ears and tail are cut off of kit­ten

7 Days in Dubai - - COMUNNITY -

“Some­thing des­per­ately needs to be done. The daily cases of an­i­mal cru­elty are get­ting out of con­trol. Harsh pu­n­ish­ments are re­quired. An­i­mal abusers usu­ally go on to tor­ture hu­mans. Any­one who can do this to a de­fence­less an­i­mal is sick in the head.”

EMMA SCHLEGEL

“It is get­ting out of con­trol! Pun­ish­ment needs to be stronger and the law needs to be en­forced. You don’t have to be an an­i­mal lover to un­der­stand that this is wrong. Any­one who can do this to an an­i­mal with­out feel­ing any em­pa­thy is fully able to do that to an­other hu­man. Thank­fully cases have been re­ported by the news­pa­per now. Some­thing else needs to be done quickly.”

SANDRINE MUR­RAY

“The great­ness of a na­tion can be judged by the way its an­i­mals are treated. - Ma­hatma Gandhi.”

FRANCINE LF

“This is the time for the new law of a AED5000 fine to be fully en­forced. This per­son is a dan­ger not just to an­i­mals but to peo­ple es­pe­cially chil­dren. This may not be their first time.”

DANIELLA HOW

“Once again, height of cru­elty! Shame on our hu­man so­ci­ety.” BHUVANA

“The in­di­vid­ual/s who com­mit­ted this act are so ob­vi­ously lack­ing the most ba­sic lev­els of com­pas­sion and as such should not even be con­sid­ered to be hu­man. A 5000 dirham fine for acts of an­i­mal cru­elty is not enough of a de­ter­rent; a far more se­ri­ous pun­ish­ment is war­ranted.”

CON­NOLLY

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