A corgi was killed on the streets of Shanghai for fear of spreading Covid-19, in another pandemic-related pet killing that has sparked outrage in China.
In graphic videos and photos widely shared on social media, the animal chases a van before being killed by a man dressed in full PPE using a shovel. On the Twitter-like platform Weibo, the hashtag “Shanghai corgi” has been viewed more than 52 million times.
The man was initially thought to be an epidemic prevention worker, but was later identified as a porter working on a residential complex in the Pudong New Area, where corgien owners lived. by Radio Free Asia.
According to the business, the guard said he killed the dog for fear it could spread Covid-19 as its owners were tested positive for the disease. “We have not thought thoroughly about this,” said an unnamed representative of the neighborhood committee, adding that compensation would be paid to the owners.
According to South China Morning Post, the dog’s owners tested positive for Covid-19 and were driven to a quarantine center in the van. The store said the owners decided to let the corgi go free because they were worried the dog could starve if left at home.
The Corgis ran after their owners for a while, but when the van left, the guard on guard took a shovel and struck the dog three times and killed it instantly. Corgien’s howls can be heard in the video.
“The man is a monster. He wants to fight Covid, but who gave him the right to kill an innocent life?” one Weibo user commented.
It is also not the first time that pets have been killed due to Covid-19 fears.
Last month, a pet Samoyed named Snowball was brutally beaten with sticks of PPE-clad Covid-19 workers in Huizhou city of Guangdong province. IN November last yearsaid a woman in the city of Shangrao in Jiangxi province that city workers entered her home and killed her dog.
A pet corgi was killed on the street with a shovel in Shanghai for fear of spreading Covid-19
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