Skip to comments.Saudi Hacks Off Cat's Tail for Damaging Car Fan
Posted on 06/15/2012 9:49:36 AM PDT by nickcarraway
A Saudi man grabbed a little cat by its tail, leaned it against a wall and used an ax to cut off its tail, accusing it of damaging his car fan.
Saudi newspapers said the first blow failed to sever the tail, prompting the unknown man to hit the cat again and again until its tail fell off its body.
The man kept hitting the cat which was writing in pain and mewing loudly after the tail was separated from its body, the man let the cat go, Sharq daily said.
The paper published a 25-second film on the incident but U-Tube said it had been removed because its contents violated its terms of service.
It quoted the unknown Saudi man as sarcastically telling the cat :The one who breaks my car fan should have its tail broken.
This will make major worldwide news while people yawn at the mere mention of abortion.
—This will make major worldwide news while people yawn at the mere mention of abortion.—
BTW, I hope he was wearing thick leather gloves. Kitten claws are like knives.
I never knew cats could write, not to mention writing in pain....
All he has to do is claim he thought it was a Christian cat and all will be well.
If Islamic law is just, they will place this Saudi’s rear end in a giant Veg-a-matic set to “Shred”.
What does he mean by ‘car fan’ and how can a cat break it?
I had a cat lose it's tail in a fan belt after sleeping in the engine compartment and i started the car to go to work the next morning. But I never thought about blaming the cat. I just took him to the vet and had him stitched up. Renamed him 'detail' after that.
The bible was right about calling them wild asses.
One would wonder if the muslim man yelled out “allah akbar”!! Making it an islamic act.
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