Hyderabad Kitten death: HSI announces Rs. 50,000 reward for identifying perpetrator

Hyderabad: The  Humane Society International/India declared a reward of Rs. 50,000 to anyone who will provide information about an unidentified man who cruelly burnt a kitten alive in Hyderabad. 

In the earlier event,  Humane Society International/India received a video in which a man was seen burning a kitten alive which led to its death. The authority announced a reward of Rs. 50,000 to the one who will provide information to reach that criminal man.

“The kitten itself seems as though it was already weak because it does not attempt to run fast or be able to do anything other than make weak painful yowls, before dropping to the ground in a matter of seconds and taking its last, pain-filled breath,” the organisation said. 

“Some research has shown consistent patterns of animal cruelty among perpetrators of more common violence, including child abuse, spouse abuse and elder abuse. We must recognize that children who deliberately abuse animals or talk about animal abuse at home are crying out for help and need immediate attention,” HIS-India said. 

“That someone could set fire to a tiny helpless kitten, and burn it alive means humanity has failed its moral test. No person who can get away with doing this will stop just at this. How many animals, or humans, have suffered this fate at the hands of this person before, or will after, is unknown,” said Alokparna Sengupta, Managing Director of HIS- India. 

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