Some people would not think twice before doing a bad thing just because it makes them feel powerful, and animals are often the victims of such behaviors.
Mistreatment of animals should never be tolerated, but unfortunately, animal abusers are often able to get away with it.
In China, there are no laws that protect abused animals, and such violence is widespread. Stray dogs are sometimes grabbed off the street and thrown into dog fights. A person who harms a dog or another animal in China can only be prosecuted for damaging property if the animal belongs to somebody.
However, karma does not forget, and every once in a while, it pays them a visit.
China Central Television (CCTV) reported that after the motorist rudely kicked a stray dog in a parking lot in the city of Shijiazhuang, the offended pup didn’t resort to violence against him.
The stray dog left the place, and the man parked his car, but it returned soon to give him a taste of his own medicine, and this time, it was not alone, but with a pack of his friends.
The dogs didn’t attack the man, but his car, and probably a passerby photographed it all. What amazed most was that the dogs were very methodical when destroying the car.
The dogs were so smart that they even left one of them as a lookout to make sure that nobody was coming.
It was reported that the vengeance-seeking vigilante dogs chewed on the frame of the car and the windshield wipers.
It’s believed the man kicked the dog outside of his home, but many disapprove his violence, as he could simply honk his horn or shoo the dog away.
It is unclear when the incident took place, or how the man reacted upon finding his dog-bitten car. Yet, it must have been frustrating to see his car damaged, but we believe he has learned a valuable lesson.
The photos of the event became a real delight online, and most people were on the dog’s side, hardly condemning of the animals’ actions.
When a man kicks these dog’s friends, they set out to destroy his car https://t.co/LZvqCT2zre pic.twitter.com/X5WQBJE3Ed
— The Dodo (@dodo) December 13, 2015