Cruelty continues: Dogs beaten mercilessly in Amritsar, Mohali, Rajkot, Ambala

9 JUN 2021 — 

Why is cruelty against man's best friend increasing in India???? Not a day goes by when a dog is not beaten, tortured and abused in India. Rather several dogs abused in a single day. 

A horrific video has gone viral where a man is seen beating a sleeping dog in the farms. This incident has taken place in a village in Amritsar, Punjab. The reporter in this case is frustrated with the Indian Govt's lack of will to do anything for these voiceless souls. It's high time the Govt made stricter animal laws. Kindly go on the link below to see the act of barbarism:

A man can be seen ruthlessly beating a dog who has hidden himself under a car. This is the height of cruelty. It seems the perpetrator was enjoying the painful scream of the dog. Because he went to beat the dog the second time as he didn't seem satisfied beating the poor soul the first time. This horrible incident has taken place in Mohali, Punjab

Few people in Rajkot, Gujarat tried to kill a dog (pic in the post). The dog seems half dead already. Don't know if he will survive.

A small puppy has been beaten by some insane cruel person. Kindly go on the link below to see how the puppy is suffering post attack:

A man in Ambala, Haryana is seen beating a dog with a stick.

Beating dogs is a very common sight in India. Whether it be villages or cities cruelties against the man's best friend is all over. Right from the uneducated to the most educated, they are all busy killing dogs and torturing them. It seems India which had a glorious past of tolerance and compassion is now turning into an intolerant and a barbaric state. 

Man killed in Calcutta for opposing cruelty against the stray; Dog mercilessly beaten in Chandigarh

A car driver who was an animal lover and a caregiver was killed by two men when he stopped them from pelting stones at stray dogs in Calcutta, West Bengal (pic in the post)  The two cruel and insane men were badly offended when they were stopped from abusing and torturing the dogs.and in rage they punched the car driver. And the driver then died of cardiac arrest. Imagine this is the kind of lawlessness and cruelty which is prevailing in some parts of India. Men killing men.

In another incident which took place in Punjab a dog was beaten mercilessly with a stick. The dog is badly injured. Luckily the case has been taken up by a lawyer. Kindly go on the link below to see the cruelty with which the dog was beaten:

West Bengal chief Minister 


Cruelty against dogs continues in India; Municipal workers of Parbhani turn into devils

It seems we Indians deserve covid. Just watch the video at the given link and all doubts about corona as to why India is so badly hit by it will disappear.

This inhuman and cruel act is of Nagpur, Maharashtra

If the above video was not enough. Watch another video given below:

The men catching the dog are municipal workers from Parbhani municipal corporation, Maharashtra. They are catching dogs in the name of sterilization and then dumping them like a piece of trash at some remote place. Not just dumping they seem to be kiling the dogs too.  Had the brave boy not intervened and taken the video the municipal workers would have crushed the dog with iron shutter. It seems the men were enjoying their act of cruelty. The dog yelling and begging for his life and the ruthless, heartless men enjoying killing him. The dog would have died had the reporters not interfered. But who knows these men may have killed the dogs a remote area.....that's how ABC program is being run.....disgusting and shameful.

Today it seems every covid patient is like these poor helpless animals begging for life. And the cruel men are corona virus who has no sympathy and no mercy. 

In another incident some human devils broke the spine of a dog and then threw him in a drain in Jamshedpur. Fortunately the dog was rescued.

This is another case where a dog has a broken spine. Someone has broken it.

In another incident few men beat two dogs with wooden sticks. One was a blind dog and another an old dog. One of them seems to have died. This incident took place in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

A pet dog (German Shepherd) is being treated in the most ruthless and cruel manner by its owner in Delhi. Watch the video to see the plight of the dog


Chief Minister of Maharashtra


Parbhani Municipal Corporation 


Launch of lovely website to help people cope with the loss of their fur babies

Dr Kuhu Roy has started a great initiative and launched a website to help people who feel the great loss of their fur kids. Unfortunately, people in this country don't take pets to be at par as children and don't realise that the ones who are facing their loss are going through great trauma. They will feel cornered and distanced from society and at this time a website like this is a great initiative to help such lost souls find some semblance of normalcy. please visit the website .

Kitten swirled in air; Dog beaten; Dog walks 5 kilometre to say goodbye to Jain Monk

7 MAY 2021 — 

A very friendly dog was beaten by a drunk man which caused fracture to one of his limbs. Luckily the dog got medical aid but not all dogs are as lucky as this one. Kindly go on the link below to watch the dog:

Just to derive sadistic pleasure a boy put a kitten in a bag and swirled the bag several times in the air and then threw the kitten on the floor. Just watch the video to see the trauma of the small cat.

The reporter has requested not to share the video till the culprit is caught. 

No wonder many today in India are struggling to breath after being infected by corona. Cruelty by humans is nothing less than corona for these voiceless, helpless animals. They too struggle to survive. No life is less precious than human life and every life on this planet has equal right to live. Our ancestors believed in this truth and practiced this as well but unfortunately the present generation has forgotten it. 

Jainism was founded by Lord Mahavira. A religion which believes in total ahimsa. Jainism believes that every living organism has a right to life. While most of us may not think twice before killing a mosquito, insect or an ant but a true Jaini won't. Ofcourse in this Kalyug such Jainis are hard to find but one such Jaini did live in Surat, Gujarat. And this was validated by her dog.

The female monk was 100 year old when  she died in Surat, Gujarat. People took out her procession to perform her last rites which was a five kilometre walk. Surprisingly the monk's dog walked along with the procession and stayed with the the rest of the people till the monk's last rites were performed (pic in the post).

They say dog's can see the dead and they have a very strong sixth sense by which they can sense any kind of danger or evil which might put the life of their owner in danger. They have the power to ward off evil. 

Unfortunately we Indians are busy killing these poor souls. The ones who could protect us are unfortunately being destroyed by us.