Cats and Birds Allegedly Killed in Violent Attacks Deserve Justice

Target: John Lee Ka-chiu, Chief Executive of Hong Kong

Goal: Ensure stringent penalties for perpetrators of violent attacks on animals.

Recent reports have shone a disturbing light on multiple occurrences of animal cruelty in Hong Kong. Law enforcement apprehended two individuals in separate instances; one involved a 68-year-old man allegedly hurling stones at an egret in Tsing Yi Promenade, incapacitating its ability to fly.

Another incident saw the arrest of a 74-year-old woman suspected of attacking pigeons near Fung Mat Road in Sai Wan. These incidents are not isolated. Earlier, a cat was discovered dead in North Point, hanging from a tree, rope tightly wound around its neck. Likewise, a hospital assistant was apprehended after two cats reportedly fell to their deaths from a public housing block.

This litany of animal cruelty cases represents a flagrant violation of both ethical principles and local laws. In Hong Kong, the act can result in up to three years of imprisonment and a fine of HK$200,000 (US$25,500). However, the issue transcends legal repercussions. These actions reflect an unsettling societal disregard for the well-being and dignity of living beings.

Addressing these heinous acts with due severity will send an unequivocal message: Animal cruelty stands in stark opposition to the principles of compassion, justice, and societal harmony that Hong Kong strives to uphold. Demand rigorous investigation to identify culprits, ascertain facts, and ensure appropriate punishments.


Dear John Lee Ka-chiu,

We express deep-rooted concern and anger concerning the rampant instances of animal cruelty unfolding across Hong Kong. Events involving the suspected attacks on birds and other creatures are deeply troubling.

We pray you, occupying the highest administrative position in Hong Kong, to sanction full-scale inquiries into these incidents. Resources must be marshaled to discern truth, attribute responsibility, and apply due consequences to offenders.

We, the concerned global community, insist upon swift, decisive measures to deter and penalize acts of animal cruelty. Such wanton violations must be met with the full force of justice, serving as a deterrent against future inhumanities.


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Photo credit: Tim Raack


  1. Believe me when I say this because I do my Bible study, but only a child of the devil could commit these type of acts against an animal or another human being.

    No child of God would ever even consider doing anything like this we fight for good we don’t commit evil Acts upon others and innocents.

    John 8:44

    “Ye are of your father the devil, and the lusts of your father ye will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and abode not in the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh of his own: for he is a liar, and the father of it.”

    Genesis 3:15

    “And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.”

    King James Version (KJV)

    God was not Cain’s father he was of his father the devil and his whole lineage is of their father the it goes down in line/lineage to today and these are the people that do horrible things not God’s people it’s all in your Bible.

  2. This is enraging and appalling to the extreme. The law should be completely enforced. Animals suffer horrific cruelty at the hands of sadistic individuals. These perpetrators must be charged and sentenced accordingly. They are evil and dangerous!

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