Protest Horrific Domestic Camel Abuse


Target: Cui Tiankai, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China

Goal: Demand protection for domestic camels in China

Pictures recently surfaced on Sina Weibo, China’s version of Twitter, showing a camel without limbs tied to two men begging for money. The limbs of the camel appeared to be mutilated and caused a backlash over concern that the two men had deliberately mutilated the camel to gain sympathy and therefore make more money from the public.

The men were begging in Fuzhou in Southeast China, where they tell the police that they rescued the camel after it was run over by a train. The police do not buy this story, and it makes no sense that two men who are resorting to begging would take on the challenge of healing a hurt camel. The police think it is more likely that the men deliberately mutilated the camel in order to make more money. After all camels do for humans in China and around the world, this abuse is outrageous and should not be tolerated.

In China, wild camels are protected by the law, but this camel was a domestic Bactrian camel, which is under no such protection. Since domestic camels are not protected in China, local law enforcement can do little more than make the beggars leave. The beggars will simply move and find a different area in which to pander.

The idea that someone could mutilate a camel to make money is appalling, and we should take action before more beggars begin resorting to mutilating the domestic camel to make more money. Please sign the petition below to urge China to establish better protection for domestic camels.


Dear Ambassador Tiankai,

Recently, pictures surfaced on social media showing a mutilated camel being exploited by two beggars in Fuzhou, China. I am deeply concerned over these recent pictures, and I think it is wrong to let this abuse continue without repercussions for the cruel humans responsible. If action is not taken, I am worried that more beggars will begin resorting to mutilating the domestic camel to make money.

Since the domestic camel is not protected under Chinese law, all the police can do is force the beggars to leave the area. This solves nothing because the beggar will simply continue his abuse in a different location. I urge you to intervene and put a stop to further camel abuse by enacting laws to better protect this vulnerable species.


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  1. Two men had deliberately mutilated the camel to gain sympathy and therefore make more money from the public?????

  2. ELENA REYES says:

    Animal cruelty is a crime !,

  3. Just give me 5 minutes with these scumbags!!!!!!

  4. This is horrific — such unconscionable abuse — these men should be taken off the streets, arrested! Think of the camels & their suffering … animals must be, need to be protected — animals are the weak, the vulnerable, the voiceless, the innocent — these are the members of society who MUST be protected! Horrific, savage, cruel, acts should NEVER be accepted by any society! Where are the morals?!

  5. Patricia Dumais says:

    China has a lot of catching up to do when it comes to animal welfare but an attitude of disdain towards the Chinese will not help things. Let’s not forget that Westerners too are sometimes responsible for terrible atrocities towards animals. It is a global problem — lets all denounce the perpetrators but leave aside racism.

  6. I hope these scum die in the slowest, most painful and undignified way imaginable. And it still wouldn’t come close to what THAT country does to animals.

  7. Charlie Bond says:

    split-eye bastards again! There in China they are MAD and must be terminated !!

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