Saturday, June 9, 2018

Haha .....Today , Animals Have More Rights Than Human Beings!

Haha ..... chasing a cat and throwing a shoe at it  cost someone 2000 ringgit  in fine for committing cruelty to an animal.

I could see that coming since a dog bit a woman to death at Taman Tun years ago and animal lovers were all clamouring and climbing over each other to defend the poor dog!

Bolehland can now honestly claim to have become a first world nation! It is not a mean achievement. Tahniah! After all, Bolehland has so little to cheer for!

Now we should also fine the butchers for brutality to animals. Remember, cows are considered to be holy animals to those of Hindu faith.

If we could fine someone for chasing after and throwing a shoe at a cat which is not considered holy in any sense, we should come down harder against acts of cruelty to cows.

And we could go one step further!

We swat not at mosquitoes or flies! These too have the right to life and not be put to cruelty just as much as a cat has or a dog has.

Haha.... Now, when a cat or dog bites you, just kowtow and say merci merci! monsieur and madam mo si, thou art truly my lords and ladies!

Merci merci!

Hahaha....today, cats and dogs are kings and queens!                                                                                                   
Truly, we have arrived!

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