In order to teach her dog a lesson, a Indian woman killed eight puppies in front of a mother dog.
The news received hatred against the woman, from locals and even international observers.
According to a report from Relay Hero, an enraged woman got so angry at a stray dog which gave birth at her gate that she took all its eight puppies and killed them one by one by slamming their heads on the rocks – the hard thing was the poor mommy dog watched as the woman put the all puppies to death.
The saddened incident was took place in a town named Krishanagar in India, Relay Hero said in a report.
Ammu, the mother dog, was a stray who gave birth at the woman’s gate. Because there are already a lot of stray dogs in the area, and their number kept on increasing as expected of stray dogs.
The unnamed woman was angry that this mother dog had not only chosen her gate to give birth at but also because the dog had given birth too many puppies.
Because of the woman’s rage, she picked them one after the other, slamming their heads on the rocks while the puzzled mom watched.
We may think most mommy dogs would have bitten the woman over her actions but Ammu was probably shocked or just didn’t understand what this crazed human was doing.
Some onlookers said that Ammu looked worried as she nuzzled and nudged her babies as if trying to wake them up.
The report also said that some of the bystanders called the police but the puppies were all dead by the time the authorities arrived.
Meanwhile, the unnamed woman was taken to jail and could face up to 5 years in jail, if proven guilty.
One of the strong evidence against her was the CCTV footage from a nearby establishment, it was quite likely that she won’t be able to win the case – unless she pleads insanity.
Asked if what pushed her to kill the puppies, the woman readily answered that she had only wanted to “teach her a lesson”.
As expected, netizens were disappointed at the woman’s actions, saying that while Ammu is just a dog, she also has feelings and has the right to be a mother to her babies.