ILLNESS footage appears to show cops in Shanghai stuffing dozens of live cats into sacks for slaughter amid the world’s toughest lockdown.
The harrowing clip shows nine large garbage bags placed on the side of the road as the cats move about inside.
The disturbing video was shared on Twitter with the caption: “26 million people in lockdown in Shanghai.
“People are committing suicide from their balconies and pets of people who have tested positive for #Covid are being collected to be killed and slaughtered in #Shanghai / #China. This is pure evil!”
It’s coming like earlier this week a pet corgi was filmed being beaten was put to death by a healthcare worker after its owner tested positive for Covid.
Shanghai’s 26 million residents have been in an extremely strict lockdown for over five weeks, which Chinese authorities are justifying to bring the city’s Covid cases under control.
China’s most populous city reported a record number of positive cases on Saturday, and other areas across China tightened controls while the country maintained its zero-Covid approach.
Shanghai is struggling to contain the outbreak as more than 20,000 Covid cases are reported daily for at least 10 days.
Most of the city’s residents are trapped in their homes, with terrifying footage ordinary citizens who spontaneously scream out of desperation after being forbidden to leave their homes for over a week.
Under China’s draconian Covid rulesAnyone found positive – even if they are asymptomatic or have a mild infection – must be isolated from uninfected people.
Earlier this week terrible shots showed police officers in hazmat suits dragging a man from his apartment in Shanghai.
In video filmed from a nearby building, the man returns to his balcony to escape before appearing to be tripped by some form of stun gun.
That Cruel zero covid policy shook the city to the core, sparking panic, fear and outrage among horrified residents.
In a shocking video that went viral on Chinese social media, attack starving shoppers a supermarket in Shanghai.
And deafening images showed children screaming their heads off after they did forcibly removed kept by their parents and in cages.
Meanwhile, drones fly over buildings, telling residents to “control their soul’s desire for freedom,” reports the South China tomorrow post.
On Wednesday, President Xi Jinping said “prevention and control work cannot be relaxed,” suggesting the city still has a long way to go before the measures are lifted.
Diplomats from more than 30 countries have written to the Chinese Foreign Ministry demanding an immediate end to the brutal policy.
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