A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Animals

Letters | Hong Kong must not let animal cruelty go unpunished

  • An investigation into a case that saw 30 pets thrown from a high-rise building ended with no prosecution
  • There needs to be a community-wide approach to deterring such acts

Topic |   Animals
A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
A protester wears a dog helmet as demonstrators raise concerns about animal abuse, at a mass rally from Central to the government headquarters in Admiralty in May 2019. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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