Thai monk punishes dog for killing cat

Last Updated: Monday, May 13, 2013 - 15:15

Bangkok: In an unusual punishment, the abbot of a popular temple in Thailand penalised a dog that killed a kitten, by hanging the dead cat around its neck, drawing angry reactions from netizens.

A monk at the temple in Mukdahan province told reporters that the dog, which was raised there, bit one of the kittens to death when the monks were collecting alms one morning.

To teach the dog a lesson, abbot Phra Thong decided to hang the dead kitten around the dog`s neck, using a piece of the monk`s robe.

The unusual punishment imposed by the abbot of Wat Sri Boon Ruang has astonished people visiting the temple and internet dwellers, and negative comments poured in through various social media platforms.

Phra believed that this punishment would stop the dog from attacking other cats again, he said to the `Bangkok Post`. Phra said that he had punished other dogs in similar fashion and it had worked before.


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First Published: Monday, May 13, 2013 - 15:15

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