THIS is the horrifying moment a thug beats a terrified cat before violently throwing it on the bed while laughing.
The distressing footage was released by the RSPCA after it was shared on Snapchat in hopes of catching the sick abuser.
In the video the unidentified man grabs the grey and white cat by the scruff of its neck before lowering it to the floor and smacking its face with his hand.
Then the helpless feline endures three hard slaps across the head, which can be heard in the clip.
Next the cat is thrown onto the bed with such force it bounces up as it then cries out and tries to hide in the corner.
The man who abused the cat and the one who filmed the attack are heard cackling.
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The disturbing video was shared on Snapchat and posted under the username “the nyah Way”.
A member of the public from West Mids. saw the footage on May 25, was able to secure it and reported it to the RSPCA.
RSPCA Inspector Boris Lasserre has now launched an investigation to identify the cat abuser and the man who videoed the sick attack.
Mr Lasserre said: “We are appealing to the wider public to see if anyone can recognise the person subjecting the cat to this deliberate and violent beating and also the man who is filming this sick attack.
“This is shocking behaviour and totally unacceptable. It is quite clear from the video that the cat is terrified even before it receives the repeated blows and is violently thrown down onto the bed.
“We are appealing to anyone who may recognise something on this video to please come forward: it may be that they know the person, the cat, the room or the Snapchat username which posted the video – ‘the nyah Way’.
“It may be friends, family, or even the parents who may not be aware that the family pet is being subjected to such gratuitous brutality.
“I have a specific set of questions for these individuals when they are found.
“The laughing from both of them throughout the attack shows they have a very worrying lack of humanity and empathy for the suffering of a living creature.”
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“We are keen to identify the individual filming and the individual subjecting the cat the beating.
“We are now hoping the general public can help provide us with the information we need to bring those responsible to justice.”
Anyone with information about this is asked to call the RSPCA appeals line on 0300 123 8018.
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