I grew up in rural NWPA, surrounded in forest. I took an early interest in cryprozoology and sharks and have read many books on various crypto subjects such as Bigfoot and Megalodon over the years. I am not a professional writer or a journalist, but I do the best I can. I have a quirky, obscurely dry and sometimes sarcastic sense of humor than can get me in trouble. Some love me and some hate me, but I am who I am.

A report is coming out of Hong Kong of a very disturbing incident.

It is alleged that while being guided to certain slaughterhouse death, a bull decided it hadn’t lived out it’s full potential. The bull in question knelt down and began to cry as workers struggled to try and get the animal to move. What happens next may surprise you.

Here’s the story with photo out of Weird Asia News:

The Bull Who Wept for Its Life

Animals have feelings too. This is what this next story is telling us — if proven real.

A bull in Hong Kong was reported to cry and somewhat beg for his life.

Workers in a slaughterhouse were surprised when the bull suddenly knelt and cried before it was ushered into the slaughterhouse.

Shiu, one of the workers, said that he trembled when he saw the bull’s teary eyes.

They continued trying to pull the bull inside, but failed. The crying bull just would not budge!

The workers were moved and decided to gather funds to purchase the bull and give it to monks, who would take care of it.

According to the slaughterhouse workers, when they decided not to kill the bull, the creature stood up and followed them.

Hmm! What do you guys think — real or fake?

As I read the story, I was tempted to let it go, however, most of the stories I have drawn from that site have been accurate and true. With that in mind, this story has a chance of being somewhat on the up and up. It’s possible that the workers were assuming what they thought was the bull begging for it’s life when in fact, there could have been something entirely different happening.

Superstition is rampant in many areas of the world and may have played a role here. Then again, someone could have just photographed a bull with an eye irritation and made the whole dastardly story up.

We may never know the truth with this one. I just hope the other cows don’t catch on, or this may interfere with my dinner in the future.

Thanks to the always interesting Wierd Asia News for this bull story.

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  • All beings Tremble before violence. All fear death, all love life. See yourself in others. Then whom can you hurt? -Buddha
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  • My first comment just has to be smart ass,

    Maybe it heard about Kim Jong Il’s death.

    Okay that is out of the way. Some days I have trouble justifying not becoming a vegetarian. Fish are becoming too toxic to eat, Chickens are being so manipulated that in my lifetime they will probably become a new species. My wife currently owns two horses that were saved from very likely being illegally sent to Japan for meat. I try to have a respect for all life, even if that means a merciful death and I know that slaughter houses are just factories. I need to look into a diet that provides a 6′ 4″ 260 lb guy with a filling and satisfying day to day meal.

  • Valkyrie13

    After googling images for ‘cow eye infection’–yuck– I’m done trying to debunk this one. But so sad. I was a vegetarian, almost vegan, for a really long time and I hate killing anything.

  • Valkyrie13

    I agree Henry, the food industry is so scary and so messed up. Wheat is no longer wheat, hormones in way too many things, chemicals galore. The world can’t continue this way.

  • The Oshmar

    Sad thing is, if it went back to the old ways the deaths among humans would be horrendous. It’s going to get worse as time goes on because humans don’t know when to stop breeding.

  • Valkyrie13

    That too. I think the only way to remedy all this is to find another planet or dimension for a good portion of the earth’s population to live on.

  • If they set up a HAARP station right above CERN and it gets struck by a meteor…

  • Valkyrie13


  • Scott_McMan

    I have to agree with everyone that food is no longer food. In my fathers day, they grew their own vegetables, hunted their meat and canned both for the winter.

    One thing my father instilled in me for hunting is to only shoot if you have a clear shot that you know will kill instantly. He also taught me to respect wildlife and if I was going to hunt, I’d better make use of as much of the animal as possible. There was no trophy hunting for the sake of the trophy in my house.

    These days, everything is processed and as Henry said, polluted. It’s a sad commentary for us as a people.

  • Dung Shooken

    Here’s how this story would have actually happened:

    “They continued trying to pull the bull inside, but failed. The crying bull just would not budge! So they retrieved a bolt gun and dispatched the stubborn animal right there on the spot. Problem solved!”

  • OD

    ” I just hope the other cows don’t catch on, or this may interfere with my dinner in the future.” Cold hearted thing to say. One thing is to carry on, without knowing. But after it is revealed as something different, to carry on is satanic.

  • Peter Upton

    Insensitivity to others, human or other animal may at times be a useful quality, but it also delivers much horror and sadness.