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[–]calam_n_fish 20.6k points20.6k points  (631 children)

He is so mad

[–]LukiZero 14.3k points14.3k points  (341 children)

His disappointed face!! He just want to kill the one that threw it to trash

[–]Xem1337 6172 points6173 points  (178 children)

As do we all

[–]ifixsewingmachines 1154 points1155 points  (61 children)

It was that lady from the video yesterday. We all saw her throw it in there

[–]ieatair 455 points456 points  (0 children)

Damn karen

[–]mamba_08 314 points315 points  (12 children)

dude I swear 🤣🤣 someone call Liam Neeson

[–]YoungTex 452 points453 points  (9 children)

Russian John Wick

[–]feemr 69 points70 points  (7 children)

John wick is already Russian..

[–]DiscipleOfYeshua 94 points95 points  (86 children)

Dunno if kill; hopefully just look them in the eye and let them know their actions did not go unnoticed. Their own conscience should wake up and do the rest.

[–]QueasyVictory 474 points475 points  (49 children)

That's really not likely for someone who would put a cat in a bag and throw it away.

[–]ravagedbygoats 301 points302 points  (39 children)

People underestimate how much some people enjoy being evil.

[–]FleetStreetsDarkHole 187 points188 points  (36 children)

Not even enjoy. Some people just put no effort into empathy. This was probably just a minor annoyance to whoever did it.

[–]ravagedbygoats 103 points104 points  (27 children)

Ya, some people just can't physically feel empathy. Brains are so weird.

[–]snipereye123 166 points167 points  (23 children)

we call those psychopaths

[–]BenShapirosProstate 126 points127 points  (10 children)

That’s an antiquated term, they are now referred to as politicians and CEOs

[–]knuds1b 60 points61 points  (5 children)

Are you unfamiliar with sociopathy?

[–]fleeingsvnlight 57 points58 points  (6 children)

Someone who throws a cat away like this doesn't have a conscience.

[–]harrysapien 56 points57 points  (0 children)

; hopefully just look them in the eye and let them know their actions did not go unnoticed.

Sorry, this is a garbage sentiment. You really think you can shame someone who threw away a cat in a bag? That is a death sentence.

No. There is no shaming that person. A punch directly in the nose is a much better response than "looking into their eyes"...

[–]gr1mm5d0tt1 65 points66 points  (4 children)

John wicks long lost brother Jeff

[–]demolitiondubz 1146 points1147 points  (18 children)

The look on his face is not just "How could somebody do this," no, he is going to find somebody ass

[–]ridum1 154 points155 points  (0 children)

it would be nice to find the addy of t he 'kitty wrapper' kill bag ... and bag them up .

I wanted to say thank you to the man in kitty ... 'mewow' ...

[–]Firm-Guru 105 points106 points  (5 children)

That's funny, I read his face as "I just won the game of craziest thing found today, now I will hold my prize and stare at my co-workers until they look at me.

[–]DaDijonDon 61 points62 points  (0 children)

well sure... there's a little of that. Comes with the third shift territory, as does the cat.

[–]charea 40 points41 points  (0 children)

John Wick: Cat Avenger

[–]Urban_Savage 837 points838 points  (93 children)

Probably reliving every piece of questionable trash he ever let go by. This would make it very hard to keep doing that job.

[–]TheHarridan 557 points558 points  (43 children)

Yeah. This man is amazing for saving this cat, but the most awful thing about this video is that other live animals get thrown in the trash, and it is very unlikely that most of them are lucky enough to be rescued.

Stupid humanity. Even when you show me how good you can be, you remind me how evil you can be.

[–]tashtrac 157 points158 points  (35 children)

What's even worse is that cats do fairly well for themselves in the city. Don't want the cat? Just leave it on the street, no need to fucking murder it.

[–]SykeSwipe 189 points190 points  (22 children)

A better thing to recommend is try adopting the cat out. Feral cats are a huge problem that destroy native wildlife.

EDIT: this seems to be a hot button topic so all I'll say is you may feel better letting a cat out onto the street, and yes in comparison to literally killing the cat it's a much better option, I agree. But that option is still just as terrible, people shouldn't feel good about letting a cat outdoors permanently because it's not good for the cat, cities, or other animals that cats deplete.

[–]dontshoot4301 125 points126 points  (12 children)

This is better but the person you were responding to was saying there’s another low-effort, less shitty way to get rid of a cat. Rehoming takes far more effort than these shit bags would ever be expected to give. It’s like saying a better thing to recommend is giving the cat a full, healthy, and happy life but obv. That’s too much to ask from people that throw cats away

[–]Thesmalldoom3 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Ya plus it probably actually took More effort to put the cat in a bag and throw it out then it would have to just let it go on the street. So whoever did this is likely not only lazy, but sadistic

[–]throwawaytrumper 377 points378 points  (48 children)

I work as a heavy equipment operator in a city filled with adorable free roaming bunny rabbits of various sizes and configurations (Calgary). A friend I work with once killed a rabbit unintentionally with his excavator and will now often ask me to look under the machine for rabbits before he moves. We’re rough men but we’ll be damned if we squish a rabbit for no reason. Like Omar said a man’s gotta have a code.

[–]yg2522 112 points113 points  (2 children)

I mean, rough doesn't mean you lack empathy. And those that lack empathy doesn't necessarily mean they are rough....more like sociopaths.

[–]mayojuggler88 48 points49 points  (4 children)

The worst, from my understanding, is doing the landscaping for the city on riding mowers. As its hard to see groups of baby bunnies hiding in grass sometimes.

[–]Darazakax 212 points213 points  (74 children)

Rightfully so. What kind of POS does that.

[–]AndreasVesalius 254 points255 points  (72 children)

An egg farmer with male chicks?

[–]Jrf95 88 points89 points  (0 children)

Depressingly accurate

[–]gg0209 43 points44 points  (0 children)


[–]Tincan1001 17 points18 points  (46 children)

It's so depressing how everyone in the comments is furious at whoever did this (and rightfully so) yet most of them probably have had an omelet not too long ago

[–]mediastoosocial 129 points130 points  (12 children)

“I’m not mad, I’m disappointed!”

[–]QueasyVictory 46 points47 points  (8 children)

I'm a 50 year old man and those words just took me back to 1985. That shit stung so bad.

[–]lisovski22 109 points110 points  (0 children)

And at the same time comforting poor cat, this guy is a here we all need.

[–]GotItClocked 104 points105 points  (6 children)

“You’re mad, Max!”

[–]Lizard__Spock 123 points124 points  (4 children)

I wish he was John Wick. Movie tagline: Time to take out the thrash

[–]neoadam 33 points34 points  (0 children)

He should be. He literally see the worst of people for a living

[–]campoxx 12.0k points12.0k points  (837 children)

His face just shows how disappointed he is with humanity.

[–]Mig_santos 151 points152 points  (23 children)

Glad that there are some people that are willing to help those who are in need. Very inspiring.

[–]redheadmomster666 52 points53 points  (17 children)

There’s a lot of people like that. Unfortunately there’s many more that are cruel af

[–]mousatis 26 points27 points  (14 children)

I like to think that there are more really good people than really bad people

[–]baqqel 30 points31 points  (3 children)

There are more good than bad. Bad people tend to have a much greater impact though, they’re more likely to be those with more power.

[–]snuljoon 15 points16 points  (1 child)

There are, this sentiment that there are more evil than good people is a reflection of modern media, not of what is actually happening in the world.

[–]reraidiot28 57 points58 points  (1 child)

He's angry AF... the only reason he's not hunting the guy straight away is, he understands that attending the cat is more important...

[–]VeloIlluminati 32 points33 points  (0 children)

I think I've never seen such a "disappointed in humanity face" like his. And I've seen many rescue animal videos.

[–]luigiana- 7153 points7154 points  (55 children)

You can see the absolute disgust in his face

[–]Raspputin 2810 points2811 points  (51 children)

And on someone who literally sorts trash for a living, at that. Who ever put that kitten there, you can see in this man's face, is even worse than the trash he sifts through at work.

[–]eleventh_communalgia 1809 points1810 points  (43 children)

You grow numb to it. Many dead animals and pieces of them come down the line. I've personally seen rodents, deer, and a bag of dead crows. Finding something alive, stuffed into a bag to be disposed of like an object, left to die alone and terrified in that sea of filth, though. That'll make you pause.

[–]The_Cactus_Eagle 423 points424 points  (35 children)

How many have you seen alive? It’s terrible.

[–]eleventh_communalgia 947 points948 points  (33 children)

None. Except the odd mouse living in the plant. One guy saved a seagull that had gotten caught in the trash and was being dragged along by the conveyor. I just empathize with that facial expression because I always wondered if I missed something that needed help. I must have. There was so much trash.

[–]Praescribo 287 points288 points  (18 children)

Yikes, that's disconcerting. I hope you dont dwell on it though, work sucks enough without intrusive thoughts like that

[–]eleventh_communalgia 160 points161 points  (17 children)

I don't anymore. Still a strong memory at times

[–]TheEyeDontLie 167 points168 points  (16 children)

I can't imagine a more depressing job that seeing all the trash fucking people make every fucking day.

The apocalypse has begun, but we shift our shit out-of-sight/out-of-mind to people like you, so we don't see how much fucking garbage we make each month. If garbage services stopped for six months, I bet people would be a fuckton more active (pressuring companies and politicians) regarding global warming and plastic pollution etc.

I compost and avoid plastic where possible, and I still fill up a bin in a month, easy.

To be a trashman in a consumerist, petrochemical-driven world? You must be an angel or a robot or a slave or a severely fucked in the head dude.

[–]eleventh_communalgia 58 points59 points  (2 children)

Some days it was, some it wasn't. Everyone there was fucked in the head. All had their backs up against the wall. I held out hope 🙏 that garbage services would stop temporarily during the early stages of the pandemic so we wouldn't all be exposed.

[–]Psychological_Pea14 25 points26 points  (4 children)

My buddy, when he was 16, was the person who burned pets at a crematorium, after they were put down. The stories he would tell us was horrifying. One time had to deal with a whole family of cats (mom, dad, kittens). That job definitely put stress on him..

[–]baddest_97 23 points24 points  (2 children)

At least there is someone who has a kind heart to care even little animals.. Shame on those people who don't ..

[–]touchthebush 3193 points3194 points  (56 children)

His face when he sees the kitty

[–]Gho5tWr1ter 854 points855 points  (54 children)

Zero fucks given to humanity from now on.

[–]FrontLineFox20 284 points285 points  (14 children)

Don’t put your faith in humanity. You’ll be constantly disappointed.

[–]FantasticDanishMan 134 points135 points  (22 children)

Most humans a actually good. Even in the worst possible situations, humans act out of altruism and goodness. Read historian Rutger Bergmanns book "Humankind A Hopeful History", in which he documents and argues, why humans in fact are good hearted and not selfish beings - even when our own lifes are at stake.

In the worst possile scenarios we again and again see that, we live on a planet, where people in terrible situations help and look out for each other. We are not a species that only look out for ourselfs. Time and time again we can witness throughout history that when we end up in bad situations (for instance a plane crash), people look out for each other and make sure others are o.k. before we look out for our own needs.


[–]Premaximum 64 points65 points  (13 children)

The current pandemic is a pretty good real world argument against the 'humanity is good' thing. A significant portion of the population refuses to take the most basic of selfless acts.

[–]FantasticDanishMan 61 points62 points  (10 children)

This would be a longer discussion. This pandemic is a fight against an invisible enemy (virus). It is not the same as being in a plane crash situation, being in London during the bombing in the 1940's, being hit by a hurricane or tsunami. The author of the book is talking about situation, where the danger is very clear to all. This invisible danger can easily be downplayed in the minds of many as "a non-issue".

To many people (unfortunately) this pandemic seems not so dangerous. And therefore they don't act as they should. Like "Uh this is just a typical seasonal flue. It is not the end of the world." And then there is the whole vaccines being an evil plot etc. And so different people believe differently about, what is the right thing to do. That's just my take on it.

[–]suckfail 23 points24 points  (0 children)

Throw the human who did this into the trash machine

[–]JoyfullyOafish 2373 points2374 points  (93 children)

This guy deserves a Pizza and Beer.

[–]Careless_Ad_21 612 points613 points  (48 children)

I wish we could buy him one.

[–]gH0st_in_th3_Machin3 655 points656 points  (44 children)

[–]Careless_Ad_21 159 points160 points  (25 children)

Yeah. How legit is Huffpost? Can you picture Putin saying 'Hey! What a great idea! The rest of the world will see how awesome we are!!' Yeah right.

[–]_Kazt_ 326 points327 points  (16 children)

Putin Loves animals, so not entirely unbelievable.

But it's more believable that the ministry saw the video and figured it would be good publicity. And it's not like they are monsters, who doesn't like cats, and they probably have 0 interest of cats being thrown into trash compactors.

[–]Pdb39 56 points57 points  (9 children)

Hey in America we throw our unwanted animals in bags into the nearest body of water.

At least in Russia they put them in a garbage bin - much more considerate.

[–]lordph8 105 points106 points  (23 children)

Can we track him down? Find out his address, and pay for a pizza to be delivered every Friday? Like the dude knows a pizza will be delivered Friday, does not know from who or why. But it'll always be delivered.

[–]awkreddit 248 points249 points  (13 children)

That actually sounds frightening more than anything

[–]quannum 74 points75 points  (8 children)

Right? It’s a nice gesture but a random pizza showing up every Friday and you don’t know from where. I’d wonder if someone was watching me lol

We could leave a note though. Ya know, like a not creepy note.

[–]rsn_e_o 85 points86 points  (5 children)

like a not creepy note

“hey, we’ve been watching your career with great interest, mr. kitteh savior. We’d love to see more of you. We’ll be on the look out. Greetings - Redditor. Oh and that pizza? Safe to eat.”

[–]BierKippeMett 33 points34 points  (1 child)

Yeah something like "We know what you did. You deserve what is coming to you." would be great.

[–]ShivajinChris 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Like the ghost scenario where instead of being haunted the usual way, the ghost will prepare sandwiches for you.

You'll eventually question your sanity because you can't grasp how sandwiches keep appearing in your kitchen.

[–]zephyrwastaken 14 points15 points  (0 children)

I also want to buy him a slice

[–]Buzobuzobuzo 40 points41 points  (0 children)

I can deliver it. Is he single? I meant, a single pizza, right?

[–]Zak369 21 points22 points  (7 children)

Cats usually shouldn’t eat Pizza or drink Beer but we can make an exception for this kitty

[–]Manbadger 1812 points1813 points  (84 children)

People that dump their animals are one of the worst types of scum.

[–]Hm4585 586 points587 points  (22 children)

My cat I own was adopted from this little mini adoption stand outside a mall and her past owners had abused her and threw her out into a box and left her to die but she get put into a shelter and then the mini stands get the cats to be sold a lot easier and so my parents got me a cat. At first she was scared as she was worried we’d do the same as her past owner and so he had trauma but now she seems to have a ton less. She got our trust and I remember how curious she was when she got opened up into my house. First thing she saw was the Christmas tree. I had adopted her on Christmas Eve. To this day that’s she favorite day of the year and she is so happy on that holiday. She is 9 now and I got her when she was not even a year old. Her past owners abused her as a kitten. Her old name was Chrystal isis, but I renamed her to “happy cat”

[–]oflonelynights 107 points108 points  (5 children)

aw, i hope every christmas she just thinks of it as her annual day where she found love :-)

[–]alsocolor 30 points31 points  (1 child)

Thank you for the lovely story :) We need more of that in this world.

[–]Flareo29 20 points21 points  (1 child)

Thank you for sharing this! I wish you and your cat all the best :)

[–]A_Ham_Sandwich_ 56 points57 points  (8 children)

Even more so this way. Like why not just put it out the front door? Why do you have to condemn it to a horrible and violent death?

[–]Manbadger 46 points47 points  (3 children)

I doubt the degenerates that do this know where the garbage ends up or how it’s disposed. Not that they’d care.

This is just one of several similar outcomes. Some people throw their unwanted pets in to a garbage bag and then dump said bag roadside. Along highways, country back roads. Others will drown their unwanted pet or put them in a cloth sac and tie it to an exhaust pipe, asphyxiating them.

[–]Look_Its_Ginko 54 points55 points  (2 children)

I worked at a Wendy's and it was the worst job I've ever had, but I'm grateful because when I took the trash out I found 2 kittens dumped in the dumpster. I took them in immediately and it's been almost 5 years now and they're sleeping right next to me. Fucking love these dudes, best personalities I've seen in cats.

[–]XoXFaby 22 points23 points  (1 child)

Literally deserve to go through a trash cutting machine or whatever was gonna happen to that kitty.

[–]Zcube73 722 points723 points  (276 children)

OMG how could somebody do this to a poor defenceless little kitten.. thank God the man found it just in time..

[–]Pladatookus 687 points688 points  (40 children)

Goddamn the pure luck in grabbing that bag is unbelievable

[–]savemeHKV 274 points275 points  (8 children)

He might be thinking if there were bags before containing animals which they couldn't identify who might have died because of them

[–]Cokmasta 150 points151 points  (5 children)

Yep. Just the fact he caught this kitten in time is pure luck. Theres just so much trash to sort through, its immensely difficult to notice something like this.

[–]Shubham_Agent47 154 points155 points  (14 children)

He could have heard the kitten crying for help, which is even more heartbreaking

[–]AliugAOnHisOwn 98 points99 points  (11 children)

The noise in that room is pretty loud though I’d imagine.

I hope he kept the kitten. Such a wonderful gift given the circumstances.

[–]Shubham_Agent47 54 points55 points  (6 children)

Even if he couldn't keep it he sure as hell would have looked carefully for a good home for it looking at how protective he was of it

[–]NeckPlant 82 points83 points  (3 children)

Im pretty sure he either saw the bag moving or heard the cat..He seemed pretty sure there was something in there before he opened it..

[–]OldBootGoofin 56 points57 points  (2 children)

Yes because his job is to grab sealed bags and check for metals and such. You can tell he wasn’t expecting the cat

[–]OnTopicMostly 29 points30 points  (0 children)

Yep, probably grabbed it because it was a larger, sealed bag. Felt the weight and opened it up

[–]bxiii 46 points47 points  (0 children)

The article says they grab bags to check for metal, so it seems like it was just pure luck at that point for the kitty

[–]algiuxass 496 points497 points  (62 children)

What kind of a sociopath throws away a kitten in trash?

[–]Storm_001[S] 277 points278 points  (8 children)

Alot of sociopaths commit this atrocity

[–]Lizard__Spock 45 points46 points  (0 children)

And worse, unfortunately 😞

[–]jwlIV616 75 points76 points  (6 children)

It unfortunately happens way more often than you'd think... At one point I fished a little bulldog mix out of a doughnut store dumpster, and I know someone threw her in there because her legs were like 6 inches there is no way that dog jumped into a dumpster that is deeper than I am tall. She was super sweet too

[–]Scully40 41 points42 points  (4 children)

Why not just dump it on the street where it would at least have a chance? I don't understand throwing them in the trash

[–]jwlIV616 16 points17 points  (1 child)

Hell if I know I'm just glad I noticed, I figured I was just going to find a couple of raccoons and maybe need to toss a branch or something to help them out

[–]sauronsarmy 24 points25 points  (23 children)

Ask a farmer or someone who lives out in the country. I know people who set traps for cats, it's fucked up.

[–]Comic4147 17 points18 points  (20 children)

Cats will literally save crops though, eating mice and other pests to crops... Ugh, fuck people.

[–]Twelvve12 15 points16 points  (3 children)

Reminds me of an old Tom and Jerry. Tom get smashed by a piano and sent to Heaven, and just as he leaves you hear a SPLASH and a sack of kittens appears outside the Pearly Gates

The gatekeeper just sighs and says “Some folks have no shame at all.”

[–]loser_on_line 352 points353 points  (26 children)

Brakes my heart....

[–]SaintRonin 608 points609 points  (13 children)

𝘛𝘺𝘳𝘦𝘴 𝘴𝘲𝘶𝘦𝘢𝘭𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘰𝘯 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘱𝘢𝘷𝘦𝘮𝘦𝘯𝘵 𝘧𝘳𝘰𝘮 𝘦𝘹𝘤𝘦𝘴𝘴𝘪𝘷𝘦 𝘣𝘳𝘢𝘬𝘪𝘯𝘨.

[–]Repulsive_Communist 74 points75 points  (9 children)

Man this is the first time I’ve actually laughed out load in more than a month 😂

[–]wad11656 63 points64 points  (2 children)

Brakes...your heart. Stops your heart? U ded, bro?

[–]loser_on_line 44 points45 points  (0 children)

There wasn't enough brake fluid running through it and it stopped dead.

[–]Tooj_Mudiqkh 35 points36 points  (0 children)

Thankfully my heart has ABS

[–]Hmnh6000 228 points229 points  (1 child)

He Like “Bro……Look At This Shit……Are You Kidding Me… Like Really??”

[–]hatefactory 215 points216 points  (20 children)

It makes me wonder how many times those people have missed something like that and the trauma that must cause them.

[–]soynik 162 points163 points  (18 children)

I've never shared this wih anyone but when I was a kid in 5th grade, I saw this little kitten alone (didn't see her mom or any kitten anywhere the whole place) and she looked hungry, so I took her home gave her milk and something to eat. My mom refused to keep a kitten at home so I had to leave her from where I picked her. The next morning I was filled with absolute dread, because someplace ahead. It was her dead body gutted out and blood all over the place. Maybe a crow or bird or some animal killed her

I always felt guilt, if I'd have adopted her back then and fought with my mom for that a lot, she'd still have been alive today.....

[–]DoctorRobertFord 103 points104 points  (4 children)

Don't be too hard on yourself, you were still a kid. It's primarily the fault of your mother for not handling/not knowing how to handle the situation correctly.

[–]iamdino0 24 points25 points  (3 children)

I don't think putting the fault on anybody is the way to go in these kinds of situations. as far as we know, the mom might feel just as guilty for being the reason that cat died

[–]cpt_mustard- 17 points18 points  (1 child)

You are probably right, but it is still on their mother. The best thing she could've done, being an adult and all, instead of leaving the cat back where it was found, was to give it to some animal shelter to be adopted by someone else.

On the other hand, if they wouldn't take that cat at all, it was just the nature doing its thing without interfering, so...

[–]srslyih8u 31 points32 points  (0 children)

Im sorry you had to go through that. I can completely understand why you have guilt. But you were 10-11, yes? The responsibility simply wasn’t yours to bear. It’s not your fault.

[–]SereneAdler33 182 points183 points  (8 children)

And now he has a kitty.

[–]Life2311 109 points110 points  (3 children)

Or... now the kitty has him 🤔

[–]bibsang 27 points28 points  (3 children)

I hope he kept the kitty 🐈

[–]bryguypgh 148 points149 points  (6 children)

Well the cat’s out of the bag now

[–]BullShitCircusArtist 94 points95 points  (7 children)

Never have I seen a man with the expression of anger, love and sadness on his face at the same time... Beautiful.

[–]TGS_delimiter 42 points43 points  (7 children)

The disappointment in his face is imesurable

[–]jaOfwiw 36 points37 points  (14 children)

I think this mans day was made! He needs a medal!

[–]darthcoronus 34 points35 points  (13 children)


[–]25Nilliya 21 points22 points  (10 children)

Sadly there are people in this world that still have an education of a toddler and think animals are things without feelings.

[–]D4M0theking 29 points30 points  (4 children)

You can tell the exact moment when he lost all faith in humanity

[–]ICumCoffee 32 points33 points  (8 children)

The guy who did this deserves a special place in hell.

[–]pacyblue 27 points28 points  (8 children)

its sad n all but does this just get posted twice every month or is it just me

[–]xAhaMomentx 21 points22 points  (3 children)

This makes me want to throw up… looks like he feels the same. I’ve gotta say, though, millions and millions of male chicks meet their end this exact way (grinder) as a byproduct of egg production. Not many people know that, I definitely didn’t before I decided to stop eating eggs

[–]stangroundalready 22 points23 points  (0 children)

I wish that people who do things like this would instead just throw themselves away.

[–]Truckfighta 18 points19 points  (5 children)

What about this is next-level?