If you're looking for the “crush” videos of animals such as rabbit, puppies or any other animals brutally killed, I'm sorry but I don't have a video of it. And I don't even intend to post it here though.
I'm just saddened that people made money out of doing such thing. The "crush" videos shows features a brutally killed animal done by girls or and some are young ones.
Not only PETA condemns such acts, I believe people coming from different religions condemns this "crush" videos.
As a Islam believer, it has been preached that even animals should be treated well because they are believed to also praise God. It may not be the same as human does. Even butchering animals is done by praising god, or an act of asking permission from him above to do such thing. And it should be done as if the animals didn't feel anything at all.
The knife to use for butchering should sharpest one so that the animal would die immediately, as if nothing happens.
Meanwhile, here' the quoted news from Yahoo! pertaining to the "crush video".
A Filipino couple is on the run after being charged for producing videos showing teenage girls torture and kill animals.
The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) identified the couple — Dorma and Vic Ridon — responsible for the brutal videos, known as “crush” videos, which have been posted online. The disturbing videos have reportedly become viral.
According to PETA, the “crush” videos showed girls clad in mini-skirts and high heels cutting off the ears of rabbits before setting them on fire, burning dogs with a clothes iron, poking monkeys’ eyes with stiletto heels, and stomping on puppies until they vomited blood and bits of their internal organs.
The videos were sold via "secret Internet chat groups" to people overseas who wanted to watch the footage for "thrills," said Rochelle Regodon, Asia campaign manager for PETA.
The Philippine police have charged the suspects with animal cruelty, child abuse, and human trafficking but the couple had fled before getting arrested.
PETA said it was offering a reward of P100,000 for information leading to their capture.