Recently, a child went into Trauma after watching a controversial documentary.
The documentary was shown on Netflix by a teacher during the class.
The documentary was named, “Don’t fuck with Cats”. This was so wrong on the teacher’s part to show such a documentary.
Even parents are not able to watch such documentaries until and unless they are prepared to watch. The parent of that child wrote a letter to the school’s headmaster saying that their child is now in trauma after watching the documentary.
They also claimed that the teacher is showing animal mutilations. They detailed the student’s reaction after watching the film in the letter.
In the documentary, there are graphic images of Luka Magnotta who was the convicted murderer. The images are of the moment right before the kittens were killed.
The student went in shock and was left horrified after watching the graphic nature of the documentary.
It is also seen that the parent had sent the letter anonymously. It was also mentioned in the letter that the documentary was shown in the class right before the Christmas holidays had begun.
Children are soft and kind. Watching such controversial things might leave them in shock. They are unable to handle such scenes and have a higher chance of getting traumatised. Even the adults were left disgusted and horrified after watching “Don’t fuck with cats”.
The letter was taken into consideration. It was also seen that the principal has already started the investigation.
In 2010, a 37-year-old posted a video of himself killing kittens. Since then it created a spark within the international manhunt and had been turned into a film.
In the end, the controversial documentary ends up blaming the audience itself. All of it looks like people are desperately looking for attention in life. Be it a positive one or a negative one.
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