These dogs were not about to take this human's abuse lying down.
It’s usually cats that people warn not to cross, since the intelligent felines have a penchant for revenge and overall mischief, but sometimes dogs are known to retaliate from time to time. Typically, dog owners experience their pet dog doing something that seems to be in direct defiance of something their human has done, which start as infuriating incidents that turn into funny examples of how smart their dog is. For example, if a human forgets to feed their dog at the time they’re accustomed to eating, the dog might retaliate by eating toilet paper even though they’ve been trained not to do so.
Though these can be funny anecdotes, dogs being kept as pets and treated humanely (for the most part) is primarily a part of Western cultures, whereas several Middle Eastern and Asian countries have yet to (literally) adopt the idea of dogs living inside homes with people. As such, stray dogs plague these nations and are treated poorly, to say the least, often being treated like rats would in Western cultures.
One such stray dog in Chongqing, China that experienced the wrath of a human while living on the streets was not about to take the injustice lying down. When one man drove up to his parking spot outside of his housing complex and found a stray dog lying in the spot, he didn’t get out and lure him away or even bring him in the house to care for him, like many would in the U.S. Instead, he got out of his car and angrily kicked the dog out of the spot. The dog left, but he later returned with a pack of dogs. What happened next is just hilarious…
When a neighbor was driving by a little while after the dog-kicking incident occurred, he was shocked at what he saw.
He was in such disbelief over seeing this pack of dogs attack this man’s car, he stopped to take photos. He witnessed them bite at the bodywork and windshield wipers.
When the man came outside later, angry over his damaged car, the neighbor showed him these pictures. That’s karma… Or just one smart pack of dogs.