Chinese amusement park uses real kittens as claw-machine prizes

The animals only seem to be a few weeks old

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An amusement park has opened a new claw machine which lets players have a chance to scoop up a real life kitten.

The video shows five animals, clearly only a few weeks old, walking around inside the game.

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A woman puts in a coin and attempts to use her skills to grab one, but she is unsuccessful and the cats carry on regardless.

The clip, which at first seems like a bit of fun, has come in for fierce criticism online.

Facebook users were unhappy after the video, believed to have been filmed in China, was uploaded with the caption: "This claw machine is so rigged!"

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The tiny cats had no idea they were prizes in a machine

Michsrl Arnesen said: "Get those cats out of there! Animals aren't prizes.

"Also those claws are not meant to pick up living creatures."

Chinese amusement park uses real kittens as claw-machine prizes

Some people are not happy about the game

While Da Marlon added: "Omg I have never seen such an pathetic thing in my whole life, like who the hell thought that would be an good idea?
"I would slap that person and put him in that freaking machine."


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