First there were the rumors about Chinese Fetus Soup. Then it was the one about Asians That Eat Black People. Luckily we proved that thses were all just internet hoaxes. But the rumors we have long heard about Asians eating dogs turn out to be sadly very true.
These incredibly disturbing images published in the NY Daily News show caged dogs at restaurants in China where they are about to be killed and eaten!
It’s sad but true, some Chinese people will eat almost anything, including Fido, Spot and Lassie. It’s no wonder there are so few stray dogs (or cats) in Chinatown. So if your dog gets lost, maybe you should call the local egg roll factory, they may have been the last ones to see your pet alive.
Horrific images show caged dogs at restaurants in China where they are about to be killed and EATEN–NY Daily News
The shocking photos show dogs being killed and cooked in Yulin City, Guangxi Province. China is one of only 11 countries left in the world where it is both legal and acceptable to eat dogs.
Horrific photos show the fate of hundreds of dogs in China that are brought to restaurants to be killed and eaten.
The graphic images show caged live dogs awaiting slaughter and canine carcasses piled on top of each other in a dog meat market in Yulin City, Guangxi Province, located in southern China.
China has a long tradition of eating dogs in emergency situations where food is scarce.
It is one of only 11 countries left in the world where it is both legal and socially acceptable to eat dogs.
Anti-animal cruelty campaigns, however, are expanding as more members of China’s middle class begin to keep dogs as pets.
In particular, many people object to the manner in which dogs are killed to be eaten. The canines are often beaten to death in order to release blood into the meat.
In January, an animal-loving blogger in Chongqing rescued over 1,100 dogs destined for the slaughterhouse, according to China Daily.
The dogs, which were later found to be in poor health from the terrible conditions, were founds crammed into cages stacked on top of each other on a flatbed truck.
Cai Chunhong, a Beijing lawyer who focuses on animal protection, told the newspaper that it is difficult to stop the slaughtering of animals due to the lack of legal protections.