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Published November 2006
LGVN Animals / China

The Chinese Year of the Dog - by Kim Cooling.

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Dogs in cages before being killed
"Most of the dogs were the traditional and 'tastiest' yellow variety like my own dog Rama, rescued from Thailand in 1998." ... Read Kim's Full Story

scruffy little mongrel/terrier before being killed
"There were others, including a scruffy little mongrel/terrier cross who looked like a stolen pet."

"Then, as I watched in horror, dogs were brutally lifted by the neck by their torturers wielding metal tongs. The dogs were stabbed in the neck, some had wire placed round their necks to slowly choke them as they were bled." ... Read Kim's Full Story

dogs being killed - bled alive
"They were then suspended upside down by their hind legs, from the same cages where their companions were held, who could only watch in terror as the blood flowed from the suspended animals into a bucket placed below their heads." ... Read Kim's Full Story

dog having fur scrapped from body
"After being bled, they were hoisted down and thrown into a large drum of boiling water. The dogs were still alive, one was thrashing violently around as it hit the water. After being boiled alive, the dogs had their fur scraped off their bodies, they were gutted and then blow torched to caramelize / preserve their meat." ... Read Kim's Full Story

Looking-Glass Guidance - Peaceful Protest

If you are affected by what you have read here and wish to make your opinions heard, take note of these guidelines when corresponding with Chinese officials:

The mindset inside China is very different to western culture.
When writing to their official departments, be polite and courteous. They will not be accommodating to correspondence that is aggressive, insulting or dishonourable in any way.
Diplomacy is important when communicating with any government, and you can still respectfully make it clear to Chinese officials that their country's treatment towards animals causes you great distress, and you feel that while such cruelty continues you are unable to visit or support international events taking place in China until this situation is humanely resolved.

Writing paper letters is often more effctive than e-mailing (but please use recycled paper)

Write to your local Chinese Embassy.
A link page of embassy addresses can be found on the following website:
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/embassy/embassy_list.htm

Wite to the Chinese President.
His Excellency, Hu Jintao President of the People's Republic of China
9 Xihuang-Chenggen Beijie
Beijing,
Peoples Republic of China
email: info@cppcc.gov.cn OR info@china.org.cn


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