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The first thing PETA Asia's investigator noticed was the overpowering stench of death – but the horror that was uncovered was far worse.
One by one, terrified dogs were grabbed around the neck with metal pinchers and bashed over the head with a wooden pole. Some fell unconscious after the beating, but many cried out and writhed in agony. Some still struggled to breathe after their throats were cut and before their skins were ripped off. The investigator also documented that dog skin was turned into women's fashion gloves, men's work gloves and other products that are exported from China and sold throughout the world.
Being sickened by this cruelty is not enough – we have to end it. Please make a gift to PETA right now, and help us do even more to expose and stop the horror of the global skins trade and all other cruelty to animals.
In a single day, facilities such as those visited by the investigator in eastern China can bludgeon and skin hundreds of dogs a day. Video taken during this disturbing new investigation reveals that the dogs – each one as sensitive as the loyal canine friends many of us share our homes with – endure almost unimaginable cruelty.
As other terrified dogs watch, individual dogs are yanked from a holding room onto a "kill" floor, where they are violently beaten and slaughtered. Blood, guts and skins from these horribly abused dogs cover the floor, and the broken carcasses of dogs are hung on hooks or thrown into large vats filled with the bodies of hundreds more. When the video was shot, there were about 300 live dogs in the compound waiting to be slaughtered – each cowering in fear as they heard the wails and barks of the dogs killed before them.
This filthy abattoir isn't an aberration. It's just one small part of a leather industry that kills more than a billion animals across the globe each year. Most of that leather comes from China – a country where there are no penalties for the abuse suffered by the many dogs, cats and other animals killed for their skins.
PETA Asia's investigator also went to leather processing plants in China and documented workers turning the skin of abused dogs into women's fashion gloves, men's work gloves and other accessories. One plant visited during the investigation had roughly 30,000 pieces of semi-processed dog leather in stock – leather that will be sold to consumers around the world who may not know the intense animal suffering that went into each piece.
By making a donation today, you will help support PETA's critical work to protect dogs, cats, cows and all other animals in need of help.
In the few short days after this investigation was released, well more than 3 million people watched video footage of the horrors exposed by PETA Asia. Many millions more have read about this disturbing new case on Facebook or learned about it through dozens of newspaper and television stories around the world.
You may remember that in 2013, an investigator with PETA Asia revealed that rabbits screamed in pain as workers on angora farms in China – the source of 90 per cent of the world's angora – ripped the fur from their sensitive skin. Today, angora is much more difficult to find on store shelves as major designers and retailers – including Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, David Jones, H&M and dozens more – have enacted permanent bans on angora after PETA and our international affiliates shared documentation from the investigation. The shockwaves from that powerful investigation continue to echo through the global fashion industry, with more companies agreeing to drop angora from their product lines almost every week.
With your help today, we're hopeful that this latest groundbreaking investigation will allow us to accomplish even more for animals who are tormented for their skin.
Your generous donation today will be put to work immediately to support our work for animals, including helping us do more to stop a violent trade that kills animals for their skins.
Thank you for your compassion and commitment to making the world a kinder place for dogs and all animals.Kind regards,