SOURCE ET SUITE
DEUX ABATTOIRS POUR CHIENS FERMES APRES UNE ENQUETE EN CHINE
LES CHIENS ETAIENT SOIT VOLES ( CERTAINS AVEC DES COLLIERS, D' AUTRES PROVENAIENT D' ELEVAGES
SCENES DE MALTRAITANCE EXTREME, CHIENS BRULES OU BOUILLIS VIVANTS
After an undercover investigation by Last Chance for Animals, two China dog meat slaughterhouses in the Jillin province have been shut down by the authorities.
undercover video below reveals the extent of the torture the butchers
inflicted onto the dogs. Many of the dogs were pets who had been stolen
from their families (still wearing their collars); others were strays
picked up off of the streets, while some were raised in commercial
breeding facilities. China’s dog meat trade kills about 10 million dogs
each year, and the industry is fueled by criminal gangs who roam the
streets darting dogs with poison and hauling them off to the
The dogs are thrown into small wire cages where they’re crammed
tightly together to fit as many dogs as possible onto the transport
trucks. They spend hours, or sometimes days, on these trucks with no
food and water. Many dogs arrive at the slaughterhouse with broken bones
— others arrive already dead.
Even at the slaughterhouse, many
dogs still trust the humans who are about to torture and kill them. They
wag their tails and look hopefully for affection. Other dogs are
justifiably terrified, smelling the violence in the air.
each dog is chased down and beaten with a club. Then their throat is
slit; as the dogs bleed out, they may be burned or boiled alive.