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mardi 21 juin 2016

YULIN FESTIVAL.. CHINA.. MOST DOGS ARE STOLEN





 Dogs look out from a cage at a market on June 20, 2014 in Yulin, China. Festival goers celebrate the summer solstice by consuming dog meat, lychees and alcohol to ensure good health.


    


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LA PLUPART DES CHIENS SONT VOLES  CAR IL Y A PEU D' ELEVAGES DE CHIENS CONTRAIREMENT  A LA COREE DU SUD
 NOUS SOMMES SCANDALISES, MAIS AU QUEBEC IL Y A MENACE D' EUTHANASIE  CONTRE LES PITBULLS.. COMME QUOI LE MONDE A BIEN DU MAL A EVOLUER...............

Held every year, the Yulin Dog Meat Festival results in the slaughter of thousands of dogs, which are then served in some of the restaurants in this city in south China.
An international campaign to halt the killing keeps growing each year. Millions in Canada, the U.K. and the United States have signed petitions calling for China to end the festival, which is scheduled to start this year on June 21.

Yet it not just foreign activists who are working to stop China's dog meat trade. There are now millions of pet owners in the world's most populous country. Many are appalled by Yulin's continuing celebration of the eating of dog meat and by the uncertain manner in which the meat is obtained.
Unlike South Korea, another Asian country where dogs are consumed, China does not have any large-scale dog-breeding farms. A four-year investigation by Animals Asia, an advocacy group, found no evidence of such breeding facilities. "The vast majority of so-called "meat dogs" are in fact stolen companion animals and strays," says the group's 2015 report.