Shocking pictures of an illegal dog slaughterhouse in China

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In China every day are brutally killed thousands of dogs and cats, often in conditions of absolute lawlessness.

In Changchun city, in Jilin Province, was operating an illegal dog slaughterhouse , just closed by the authorities.

The slaughterhouse worked for about two years.

Every day were brought two or three vans containing living dogs.

The operational capability of this illegal activity reached up to 300 dogs per day.

 

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The butchers used only a stick and a knife to kill the animals.

After the slaughter process, a dog is sold for just 6, 8 RMB (less than 1 euro) mainly to small hotels and privates.

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illegal dog slaughterhouse in China

illegal dog slaughterhouse in China

illegal dog slaughterhouse in China

illegal dog slaughterhouse in China

Fonte: News.163.com

 


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  1. Stop cruelty towards dogs they are loyal animals they are loyal to everyone then why you Chinese people are so cruel to them stop cruelty towards dogs

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