The Chinese torturing cats and dogs by the millions

by greendawn 24 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • Darth Yhwh
    Darth Yhwh

    Enigma, my wife and I saw that television show you mentioned. It was very disturbing indeed. My wife burst into tears and had to leave the room. Although I was truely alarmed at what I was seeing I couldnt help but watch. It's hasnt curbed my meat eating life style though.

  • greendawn

    I tried three or four times to go vegetarian (not vegan) but my metabolism couldn't take it any more after a month, so I had to give up. Some of us have to eat meat others can do without it and even without any dairy products.

  • Woodsman

    Check out the link for humane killing American style.

  • stillajwexelder

    Ever picked out your lobster of choice to boil alive?

    Yes - as you say - it is cultural

  • FairMind

    On his radio talk program, Dr. Michael Savage discussed the news report on how the Chinese torture dogs to get their hides and then skin and cook them while living. A comment that Dr. Savage made is that the value with which a culture holds human life can be judged by how they treat their animals. This is food for thought!

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  • NowImFree

    This is horrible. I didn't see the show and I'm glad, I would be so haunted and upset by it. I am sure I would have had to turn off the show and couldn't have watched it. I'm an animal lover, I have 4 cats of my own and I grew up with both dogs and cats. They are pets, and they normally love people. For someone to torture and cruelly kill helpless pets is sick. Somebody needs to do something about this.

    I know we have slaughter houses, which I don't like that either. But that is livestock, they are different than pets. It is hard to make a loving pet out of a cow or chicken.


  • NowImFree

    I just watched the video about how chickens are treated at the KFC slaughterhouses. I don't think I will be able to eat chicken again after seeing that, and definitely not from KFC. How horrible.


  • talley

    On the farm here we have a severe feral cat problem, and we raise holstien steers for beef.

    Last year I did a lot of on-line "research" with the thought of marketing my feral cats to the Mung who live in EauClaire, WI.

    It appears that in the Mung culture, and possibly most Asian cultures, torture is used ON PURPOSE, to flood the animals' meat with stress hormones before death! The higher level of adrenalan, cortoslol, ect., they think the beter the meat is.

    Not for my feral cats!!! If/when we ever have to leave the farm and can no longer feed them I will hire a couple of 'sharpshooters' from the rifle club that is a half mile down the road.

    Just ask any deer hunter which meat has a milder taste and is more tender; big's the deer that was dropped right where it was standing rather than the one that was just wounded and had to be tracked.

  • Robdar

    Every year in this country, we put millions of abadoned pets to death at the animal shelter. Why not let them be eaten for food? At least their lives will not have been wasted since their meat would nourish others. However, eating them is one thing. Torturing them to death is another. It isn't civilized at all. And it shouldn't be tolerated in a civilized society.

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