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DontLetThemEatMe
11-27-2012, 06:40 AM
hi Friends of animals,

please take a look at these links and even if you can not donate - please share them with your friends.

http://igg.me/p/278726?a=1772128

http://gogetfunding.com/project/don-t-let-them-eat-me

http://www.gofundme.com/1k98a8

http://www.facebook.com/DontLetThemEatMe

thank you

jessewills
07-07-2013, 11:27 PM
Thanks alot for sharing these links! You are doing a great job by rescuing these animals.

bhawk
07-08-2013, 07:54 AM
Ok, forgive me for playing devils advocate here, but why is the market cruel, yet the market for other animals ok? Why is a cat or dog more deserving than a cow or pig?
While i dont like the thought of them being bred for meat, it is just as viable as any other farming industry.
The only point i would have a problem big enough to try and ban it, would be if the conditions were inhumane.

LPC
07-13-2013, 09:09 AM
Why is the market cruel? Because in Korea, and to a lesser degree in Vietnam and China, they are boiled alive. I could post links to sites, but I won't because sensitive people could be shocked. If you don't believe me, just Google "boiling dogs alive". The practice is alarmingly widespread. But beware - some of the sites may distress you if you love animals and you don't want to see them suffering. There are plenty of petitions online, which you are welcome to sign.

bhawk
07-26-2013, 12:29 PM
You missed my point, if it is humane (obviously the boiling method is not) then is it not a viable industry?
The post was not based solely on the boiling method, but seemed to indicate a general dislike of the farming of cats and dogs.
While i dislike many things, i do not try to ban them...that was my point.
So i shall repeat, if it is done humanely, where is the problem with the industry?

LPC
07-27-2013, 05:45 AM
I understand your point perfectly well and I didn't miss it. You asked why the market is cruel, and I told you why. The killing of the dogs is almost always done by boiling, not by humane methods. That is the point which I am making, which is not the same as yours. I agree with you that the original post was more focussed on the mere consumption issue - but I was just trying to answer your question in post no. 3 above.

If you don't want to see animals suffer in this way, then you have the opportunity to sign the many petitions online.