posted on May, 28 2013 @ 11:31 PM
Dogs are livestock over there. It's a cultural thing. I'm just surprised they haven't standardized the dog breeding for the most muscle or
something, like they do with cows in the states. And an extra treat is the furs.
Before the invention of the shrink wrapped meat at the grocery store, which most city kids in the USA have been trained to see, people saw the animals
they would eat. And it was fresh, warm right after being slaughtered for food. Saves electricity to bring the animal home with you, no refrigeration
required, no shrink wrap required, no foam tray required. Ecologically sensitive, and it might reduce global warming.
I favor religious hygiene ideals for food, so the boiling alive thing with cats, that's bad news. Carnivorous animals above vegetarian animals for
slaughter, that's not preferred. See, that's where the mostly clean western style of choosing animals to eat comes from, religious traditions that
immigrants brought in. In a land where food is abundant, one can afford to be selective.
It's interesting how S Korea kills all those dogs...then eats them. The USA kills a lot of dogs and throws them in the garbage or incinerator.
That's strange just the same.