Chinese and Koreans still cooking cats for their own consumption. the meat, if it has aphrodisiac qualities, it seems he has other merits as one of the finest in the Asian setting. On this sad reality in the XXI century, animalpeoplenews. org. notes that the faces of dogs and cats waiting to be eaten in the market for Moran, on the outskirts of Seoul, South Korea, is the most painful thing you can imagine a defender of wildlife. The Silence of the animals dehydrated and desperate is something unexpected in the expected shock. Most of the dogs may bark, but just do it.
Only a few scattered purebred animals and a puppy trying to eat away at the end of a nylon rope swings, nourish the hope that something could go differently. Cats exhibit stunned bleeding wounds apparently caused by blows to the forehead. Roosters take out their necks between the bars of their cages overcrowded and instead of singing, cast sounds off in an effort to breathe. The filthy Moran market comprises four short streets, which can be seen from uncomfortable old-fashioned kennel near the main road to the point of negligence shown by the troubled animal hoarders. Among cats, stacked in piles of three or four, living among the dead, a cat heat exhausted, dehydrated and ill probably still trying to comfort her kittens in the middle of the stench of disemboweled rabbits after electric cable or a blow on the head of chicken sticky with their own excrement inside cages; gutted fish in buckets of shells over the small dog cages with live dogs, and steam coming from the pots with cats that may have been boiled alive, Kim Bartlett, editor of ANIMAL PEOPLE, began to mourn.