KARMA!  Chinese Dog Meat Vendor Accidentally Kills Self with Poison Arrow

One less dog meat seller in the world… what a shame!

These dogs, intended to be slaughtered for meat, were rescued in 2011.
These dogs, intended to be slaughtered for meat, were rescued in 2011.

 

A dog meat seller in the Hunan province of China got a taste of his own medicine when he accidentally shot and killed himself with a poison dart meant for one of the dogs he planned to sell as meat.

The man was showing other employees in his butchery how to operate the crossbow when it fired and struck him in the leg.  He died on the way to the hospital.

The group, who was operating illegally, had over 1,000 frozen dog carcasses, and five members of the faction were arrested by police.

 

 

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9 thoughts on “KARMA!  Chinese Dog Meat Vendor Accidentally Kills Self with Poison Arrow

  1. In a related story, in what seems to be a first for the animal kingdom, throughout the land of China, dogs everywhere seem to have developed the amazing ability to laugh hysterically.

  2. He was poisoning dogs to kill them and then sell them for meat? And the poison killed him – what about the people who bought the meat?

      1. And that’s the garbage they sell that people feed to their pets! Pathetic bunch of assholes.

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  4. We need to pressure all the news media outlets to run these and the not so “happy” reports on the dog meat trade more often. Too many people around the world are unaware of the abuses and total barbaric treatment of “meat dogs” Asias pigs, cows and chickens are treated better than dogs. If the justification (by dog butchers) is “they are livestock” then why aren’t they treated like the other livestock animals?!! We need to keep awareness and pressure on this atrocity year round until the World knows and can stand together against the “antiquated” practice. It is NOT a food staple but, an ancient delicacy. No One will starve if dogs and cats aren’t on the menu!!

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