Prevent cruelty to dogs and cats in China.
  • Petitioning Chinese Ambassador, Mr Chen Yuming

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Chinese Ambassador, Mr Chen Yuming

Prevent cruelty to dogs and cats in China.

    1. Sponsored by

      International Fund for Animal Welfare

Each year over two million cats and dogs in China are rounded up and cruelly killed for their meat and fur.

Many are crammed - 10 or 15 at a time - into small wire cages. They lie helpless, in contorted positions. Many of the dogs are stolen family pets who still have on collars and tags. They are trucked across the country for days without food or water only to be slaughtered for meat for restaurants or skins for the fur industry.

For companion animals in China, there is no law protecting them from abuse, abandonment or outright torture. In an online poll, 89% of Chinese citizens called for the country to enact anti-cruelty legislation for animals. You can help provide worldwide pressure to achieve this goal.

Please send a letter to the Chinese Ambassador to Australia asking for national legislation in China to prevent cruelty to animals.

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    • Cláudia Macedo Amorim GOIâNIA, BRAZIL
      • about 4 hours ago

      Animals feel pain and suffer. Such extreme cruelty reflects an unenlightened, archaic culture.

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    • ron thomas WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA
      • about 4 hours ago

      Protect ALL animals... NOW..

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    • Whitney Knowlton BELLEVUE, WA
      • about 5 hours ago

      No animals should be treated in a cruel manner, anymore than people should.

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    • melanie mancuso BROOKLYN, NY
      • about 5 hours ago

      these animals are meant to be family pets. they give unconditional love. they are innocent animals and are not a food source.

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    • Kerry Giesbrecht WARMAN, CANADA
      • about 6 hours ago

      Barbaric !! And why ????

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