1. In Vietnam, there is a monstrous Festival, which break the pigs. This is a wild ritual. Poor animals die in the blood stream and the terrible cries, to the delight of the audience, some of whom are children.
2. In Vietnam there is the widespread sale of dogs for human consumption. Cruelty to dogs -. this is the norm in Vietnam.
We send you this message because we do not understand why Vietnam, since it opens itself today to the other countries of the world, with all its beautiful technologies, continue to massacre in horrible ways dogs and cats, who are intelligent animals ,sensitive and so useful to our humanity.
«This is hands down the worst thing I saw in Vietnam. These dogs are on their way to the market to be eaten. They are not being treated humanely to say the least and I cannot imagine the force which was required to get all these dogs into this cage. The sound was horrifying.... » Declared a tourist photographer, Mr Nathan Wynn. Unfortunately, we think that all the tourists, by knowing your country better and better, could relate the same terrible facts of a nation, yours! which has lost its soul in immoral and inhuman tortures inflicted towards beings made of flesh and blood. There also exists an incredible cruel festival which consists in dismembering pigs and cutting them up while still alive. These innocent, unfortunate creatures die in castings of blood and howl of suffering- and - this sad show enchants superstitious children and adults and ignorants. These facts are not representative for the intelligence of a true civilisation, but of a retarded behavior and a shameful cruelty which destroy our cultural and moral values. For this reason we will not visit your country as long as there are no laws of protection established and respected concerning pets and all other animals.
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