Stop Killing Dogs for Food in Vietnam

It's a horrific fact that hundreds of dogs are stolen right in the daylight while roaming in their front yards. In capital Ha Noi, in particular, SEVEN TONS of live dogs are in the trade for food and sold by weight. Those poor creatures are crated cruelly in squeezing cages shipped to market like a kind of meat. They then get restrained in filthy, wiry, and frenetic slaughterhouse waiting for death.
Despite this is a thrill to the greater part of the society, there is no significant legit punishment to the deed. Thus, it keeps going on every day. Sadly, dogs sold in kilos is an ordinary fact in many shops and inns.
This inhuman act has to stop. People eat the dogs that were once a house member, receiving love and respect. But the thieves steal that life and put horror in those eyes. How could we imagine our loving pets are being consumed on the drinking table full of joy and supercilious laughter? That is so brutal.
I watched my dog poisoned and stolen right in front of my eyes when I was a child. I saw the terror in his eyes, and I never wanted to see that again in any dog.
Battles against this issue need the whole society to join and speak out loud. Citizens have shown their rage by beating up the thieves if they ever get caught, but this is illegal, not enough to deter other groups.
The dogs need your powerful voice, the voice of everyone in this society to put an end to this ruthlessness. There should be a punishment, a serious one to warn anyone who has in mind the idea to steal and sell dogs for money. Each voice and thrive will add more chances to make a brighter future for dogs in Vietnam.
If a signature can make the miracle happen, I don't see why we have to consider and hesitate. Let your voice be heard; let everybody know and fight TODAY.

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