Police rescue 60 dogs set for Vietnamese meat trade (Thailand)

Sixty dogs have been spared from ending up on dinner tables in Vietnam after being rescued while on their way to being smuggled across the Mekong River.

Ban Phaeng district police yesterday intercepted a pickup truck carrying six cages containing 10 dogs each.

The dogs had their mouths tied shut so they could not bark, police said.

The dogs were being transported to the Mekong River in Ban Don Phaeng in Ban Phaeng district before being loaded on to a boat heading for Vietnam, where they were to be sold for their meat. Police were still hunting for the driver of the pickup truck, who managed to escape.

Read more in the Bangkok Post

CAN SOMEBODY EXPLAIN ME WHY SUCH CRIMINALS LIKE ANIMAL-TRADE, DRUGS-TRADE, HUMAN TRAFFICKING ETC. ARE LOTS OF TIMES ABLE TO ESCAPE IN THAILAND?????

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One Response to Police rescue 60 dogs set for Vietnamese meat trade (Thailand)

  1. panfiloactub says:

    I can’t really explained why people slaughter dog for food consumption. A “man best friend”, most of time treated as a member of the family compared to other pets and most trusted guard at night ending up on the table. It is just similar of killing your very best and most trusted friend. People like these are those likely to be eaten by Satan when they die and end up in Hell. Even in the Philippines, there are places that are not safe for the dog to play around. Dogs meat is their primary meat for consumption!

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