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He kept 20 pedigree cats in luxury and killed 100 cats daily — 7 Comments

  1. Reading comprehension darling. I wasn’t even bashing the Chinese for eating cat. Just the sick way they butcher all animals.

  2. Actually, you can tell if you are being served a dinner of cat or rabbit. Eating cat in Europe used to be so popular at one time that they even came-up with a simple mnemonic to tell the difference between the two so you would know what you were being served when wanting to compliment the chef. Examine the ribs on your plate, “Flat is not cat, rounded is not rabbit.” That’s the only difference between the two after being dressed for the dinner-plate.

    And do tell us how what he did is any different than a rancher or farmer that keeps his prized Holsteins bedded in the best of air-conditioned stalls while butchering all the rest for your own dinner tables? Are you that blinded, myopic, and hypocritical because of your own culturally inbred values? That phrase “Flat is not cat, rounded is not rabbit,” to tell the difference between a serving of rabbit or cat came from your own kind after-all, and all not that long ago.

  3. I have never understood what kind of culture uses the most barbaric ways possible to kill an animal for human consumption. There is a deep disturbing perversion about a culture that silently condones torture as a way to dispatch an animal. I’m not going to get into the debate over should they eat dog and cat in another country where they have long been considered food. Just the total unhealthy lack of compassion to put the animal down quickly.

    • So I guess this means that you’ll stop feeding your cats animal-flesh because of how that food for your cat is killed. Okay. Good idea. I agree.

    • Me too. There is something lacking in the brain of these Chinese individuals and something dark in the Chinese culture. It is so obviously immoral and deeply inhumane and yet, they don’t see it. My favoured assessment is that the Chinese in China have failed to develop – they are stuck in the 13th century – when it comes to animal welfare.

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