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Old August 8th 06, 08:48 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
ltlee1
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Default Killing unwanted dogs

Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).

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  #2  
Old August 8th 06, 10:19 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs


ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).


Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


------------------------------


  #3  
Old August 8th 06, 10:29 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
ltlee1
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Posts: 6
Default Killing unwanted dogs


wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).


Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.


------------------------------


  #4  
Old August 9th 06, 02:57 AM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs


ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).


Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.


It's all in the semantics.

When Europeans deemed "necessary" to "cull" cattles to prevent spread
of Mad Cow, it's totoally righteous. Never mind millions of cows are
not euthanized humanely, but hit in the head with a bolt, and many do
not die and are burried alive.

This is typical "factory farm" practice of inhuman western "intense
farming practice". Abuse of food animal in the West is so prevelant, it
far exceeds rate of abuse in China, as simple math proves. The fact
25-30% of Chinese are vegetarian, China has done more for animal rights
than most Western nations in the world.

As to dogs and cats being food animals in some culture, it is a
"complicated issue" especially when crossing the "cultural divide".
America's "cultural superiority" on what animal is okay to eat simply
do not meet the test of rationality. In American culture there too
exists animals that are both pet and food, such as rabbits and pigs.



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  #5  
Old August 9th 06, 03:34 AM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs


ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).


Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.


Gotta get a little implicit Tibetan bashing in there, eh?



------------------------------


  #6  
Old August 9th 06, 05:34 AM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs

LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan custom but to you it can imply Tibetan
bashing. Tell us why do you hate LT Lee so much???


wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).

Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.


Gotta get a little implicit Tibetan bashing in there, eh?



------------------------------


  #7  
Old August 9th 06, 02:52 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
yaofeng
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Default Killing unwanted dogs



Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?


------------------------------


Don't you worry, dog meat is still being consumed in healthy quantities
in China. This goes back thousands of years. China is still a net
exporter in culinary culture.

  #8  
Old August 9th 06, 04:39 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs


wrote:
LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan custom but to you it can imply Tibetan
bashing. Tell us why do you hate LT Lee so much???


Chattering monkey Chen to the rescue! He rarely knows anything about
anything, but boy can he make noise! Dumber than a doornail but can
shriek like an old lady!

BTW, you're too dumb to understand this, but when people criticize the
Bush Administration, Bush and Co. have been known to respond "Why do
you hate America?" It's a lame way of deflecting criticism. Maybe you
could get a job with them.


wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).

Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?

Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.


Gotta get a little implicit Tibetan bashing in there, eh?



------------------------------


  #9  
Old August 9th 06, 04:48 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Default Killing unwanted dogs

Stop barking, start telling us why LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan
custom can become Tibetan bashing to you. Tell us why you hate LT Lee
so much???


wrote:
wrote:
LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan custom but to you it can imply Tibetan
bashing. Tell us why do you hate LT Lee so much???


Chattering monkey Chen to the rescue! He rarely knows anything about
anything, but boy can he make noise! Dumber than a doornail but can
shriek like an old lady!

BTW, you're too dumb to understand this, but when people criticize the
Bush Administration, Bush and Co. have been known to respond "Why do
you hate America?" It's a lame way of deflecting criticism. Maybe you
could get a job with them.


wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).

Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?

Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.

Gotta get a little implicit Tibetan bashing in there, eh?



------------------------------


  #10  
Old August 9th 06, 05:15 PM posted to soc.culture.china,rec.pets.dogs.rescue,soc.culture.taiwan,alt.society.liberalism,rec.pets
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Posts: 5
Default Killing unwanted dogs


wrote:
Stop barking, start telling us why LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan
custom can become Tibetan bashing to you. Tell us why you hate LT Lee
so much???


Hi, my name is Jeff Chen. I'm not very smart, so I repeat myself a lot.
Did I mention that I'm not very smart so I repeat myself a lot?

It's hard to talk to a monkey.


wrote:
wrote:
LT Lee simply stated a Tibetan custom but to you it can imply Tibetan
bashing. Tell us why do you hate LT Lee so much???


Chattering monkey Chen to the rescue! He rarely knows anything about
anything, but boy can he make noise! Dumber than a doornail but can
shriek like an old lady!

BTW, you're too dumb to understand this, but when people criticize the
Bush Administration, Bush and Co. have been known to respond "Why do
you hate America?" It's a lame way of deflecting criticism. Maybe you
could get a job with them.


wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
wrote:
ltlee1 wrote:
Several posts had criticized China for killing 50,000 dogs to prevent
rabies.
This prompt me to look at dog killings/getting rid of unwanted dogs
practice in general. Thank to pawinthecity.org, American data is
readily available. Other netters are welcomed to add their inputs
concerning other countries.

How to deal with unwanted dogs?
Two ways:
1. To killed them actively.
2. To let them die as strayed dogs.

In America, 25.55 million dogs and cats are born every year. An
absolute majority of them would be killed or die as strayed dogs and
cats.

http://www.pawsinthecity.org/default.asp?nc=85&id=43
----------------------------
Nationwide Statistics:
1. Over 70,000 puppies and kittens are born everyday. 10,000 people are
born everyday. Do the math! There are not enough homes for the number
of animals born everyday.
2. 30% of animals in shelters are Purebreds. For every animal you
breed, a home is lost for an animal in a shelter.
3. 6-8 million animals enter shelters every year. Many more are strays
on the streets (Humane Society of the United States).
4. It costs US taxpayers almost $2 Billion to impound, shelter, kill,
and dispose of unwanted animals yearly. (Metroplex Animal Coalition).

Local Statistics:
1. An average of 200,000 healthy animals are euthanized in the
Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex every year. That is almost 548 animals every
day! (Metroplex Animal Coalition).
2. In 2004, The City of Dallas Animal Shelters alone impounded 28,686
dogs and cats. Of these, 25,699 were killed by lethal injection.
3. Every 3 minutes a dog or cat is euthanized (Metroplex Animal
Coalition).

Whatever happen to the good old days of dog meat delicacy? Has China
become civilized with Western believes that dog are no longer edible?
And dogs are to be killed and thrown away?

Yes. This is the 64 million dollar question.
What is actually more natural/humane/spiritual? Eat the otherwise
healthy dogs or burn them. Actually, some Tibetans still let the
animals eat the corpses of the deceased humans. They call the practice
sky burial.

Gotta get a little implicit Tibetan bashing in there, eh?



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