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Chinese Rescue 1000 Cats Instead of Eating Them

A truck carrying 1,000 cats crashed in Hunan province on its way to restaurants in Guangdong. A police officer sent out a call via Weibo and dozens of volunteers showed up to rescue the poor cats and treat the ones that were injured. The group then paid the driver of the truck for the “livestock” [...]

A truck carrying 1,000 cats crashed in Hunan province on its way to restaurants in Guangdong. A police officer sent out a call via Weibo and dozens of volunteers showed up to rescue the poor cats and treat the ones that were injured. The group then paid the driver of the truck for the “livestock” and took them to an animal shelter.

Chinese cats being rescued

Chinese cats being rescued

These cats were destined to be food. How does this work?

Another Chinese paradox or cultural shift?

Filed under: Animals, China

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