Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Dog Day Sunrise

SHANGHAI, China -- A county in southwestern China has killed as many as 50,000 dogs in a government campaign ordered after three people died from rabies, official media reported Tuesday, August 1.

The five-day massacre in Yunnan province's Mouding county spared only military guard dogs and police canine units, the Shanghai Daily reported, citing local media.

Dogs being walked were taken from their owners and beaten on the spot, the newspaper said. Other killing teams entered villages at night, creating noise to get dogs barking, then honing in and beating them to death.


Here's hoping this is anti-China propaganda, perhaps spread by that mischevious Falun Gong.

In case it's not, Spare Change News salutes those 50,000 (cruelly) euthanized canines, who probably never wanted rabies in the first place. Perhaps we can reanimate Louis Pasteur and get him into Yunnan province, STAT.



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