5 de ago de 2006
ALERT: BRUTAL DOG CULLING IN CHINA
The rabies outbreak in China could have been prevented by anti-rabies vaccination program which I am sure would have been provided by animal groups throughout the world if asked, not to mention help from the World Health Organization. More than 500,000 dogs may end up brutally killed in China. Please don't let man's best friend be brutally killed without one word of support. Write a letter today! Scroll down to find out what is happening.
PORTUGUESE: A epidemia da doenca rabica na China poderia ter sido evitada com um programa de vacinacao, o qual com certeza poderia ter recebido ajuda de grupos animais mundo afora, caso a China houvesse pedido, isso sem falar de ajudas da Organização Mundial da Saude. Mais de 500 mil caes poderao ser cruelmente mortos. Por favor não deixe o melhor amigo do homem ser morto tao brutalmente sem uma palavra nossa. Escreva uma carta hoje! Abaixo ha um modelo pronto se preferir.
SPANISH: A epidemia de la rabia en China se habría podido prevenir por vacunacion la cuál sin duda habría sido proporcionado por los grupos animales a través del mundo si estuvo pedido, no mencionar ayuda de la Organización Mundial de la Salud. No deje por favor lo mejor amigo del hombre ser matado brutal sin una palabra suya. ¡Escriba una carta hoy! Enrolle abajo para encontrar una muestra de carta.
LETTER TO CHINESE AUTHORITIES & NEWSPAPERS.
I understand that the stray dog population is a cause for concern, and it does pose a threat of rabies. But countries all over the planet face this problem and yet they are successfully dealing with the situation without employing men to beat dogs to death. China needs a viable rabies vaccination program, as well as one minimum of consideration for its citizens as family members watch in horror the brutality used to kill their pets.
Apart from the ongoing issue of dogs and cats being brutally killed for fur, China has a human and animal health problem which could have easily been brought under control if China did not try to hide it from the world which is eager to help.
Spay and neuter programs where the animals are returned to the streets are a humane and efficient solution. If you find it dishonorable to ask for help from other countries or even animal groups to help you deal with such a situation, do you find it more honorable that the world thinks of China as a country of savages? This is precisely how the world see you now, and however insignificant you may think a boycott of Chinese products is at the moment, soon it will become greater than what you expect as groups continue to ally themselves against China and Chinese products.
You can no longer commit such massacres and pretend to the world that nothing happened! Your country's treatment of its animals is attracting as much attention in the West as its record on human rights.
Your nameCity, Country
Dog cull in China to fight rabies
Chinese county culls 50,000 dogs in crackdown on rabies http://www.guardian.co.uk/china/story/0,,1835329,00.html
Chinese county massacres 50,000 dogs in campaign against rabies
Yunnan Dog Massacre, July 2006
China’s Culture of Cruelty
Up to half million dogs may be brutally killed in China http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060804/hl_afp/chinaanimalhealth
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