Working on a tip from activists (including Humane Society International partner groups) just two days before the “official” start of the dog meat “festival” in Yulin, authorities have seized a truck transporting more than 800 dogs to a dog meat market. After 10 hours of negotiation, the dogs were handed over to the activists. At . . .
In the year since Mercy For Animals released the latest in a long series of undercover investigations exposing criminal animal abuse at Tyson Foods, dozens of major food companies—including Subway, Burger King, Chipotle, Panera Bread, Starbucks, Jack in the Box, Aramark, Compass Group, and Applegate—have publicly committed to chicken welfare policies that ban cruel practices Tyson still inflicts on billions of birds! Nearly 600,000 consumers have signed our petitions asking Tyson to stop torturing chickens, but Tyson has yet to implement the commonsense standards that would prevent unimaginable animal suffering. This is unacceptable and must change. Please call on Tyson to join dozens of other companies in pledging to meet the chicken welfare standards laid out by Global Animal Partnership and replace live-shackle slaughter with multi-step controlled-atmosphere processing systems that eliminate the horrific suffering caused by shackling, shocking, and slitting the throats of conscious animals. Share this petition and visit TysonTorturesAnimals.com to take action.
Source: End The Dog Meat Trade
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