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A very cute puppy whom I have named Theseus was run over in NRI colony GK 4 New Delhi. I live nearby in C.R Park so I got call around 10:30 pm.  The ones who stood there to point where the puppy was and who ran over the puppy refused to come with me to the police station to file a complaint even though the man who ran over the puppy apparently said "so what its just a stray dog". Well that's how this world works. Anyways , the puppy is doing better now. She has 7 fractures so rods had to be inserted. Special thanks to my cousins Shrabani , Arundhati and brother in law Saurabh for pitching in for the expenses and also my parents. Also thanks to Max Vets for his care and my friend Saptarshi for his help.

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Another terrible animal cruelty case in Delhi

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Even though its completely illegal , they continue to do it with complete impunity . Please see this dailymail report.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3688190/Dog-meat-death-pits-unveiled-Kohima-Nagaland-India-shocking-footage.html

The dog meat death pits: Terrified animals are hog-tied and thrown on top of each other before being clubbed to death for India's illegal canine flesh trade in shocking footage 

  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
  • Chilling video footage shot in Kohima, India, shows inhumane dog killings
  • Dogs' mouths stitched closed so they don't make a noise when smuggled
  • Dog meat consumption already illegal in India, but laws are openly flouted  
  • It's thought more than 30,000 dogs are killed in Nagaland state every year
  • Animal society's chief says the cruelty is the worst he has ever witnessed
  • Across Asia, 30 million dogs are killed annually for human consumption

 

Horrifying footage has emerged unveiling the cruel underground dog trade in India where pets' mouths are stitched closed before they are clubbed to death.

The chilling video was shot in a dog meat death pit in Kohima, where canines were beaten with wooden sticks and killed in front of each other for their meat.

It's thought more than 30,000 dogs are killed by smugglers - who stitch their lips together to keep them quiet during transport - every year in Nagaland, India, alone. 

 
Harrowing behind the scenes video shows India's brutal dog meat trade

 
 
 
 
It's thought more than 30,000 dogs are killed by smugglers - who stitch their lips together to keep them quiet during transport - every year in Nagaland, India, alone

It's thought more than 30,000 dogs are killed by smugglers - who stitch their lips together to keep them quiet during transport - every year in Nagaland, India, alone

The chilling video was shot in a dog meat death pit in Kohima, where canines were beaten with wooden sticks and killed in front of each other for their meat

The chilling video was shot in a dog meat death pit in Kohima, where canines were beaten with wooden sticks and killed in front of each other for their meat

Humane Society International in India has written to the Chief Minister of Nagaland to urge the government to implement the existing ban on dog meat consumption, patrol trade routes and shut down markets like this one

Humane Society International in India has written to the Chief Minister of Nagaland to urge the government to implement the existing ban on dog meat consumption, patrol trade routes and shut down markets like this one

Dogs packed in sacks with just their heads poking out, their mouth either stitched closed or bound tight with rope to keep them quiet so that they can be illegally smuggles into Nagaland from neighbouring states

Dogs packed in sacks with just their heads poking out, their mouth either stitched closed or bound tight with rope to keep them quiet so that they can be illegally smuggles into Nagaland from neighbouring states

 

The footage was taken by Humane Society International in India (HSI/India) at local markets in Kohima and Dimapur.

It shows dogs packed in sacks with just their heads poking out, their mouth either stitched closed or bound tight with rope to keep them quiet so that they can be illegally smuggles into Nagaland from neighbouring states.

During transport and display in the markets, they are denied movement, food or water, before finally being clubbed to death. 

The limp, dead bodies of the bloodied dogs are thrown around the market, landing on other canines who watch on as they await the same fate.  

 

HSI/India's managing director, N. G Jayasimha, who witnessed the dog death pits, said: 'It has been a heart-breaking experience to go to Nagaland and watch these terrified dogs being subjected to such an horrific death.



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