Taiwan bans slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption!!
BBC reported on April 11, 2017
that the “Taiwan’s parliament has approved a bill banning the slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption.
The bill also prohibits those using a car or motorbike from pulling their pets alongside them on a lead as they travel. Anyone caught breaching the order faces a large fine or up to two years in prison – and having their names and photographs made public.
The measures were introduced to improve the country’s animal protection laws. The move on Tuesday is a landmark amendment to Taiwan’s Animal Protection Act, and is the first of its kind in Asia.”
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Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen, is the first female president of that nation and she used her leadership role to bring this important change to her country – to ban the slaughter of dogs.
What a contrast to South Korea’s first female president, Park Geun-Hye, who abandoned her pet dogs – 9 Jindo dogs and puppies, when she was impeached for corruption and moved from the presidential palace.
South Korea must follow the example of Taiwan and stop the cruel dog meat consumption. South Korea is giving other Asian nations such as Taiwan, a negative image to the world, because many people mistakenly believe that all Asian countries eat dogs.