Recently a news article mentioned the incident, something to ponder with holiday feasting season arriving. Actually, it shouldn’t be shocking news about a practice that has always been normal nutrition sources in many areas of the world.
Also, consider that US animal shelters euthanize nearly three million stray cats and dogs every year. The difference is that in Asia it’s a food source of animal protein, the same as we slaughter cattle, pigs, chickens, turkeys and other animals for our food sources.
Therefore, in your wanderings around the world, don’t be outraged when you see parts of Fido and/or Fluffy on the menu. Remember that you regularly dine on Donald, Daffy, Bambi, Elsie, Ferdinand and other critter favorites from childhood days.