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Don’t Tell Barack… Activists Save 500 Caged Dogs From Chinese Restaurants

Here boy! Don’t tell Barack… Activists rescue over 500 dogs destined for restaurants in China. The Daily Mail reported: Crammed into tiny cages and enduring appalling conditions, these dogs had been destined for restaurant tables in China. But they were … Continue reading ?
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