Indonesia: Dog Meat Dog Trussed For Slaughter
Look carefully at this photograph and you’ll see the rope threaded under the dog’s front legs, across it’s chest and threaded up behind it’s neck, used to tie the dog onto the branch, to make carrying the dog easier for the man. This must be extremely painful for the dog, with his full body weight bearing down on his chest cavity, and his bound legs extended out in front of him, straining all his back muscles and spine.
The dog has it’s mouth bound tightly shut and is unable to pant, to cool his body temperature down. In the Indonesian tropical heat, as the pain in the dog’s chest and back increases, so does his panic at being unable to pant or free himself. This dog was photographed in Singaraja, Indonesia.
I have first hand accounts of other instances in Indonesia where trussed dogs are left bound and tied for days, in the heat. Death becomes a welcome relief to these dogs, when no one comes to rescue them. Death brings peace from pain and further suffering inflicted upon them by humans who have betrayed their loyalty and forgiving heart.
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