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A truck packed with crates of dogs stops to get gas in Fujin

A truck packed with crates of dogs stops to get gas in Fujin
A truck packed with crates of dogs enroute to a slaughter house stops to refuel at a gas station in Fujin, a frontier town in China's northern Heilongjiang Province on July 31, 2013. Animal welfare organizations from across China have agreed to work together against what they term the "criminal and cruel" dog and cat meat industry. At least 10 million dogs are believed to be killed for waiting diners in China annually. Dog meat production has evolved from small-scale household businesses to a multi-million dollar industry of illicit dog traders. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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