sábado, 27 de junho de 2015

Shame on Bragança!

I am writting this post to tell you about the bloodthirsty and sadistic tradition that today I was aware that  happens in my country, Portugal, in a place named Bragança.
To celebrate the festivities of São João, in the village, the villagers put the cat inside the ceramic pot up in the electricity post and then they set fire to the cat that is burnt alive while those scoundrel applause and laugh while the pet experiences an agonizing death!
This happened in my country and I feel revolted and ashamed, how can I feel so bad about the chinseses in the Yulin dog festival in China when stuff like this happens here?
Please help me spreading this horror tradition so we can ashame the town and make them stop!

(Link to the awful video here: http://www.publico.pt/multimedia/video/queima-do-gato-vila-flor-20150626-105947
Fromto end this horror here: http://peticaopublica.com/psign.aspx?pi=PT77608)

sexta-feira, 26 de junho de 2015

Nepal, is doing it right!

Next week I was absolutely revolted and shcoked and disgusted to live in a planet where there is a dog meat festival where dogs are brutally killed (like boiled alive, decapitaed, beaten to death) and brutally treated before they are murdered and then eaten. This gruesome festival is the Yulin and happens in China. I have talked about dog meat trade in Asia on my blog before, and unfortunatelly yes, some people in Asia eat cats and dogs.
But today I read that there is a festival in Nepal named Tihar, where dogs are celebrated for being beautiful and friendly creatures, this really warmed my heart, the expression of love and gratitude on those dog's eyes are priceless. This is how we should treat a best friend!
Good to know not everything is bad in this world. :)
Much love to Nepal!:)

(Read: http://www.the-open-mind.com/nepal-holds-tihar-festival-to-celebrate-dogs-not-eat-them/)