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Cambodians feasting on Pattaya strays anger local dog lovers

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great solution. slow going if it is only going to be 1 a day though.

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They do eat them in the North and their skins are used on the insides of shoes.

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3 hours ago, mamborobert said:

Beats me why anyone would complain.  Where is the rational argument against this?

 

Saw this poster by PETA a while back

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I know it was meant to make people think, perhaps a particular way but all I thought was horse meat in France was pretty standard when I was growing up.  Rabbits standard in UK and OZ when growing up.  Oz now sells Kangaraoo in most supermarkets as a healthy heart red meat choice, endorsed by Health depts. Used to be only for dog food.  Likewise Emu in some places.  Quails were sold in Harrods, could never work out the attraction there as it just seems fiddly.

 

As long as the Cambodians are cooking it very well let them rip

 

Sharky maybe aint gonna be happy.

I eat horse every week. And if they had dog meat here and it tasted good i eould eat it too. The whole meat debate is hypocrite. There is no friendly meat eating. But at least i am aware and try to compensate on karma level.

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4 hours ago, Sigma6 said:

Is this article satire?!

TV are just making sure that you are paying attention...and reading to the end. It is a surveillance technique. No satire intended.

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there should be a bounty on stray dogs.

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can the Cambodians not come to soi10 bonkot,can have big

party for few days.

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5 minutes ago, Jane Dough said:

Are you saying a chocolate bar with coconut would make them more palatable?

are you related to play dough?

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44 minutes ago, Colabamumbai said:

They do eat them in the North and their skins are used on the insides of shoes.

I thought that's how Hush Puppies were made?

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5 hours ago, craigt3365 said:

If they love dogs so much, how about paying for spay and neuter?

Go find out...bet they already do in many cases. I do...people I know do.

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"Dog-lovers angry"

Wonderful!!

 

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I would not want my loved ones to be reincarnated as a Soi dog. Let a hungry man kill and eat the Soi dog so that they may be reincarnated as a Panda bear or unicorn or something other than a Soi dog.

What is the thinking gonna be when the Rottweiler and Pit Bull DNA starts showing up in these Soi Dogs? There is a for sure health hazard breading in a Soi near you.

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A grammar police post also a post  discussing moderation have been removed

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So the cops asked them not to eat Dogs well I am certain that will stop it TIT

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1 hour ago, Colabamumbai said:

They do eat them in the North and their skins are used on the insides of shoes.

They'll eat anything that can walk, crawl, fly, or swim.  Or anything that can't.

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If Thai people believe the street dogs are reincarnated sinful dead Thai people, then I would think they should be happy if people were eating them... because that miserable dog would get reincarnated into a better life... so its actually doing them a good service to help them on their way to the next life.

 

Is there a law saying people can not kill and eat feral dogs here, or is it just socially taboo?

 

I personally would not eat one, not because of moral reasons, but because they look like they are full of diseases and parasites... and they eat disgusting stuff off the streets. 

 

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, balo said:

Great way to reduce the soidog population. Is dog meat really that good? I guess anything goes with a bit of chilli .....

I found it a little sweet and stringy.

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2 minutes ago, Seismic said:

I found it a little sweet and stringy.

Was that Pedigree or Royal Canin?

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Better than having the Soi dogs feeding off the locals,

remember hearing in Singapore,a gang of Thai construction

workers had the local area devoid of dogs and cats, then they

went after some large very expensive Koi,in a park lake.

regards worgeordie

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From another thread it seems Cambodians now have the opportunity to eat iguana in Pattaya. A varied diet is to be recommended.

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ID: 50   Posted (edited)

 

 

The army are not going to kick up a stink about eating dog. Speak to any Thai soldier, it is fairly common to eat dog, especially on survival drills. 

 

A few posters here feel it ok to kill a Soi dog because they take a dump in the street. If you live in Pattaya you have contributed to the sewerage in Pattaya Bay, so a bit hypocritical.

i have no problem with killing a dog for food. But killing them because they annoy you?

 

Pattaya Soi dogs aren't exactly grain fed or Waygu.

But I suppose they are free range, and probably more hygienic than many battery farmed animals that we buy in the supermarket that have spent their miserable lives locked up wallowing in their own shit.

 

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