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Animal Raccoon dogs are usually reared for their fur. They are short, gray furred dogs which have looked almost similar to Pomeranians and are very cute. These dogs are kept in unhygenic condition and have no protection against heavy rain, wind or scorching sun. They are still alive when their skin is being cut from their body and if they resist too much then beaten until they become quite. After the skin is removed the dogs are thrown into a pile of dogs whose skins have already been removed. Some dogs even stay alive after they throw them into the pile of dead bodies with their eyes blinking a little and the blood oozing all over their body. 

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That sounds just absolutely horrible!  :angry:

Thinking about such cruelty on animals gives me goosebumps. However, I wonder what can be done to stop this torture on animals. One person can do nothing to stop such a big business, no matter what he does. The issue should be solved in a way similar to how the global warming issue is solved. Almost all the people all over the world must be made aware of this cruelty to animals and the necessary action must be taken. Environmentalists should fight and stand up against this issue in the way similar to how they stand up against global warming. 

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