MANHATTAN (NEWSWATCH33) – The Oriental American Cuisine Association of New York has been granted permission to sell Dog Meat to its customers.
The Oriental American Cuisine Association successfully argued that the banning of consuming dog meat, which they pointed out, is in violation of their religious and cultural rights.
The organization has been granted provisional permission to slaughter, sell and consume dog meat, while awaiting the Supreme Court’s final decision of their case. All restaurants part of the association are allowed to slaughter up to 35 dogs per week, under the conditions that the canines are put down properly and humanely. The International Protection of Animal Safety called the decision “shocking” and vowed to fight the association in court to block the decision.
“We can not believe that such actions would be allowed on American soil. Dogs are precious and should not be used as food. We will not allow the courts to follow through with giving these savages permission to consume man’s best friend,” stated by Jonathan Olsen, President of IPAS.
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