Dog Rescued Outside A Dog Meat Store After Giving Its Paw To A Passerby

The American Eskimo dog, likely a stolen pet, was spotted outside a dog meat store in Jilin, China's Province last October and rescued by the bystander.

It was adopted by an area animal lover and has lived with her happily since. The dog, named Yuan Yuan, gives its paw to the stranger during a trusting manner.

Wendy Higgins from animal welfare group Humane Society International (HSI) said: TheThe dog in the video shows human kindness by providing paws, which must indicate that the dog is almost certainly a previous pet, and it is likely that it was stolen for the meat trade. Wendy says dogs and cats across Asia need robust laws to guard them from the meat trade.

This is the only reason that prevents them from suffering. Chinese animal welfare organizations, activists also as state-run media outlets are urging the country's leaders to pass their first law against animal abuse.

Two Chinese cities, Shenzhen and Zhuhai, have banned residents from eating dogs and cats in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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