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HyunA bursts into tears watching how dogs are bred on 'Animal Farm'

By jennywill   Sunday, May 15, 2016   103,097   7,555   194
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SBS' 'Animal Farm' managed to track down dog breeders.

The 15th's episode of the show broadcast disturbing footages of dogs being forcefully bred to be sold. Female dogs were not only forcefully impregnated by a needle, but also forced to go through Cesarean section by breeders who were neither trained in veterinary practices nor had the licenses.

The panel that was invited on the show as guests couldn't help but cry and mutter words of distress as they watched. HyunA burst into tears watching the video and said, "The scary thing is that these things happen because of supply and demand. This made me look back at myself and I hope many people learn how serious the problem is."


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    cutestwinry Tuesday, May 17, 2016

    Hyuna comment is exactly what I wanted to say Puppy breaders as they call them are some greedy bastards that are motivated by the demand, some people purshace puppies cause that's trendy just like an accessory, they choose cute and pretty ones, there is fewer who adopt dogs from shelters or even ill dogs that's so sad, humanity is becoming less human than it ever was !

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    yerosal Monday, May 16, 2016

    Vegans don't only eat a Bunch Of "grass" We Eat Beans, tofu,Quinoa, rice, Pasta, Seeds , Fruits And Vegetables.

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    allkpopuser448 yerosal Monday, May 16, 2016

    Yeah, go vegan! It's delicious and ethical!

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    whateverthecase Sunday, May 15, 2016

    boo hoo! Go home and eat some chicken

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    ama22005 Sunday, May 15, 2016

    This comment has been removed due to violation of our TOS. (Reason: spammer)

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    ladamenoire Sunday, May 15, 2016

    Barbaric.

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    ellazh12 Sunday, May 15, 2016

    go vegan

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    jelly1109 Sunday, May 15, 2016

    Everyone. I want to strongly encourage everyone to stop with the ridiculous vegan comments which are completely off topic. It is absolutely true that animals are mistreated in the consumption industry, but this article is more about PET SOURCES and ABUSIVE FORCE-BREEDING, which are important issues in their own right. ---Almost all puppies in pet stores come from Puppy Mills (this is an American term, but every country has its equivalent), and if you're not sure what that is, please look it up. It's really horrible and needs to stop. There are so many already-existing animals in need of families, so breeders are honestly not the best option. Dogs are not items/things/commodities/accessories. In the end, it's that *click* connection that creates bonds, and you never know which dog was born with the soul that connects with yours.

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    kefira14 jelly1109 Sunday, May 15, 2016

    And once again how is a cow any different from a dog when they're both being forcefully bred only for different purposes. A dog to become some meal or a friend meanwhile a cow to get milk. YES ABUSIVE FORCE BREEDING IS AN ISSUE AND IT HAPPENS IN THE DAIRY INDUSTRY TOO WHICH YOU CAN'T SEEM TO GET THROUGH YOUR DENSE HEAD.

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Monday, May 16, 2016

    ...Uh, listen. I'm not even down-voting you because I'm not about "winning" here with you. You need to learn how to speak to others more respectfully, especially if you actually want to be heard. I agreed with what you were saying at first, but you need to understand that this article addresses DOGS. It's great you want to spread awareness about abusive force breeding in the dairy industry and such, but you should NOT insult other people and go too far in your rants. I will not respond to you after this.

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    CeeDee03 jelly1109 Monday, May 16, 2016

    Well said and handled.

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    yerosal jelly1109 Monday, May 16, 2016

    Thank for writing what I'm trying to tell people.

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    kefira14 jelly1109 Monday, May 16, 2016

    When did this come about votes? I never even said anything about winning or votes. I have tried respect and only been met with ridicule and anger so yes I'm a little pissed and loose with my words. What is wrong with bringing up something of the same or similar subject? Nothing. The point is you're trying to make it seem like I'm far off topic when in fact I am not. Cows go through the exact same thing which you couldn't understand the last time you replied to me on a completely different comment. This is about abuse, and abusive force breeding of animals, excuse me for trying to bring light to all the issues instead of just one. Just because you don't like to hear it doesn't mean it's not one and the same. You seem like someone who's in denial of the abuse animals suffer so you can have milk in your cereal. Why do we choose to love dogs and cats, and then not care for cows, pigs, etc. who go through even more pain and suffering 90% of the time?

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Tuesday, May 17, 2016

    Although the abusive practices in the food industry are very important to spread awareness about as well, this article and petition is about the horrid puppy mill system. Just because they are not petitioning against the meat industry does not make them hypocrites for petitioning against puppy mills. That would be like saying you're a hypocrite for spreading awareness about North Korean refugees but not Syrian refugees. Yes, these issues are all interrelated but each in need of their own focus as well, especially if we actually want to make effective changes one important step at a time. If you write another rant in response to this, I'm just going to pass you off as mental.

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    kefira14 jelly1109 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    Never said petitioning against the puppy mill system made you a hypocrite. But you have to acknowledge the similarities between the way puppy mills operate and the way the dairy farm system operates. That's why it was brought up. That's why veganism was brought up. You can direct the importance to more than one issue. So because your denial at first of the similarities to force breeding on each end, the importance of each animals life, and me trying to make you see they're the same makes me mental...nice fucking logic.

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    Stop trying to say I'm denying anything. Everyone can see I obviously acknowledged both ends and you flew off your rocker screaming that I was doing injustice by not ranting about another area of animal abuse.

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    People will not react the way you want and talk about the exact things you want, and you can't get mad at every single person who does and start cursing at them disrespectfully.

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    You're the one who found another comment of mine where I was expressing MY own thoughts, and you went out of your way to harass me with profanity and putting words into my mouth. Grow up and respect others, despite your own uncontrolled rage.

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    kefira14 jelly1109 Wednesday, May 18, 2016

    You did not acknowledged the fact that it is the same thing and that I was not off track when you first replied to me, in fact you completely ignored it. I was very calm when replying to you then. On my post you told me I was off track while trying to be smart about it, that's what pissed me off. I called you dense and said you had nice fucking logic, boo hoo. I cursed at you once. You're the one that should grow up. Actually no I scrolled up and found your comment which was basically, "Everyone. I want to strongly encourage everyone to stop with the ridiculous vegan comments which are completely off topic. It is absolutely true that animals are mistreated in the consumption industry, but this article is more about PET SOURCES and ABUSIVE FORCE-BREEDING" At that point you completely ignored and threw away everything I covered in my original comment why they were in fact not ridiculous and off topic yet you still ignored that..so I brought it to your front door if you will. Sorry for being pissed that you tried to ignore everything I told you in the first place.

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    jelly1109 kefira14 Thursday, May 19, 2016

    LOL you're funny. I'm not going to even read your comments anymore.

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    kefira14 jelly1109 Thursday, May 19, 2016

    Because it's true and anyone can see it if they scroll down to find it.

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    neoncolors_0 Sunday, May 15, 2016

    Not just dogs. Pigs, cows, horses, chicken the animals that we shamelessly consume regularly.

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    crookedshanks Sunday, May 15, 2016

    Ugh this is disgusting. My family's dog was rescued from a puppy mill, it;s really hard for the dogs that are bred like this to adjust...

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    fairypanda Sunday, May 15, 2016

    people should stop buying dogs if it can makes this business stopped, why don't people just adopt a new born dog that abandoned on the street?

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