Major animal rights group uses Hindu quote to slam Yulin

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Anti-Fur society, which has thousands of supporters and followers, used a quote from Hindu religious text which calls for complete compassion and harmony to bash Yulin which is the much-abhorred dog and cat meat fest of China. The group posted the picture which quoted from Bhagavad Gita in the context of Yulin:

“When you feel the suffering of every living being in your heart, that’s consciousness.’

The group also wrote to its followers that this was a difficult day for its team as they had to post a lot about poor cats and dogs who would be tortured in the Yulin festival in China.

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It also wrote:

Nothing offers much relief for our souls as there isn’t much we can do to end their suffering, the shameful cruelty inflicting in the innocent. Thank you all for your support and for spreading the word so one day the entire world may become aware and fight against it.

Every year in the Yulin festival in China, thousands of dogs and cats are slaughtered cruelly for food.

What many do not know is that dog meat is also eaten and is found in Nagaland , a state of India, a Hindu-majority nation and also the birthplace of Bhagavad Gita.

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