When a Chinese woman complained that her newly adopted Chihuahua had chipped, she was shocked to discover that her dog had been literally “eviscerated” for the purpose of the Chinese government’s infamous Covid vaccine policy.
The incident, which took place in November of last year, was published on the internet by Candi Paisely in late August. Paisely shared photographs of a lifeless puppy with severe internal injuries, the local government’s verdict given for the still unravelling investigation into the gruesome fate. The explicit evidence offered by Paisely’s sources led people to believe that the actual perpetrator had been the government itself, planning to extract organs from caged dog carcasses to extract organs from them — a practice officially banned in 1993. However, China’s veterinary supply company, Gan Li Animal Empowerment and Development, quickly put the ban to the test after the incident and discovered that, in fact, an employee had stuffed the dog’s body with three to four boxes of raw body parts.
The company later declared that this was not the case and that it was, in fact, one of its employees who had caused the mutilation, taking his last breath on the job. Needless to say, when confronted with the initial pictures of the dogs body, local politicians began to panic as accusations of a cover-up began to circulate.
In the midst of the nationwide debates that followed, friends of the dog’s owners turned to social media in an attempt to raise awareness of the story, to create a positive ripple effect. The photos, as well as the nickname “#Feisty Dog,” had set in motion a groundswell of goodwill for the dog’s owners. The local city government released its own apology, announcing that it would investigate further the case and continue the practice of dog sterilization within the city.
Recently, the day-to-day care of the dog, who will now continue to have to suffer to prevent rabies, has been taken on by its newly-found owners, who make sure to take her to the vet before the weather outside turns cold. And over on Weibo, where people took to share the dog’s story, it has been reported that thousands of people across China took to posts to call for a resumption of the municipal dog sterilization policy, something that has been largely halted ever since the Covid scares of 2017.
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