President’s anger forces citizens to ditch pet dogs as meat for restaurants

President's anger forces citizens to ditch pet dogs as meat for restaurants
President17;s anger forces citizens to ditch pet dogs as meat for restaurants

The North Korean government is now forcing its citizens to submit their pet dogs so that they be used as food.

Pet dogs are slaughtered in restaurants used as dog meat while others are dropped off at the National Zoo, Sky reports.

North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly embarked on a food shortage movement in the country.

While ordinary people raise pigs other animals, pet dogs are mainly owned the elite wealthy in the nation17;s capital, Pyongyang.

The president had in July 020 banned the possession pets, denouncing as 20;a trend tainted bourgeois ideology21;.

Sky quoted a source as saying that pet owners 20;curse Kim Jong Un behind his back,21; but there17;s little they do.

The source said: “Ordinary people pigs cattle on their porches, but high officials wealthy own pet dogs, which has stirred up some resentment.

Using dogs as a meal popular tradition in China the Korean Peninsula.

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