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Regrann from #nom_aly - A Pet Pig That Was Newly Adopted By A Canadian Couple Was Later Killed And Eaten By Them 2/23/18
The owners are not facing any charges.
Canadians everywhere are outraged after a newly adopted pet pig was killed and eaten by its owners.
Molly was a three-year-old Vietnamese potbelly pig who arrived at the BC SPCA after being saved during a cruelty investigation. She was nursed back to health by staff and was later adopted by a Vancouver Island couple on Jan. 19.
Almost a month later on Feb 16., locals discovered Molly had been killed and eaten. Brandee McKee, an acquaintance of the owners and also a pet pig owner, says the couple did not know how to take care of Molly properly and eventually decided to send her to the slaughter for food.
The owners are currently not facing charges. The BC SPCA says that since animals are considered property by law, the owners who adopt them are given the full legal rights to that animal, whether it’s a dog, cat or pig.
“The reality is, it’s not illegal to kill your own animal in Canada,”adds the BC SCPA “Someone can take a gun and shoot their dog in the head and as long as the dog dies instantly, unfortunately there’s no law against that.”
Investigators were sent to the property to determine whether Molly was killed in a humane manner. Since they concluded that her killing was indeed carried out humanely and that she didn’t suffer, no charges were given to the owners.
What’s even harder to stomach is that the owners made a social media opportunity after Molly’s killing. They posted photos of themselves seasoning the meat and preparing to eat it on Snapchat, causing an outrage online.
Tired af after the self-love workshop today, but happy nonetheless. It was really special! ☀
Treating myself to a Not-meatball Marinara sandwich from @thecanvascafee1 💖💖
If you missed the self-love workshop this time round, there's another one in exactly one month!
I've reduced the spaces to just 10 people to retain intimacy & a feeling of safety, so tickets are likely to go fast.
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