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    Some kitty facts:
    In Guangdong and Guangxi provinces in south-eastern China, some–especially older–people consider cat flesh a good warming food during winter months. However, in northern China eating cat is considered unacceptable


    In Guangdong, cat meat is a main ingredient in the traditional dish "dragon, tiger, phoenix" (snake, cat, chicken), which is said to fortify the body

    With the increase of cats as pets in China, opposition towards the traditional use of cats for food has grown. In June 2006, approximately 40 activists stormed the Fangji Cat Meatball Restaurant in Shenzhen, forcing it to shut down.

    In the Animist Narikurava community in India; it has been reported that cat meat has been served on the occasion of the birth of a male child.


    Nice to see China is getting away from that.
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    In Guangdong and Guangxi provinces in south-eastern China, some–especially older–people consider cat flesh a good warming food during winter months. However, in northern China eating cat is considered unacceptable.
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    As in United States it is unacceptable.

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    My property is on a large river that gets 4-5 runs of salmon a year,
    there's wildlife everywhere. Even if snowed in and no power, I could
    still get to the river for water and dinner.

    My Mrs. grew up on a farm in Illinois, and we have a full sized freezer
    and two fridge-freezers. We'd probably be good for at least three months
    just with what is here.

    I discussed the idea of having cat or dog for dinner with my buddy Scruff,
    and he was rather adamant that dogs would definitely taste better than
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    My neighbors cat sauntered over, and I asked her what she thought
    about it all...

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    That is a hilarious picture for sure !

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat-tekker-cat View Post

    not sure how I'm feeling bout this....

    mf's should buy a can of spray paint & learn to mark roadkill,
    if they that desperate..... j/s...
    That reminds me of the especially delicious Himalayan Possum stew Because we found Himalayan in the road
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat-tekker-cat View Post

    not sure how I'm feeling bout this....

    mf's should buy a can of spray paint & learn to mark roadkill,
    if they that desperate..... j/s...
    I hope no one eats their cat My brother's cats love me cause I give them pieces of meat as opposed to their usual canned stuff. Well, love might be too strong. a word.
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    Why would you spray paint road kill? I have picked up road kill to eat, sure as heck would not go putting paint on my food.
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    I think cats are better served as a condiment. Cat soup and Fries go great together!
    Dig till you drop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddjob View Post
    Why would you spray paint road kill? I have picked up road kill to eat, sure as heck would not go putting paint on my food.
    Maybe to mask the odor? No idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly Prince View Post
    Maybe to mask the odor? No idea.
    Good wine soak and 12 days in the deep freezer, if it still smells then throw it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oddjob View Post
    Why would you spray paint road kill? I have picked up road kill to eat, sure as heck would not go putting paint on my food.
    Lol, you use the spray paint to mark the old roadkill, when heading out in the morning, that way, upon return in the evening or at night, anything that doesn't have spray paint mark, you know is "fresh"....

    I can't believe I actually had to explain that.....
    or, even know them things....

    Of course, no one wants a sick cat....

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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    If you have ever spent anytime in Vietnam you have eaten both! Known it or not
    Uncle Sam did not send me to Vietnam. Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Karachi Pakistan ( armpit of the world IMHO ). I would always buy the mystery meat chunks on a stick, cooked by some street vendor over a small charcoal burner. Very tasty! We called it monkey meat, who knows what it was. As you say, could have been cat, dog, or monkey.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kray Gelder View Post
    Uncle Sam did not send me to Vietnam. Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Karachi Pakistan ( armpit of the world IMHO ). I would always buy the mystery meat chunks on a stick, cooked by some street vendor over a small charcoal burner. Very tasty! We called it monkey meat, who knows what it was. As you say, could have been cat, dog, or monkey.
    I would have to say 99% positive on the monkey or rat/cat. Dog is a bit of a delicacy. 50/50 on a street vendor serving it. Would be in the better restaurants
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbilly Prince View Post
    Some kitty facts:
    In Guangdong and Guangxi provinces in south-eastern China, some–especially older–people consider cat flesh a good warming food during winter months. However, in northern China eating cat is considered unacceptable


    In Guangdong, cat meat is a main ingredient in the traditional dish "dragon, tiger, phoenix" (snake, cat, chicken), which is said to fortify the body

    With the increase of cats as pets in China, opposition towards the traditional use of cats for food has grown. In June 2006, approximately 40 activists stormed the Fangji Cat Meatball Restaurant in Shenzhen, forcing it to shut down.

    In the Animist Narikurava community in India; it has been reported that cat meat has been served on the occasion of the birth of a male child.


    Nice to see China is getting away from that.
    The Chinese have eaten every animal there is. All the birds are gone, game is gone, I doubt any reptiles are left. Every square inch of land has something growing on it. Of course, I exaggerate, but not by much.

    I might mention, in a small town not far from me, the Chinese restaurant is next door to the SPCA shelter...Hmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by trdking View Post
    I would have to say 99% positive on the monkey or rat/cat. Dog is a bit of a delicacy. 50/50 on a street vendor serving it. Would be in the better restaurants
    Never thought of rat. If it was, it was yummy.
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