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Nong PingKhong is a dog that had a nylon rope tightly tied around her neck for many days. Apparently she's another victim of the cruel practice of dog meat eating. In Northern Thailand it's a common method among the Shan immigrants to use a knotted rope to catch a dog they want to eat. A monk at Wat Kasetmai in Amphur San Sai said that two temple dogs disappeared and one came back with a nylon rope tightly tied around her neck. It's clear that someone tried to catch her, but she bit the rope and ran back to the temple. She's lucky but her other friend wasn't. Prior to that incident some Shan men came to the temple as asked the monks to take some dogs home on the pretext of wanting to give them home. Fortunately the monks didn't believe their story.
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