Chinese police pulled over a lorry carrying 386 dogs to slaughter at the annual dog-meat festival in the southern Chinese city of Yulin, which was scheduled to start on Tuesday – the summer solstice. 
Lin Xiong, one of the activists who watched the vehicle being pulled over, said: 'It was horrifying to see so many dogs in such an appalling state, it was like a truck from hell for these poor animals.'
In 2020, China’s ministry for agriculture and rural affairs ruled that dogs were companion animals, not 'livestock' for eating
386 dogs rescued from lorry heading to China dog-meat festival


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