This is where some seized North Korean pet dogs end up

The North Koreans were troubled by the dictator Kim Jong Un’s order to confiscate their pets in the capital, with some sparrows still to be seen at the zoo.

The report said that the country has kept a collection of canine during demonstrations in state-run zoos several times, following Kim’s orders to seize pamper-loving puppies in Pyongyang, as they have been exposed to Western “decadence” Represent.

The Koki leader made a fresh call in July to round up the house pets again, a source told South Korean newspaper Chun Ilbo.

“Authorities have identified homes with pet dogs and are forcing or forcing them to seize them and put them down,” the source said.

The regime says keeping dogs as pets is part of the “bourgeois ideology”, the source said.

The paper states that some of the seized dogs are locked in Korea Central Xu in Pyongyang and other animal sanctuaries.

Dog meat is a popular food in the country, and recent food shortages have made it a more viable option to eat.

The source said that the owners of the poor are “cursing Kim Jong Un”, but there is nothing they can do.

The South China Morning Post reported in 2018 that the country has re-enacted a policy without domesticated dogs since the late 1980s.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
North Korean leader Kim Jong UnKCNA via Reuters

But the country’s oligarchs keep coming back to him – and Kim reportedly has no problem with Shih Tzus, his own collection of German shepherds and other breeds. His late father Kim Jong Il also had dogs

In 2018, Kim called South Korean President Moon Jae-in two hunting dogs as “peace puppies”.

The Morning Post said that a few days later, it surfaced that North Korea was demanding dog peels from its citizens as an annual tribute. The pellets were to be used for jackets.


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