kakaze wrote:AgnesOgg: we have cat cafeterias here in China, but you don't go there to play with the cats!
oh....who would want to eat a kitten...???
forbes.com wrote:While rat has recently been sold as “heavenly dragon meat” in Guangzhou, cats are being packaged into a dish called “a scramble of dragon and tiger.”
I'll skip the horrendous cooking method...
forbes.com wrote:Beyond purely culinary considerations, the flesh and blood of cats are considered to have a particular benefit in restoring male sexual potency. In spite of the widespread piracy of Viagra in China -- or perhaps because the fake Viagra doesn't work -- men continue to turn to such extraordinary sources for help.
Brings a whole new meaning to the term "Got pussy?"
forbes.com wrote:At Guangzhou’s largest live animal wholesale market in the suburbs, tens of thousands of cats change hands at a price of 7 yuan (92 cents) each.
That's a lot of cats!
You can read the entire article here:
http://www.forbes.com/2007/07/25/guangz ... can04.html
: The method of preparation is very brutal!