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Indonesia's Sulawesi Tomohon Extreme Market causes torture of animals after Tripadvisor critiques
JAKARTA, Indonesia -- Fighters call for the closing of the local wildlife market, praised as a touristic destination, where hundreds of thousand of dogs are beaten to death and burned to death. On Sulawesi Isle, known as Tomohon Extreme Market, one of the stores was previously on TripAdvisor's list of top destinations until pet protection groups lodged a complaint.
Tourism is still being promoted as a destination by travel agents and public servants. Animal protection groups say that the handling of pets in Tomohon and another country in the North Sulawesi provinces selling pets was "brutally cruel" and like "going through hell". Video clips filmed by the fighters at the two fairs in December show hounds crouching in pens, while the workmen take out the crying beasts and beat their faces with sticks of wood, while spectators of the fair, some with kids, are watching.
In Indonesia, the alliance of three Indonesian-based groups and the Humane Society International said that the sales of poultry flesh should be suspended for reasons of wildlife protection and for reasons of general good because of the potential for the spread ofbies. Nordsulawesi authorities have declined to hit the fighters, they said, and they are now demanding the federal administration to prohibit the tobacco market, which also sells feline flesh and the corpses of savage and conservation endangered animals such as boobies, serpents and other mammals.
On Wednesday, Lola Webber, a founding member of the Change For Animals Foundation, said she had attended living animals fairs around the globe, but was appalled by the scale of the ferocity on Sulawesi's market and its conversion into conversation. Only a small proportion of Indonesians eat dog food, but it is still an important commodity in a land of more than 250 million inhabitants.
Nordsulawesi's pet stores kill literally a thousand animals a week, most of which are exported from other Indonesian states.