hansioux wrote:Sorry, I'm ranting cause I saw a bunch of such people over new years weekend. There's a sign that says do not feed the animals right above that guy's head. When they take that photo, that sign's probably in the shot.
hansioux wrote:There's a general lack of respect for animal dignity. In general Taiwanese put their own short-term convenience and acquisition of wealth above anything else: be it the environment of their oh so beloved "Tâi-oân" when they litter or discharge industrial waste water; pedestrians who need to fear for their life when A-Huang wants to ride his scooter on the sidewalk; ... .
Nuit wrote:That looks like the monkey bridge near Donghe, Taidong.
If so, those creatures are so badly behaved it's untrue (and all because of their habituation to being fed by man). Last and only time we were there, 6 years ago, a large male jumped on our car, stripped the windscreen wiper rubber and escaped with it up a pole. It didn't taste like liquorice, so he threw it back down in disgust.
wonder wrote:BTW, I followed all the instructions somebody posted in this section about reporting animal cruelty and that was two days ago and nothing has happened. I left my cell number and email and zero response.
Will this be another example of wasting time regarding the welfare of pets in this country? Let's hope not.
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