This picture sent a cold shiver down my spine.
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The shadow of a worker using a stick to club a dog before slaughter is seen, at Bambanglipuro village in Bantul, near the Indonesian city of Yogyakarta May 29. The Suwardi family has been running a dog slaughter business since 1985, and up to 30 dogs are killed everyday for their meat, which consumers believe can cure skin diseases and boost vitality. The Suwardi family buys the dogs at about 150,000 rupiah ($17.50) each. A meal comprising of dog meat and plain rice costs about 8000 rupiah ($0.90).