Seven dogs squashed into tiny cages are freed from Cambodian slaughterhouse

  Mail Online 

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Michael Chour, 49, flew to Cambodia in May on a mission to save as many dogs from possible from being killed for their meat. He said the dogs were denied food, battered with poles and thrown around.
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