However, I would like to add that it's not NEARLY as common as the stereotype would have one believe. I have visited a number of Asian countries and cities, and these are not common menu items in big cities. Also - regardless of which countries and local areas ACTUALLY eat these animals - they don't typically cook PETS - the animals consumed as food are wild animals, not domesticated ones. When people say dogs are eaten in Asia, they are not exactly the same kind of dogs that we think of as pets in other parts of the world (think more like a coyote). This stereotype is extremely exaggerated and often unfairly portrays all Asians as barbaric pet-killers, when in fact it's just people in specific (more often rural than not) areas surviving by eating the local wildlife - which is nothing out of the ordinary! In fact, the stereotype has become so bad that some countries have outlawed selling/consuming certain kinds of meat (kinds that would be considered normal in their culture) simply to improve international perceptions.
My point being, saying "Asians eat [insert animal here]," while to some extent true, isn't really a fair statement. Some countries consume them regularly, while others do not consume them at all or even consider it taboo. As was previously stated, it's easy to look it up. Just don't unfairly judge or stereotype cultures you don't understand.
My intent was not to offend, but I have seen way worse things here. I have seen gifs of train wrecks where who knows if the person died, I saw one of an air strike on a car( I'm pretty sure those people died). If you need more reasons to leave here is a blatantly racist meme that just got featured imgflip.com/i/zqpyj .
Those animals are not playing, they are fighting. The two people holding them are getting enjoyment by this act. That is wrong in the same area as dog fighting. Any reasonable person would understand that fact.