A Chinese cafe repainted dogs in pandas to stand out in the competitive market for food establishments that contain animals. This was told by CNN.
The owner of the establishment said that each repainting costs $ 212. Specialists use paint from Japan, which is supposedly safe for animals. With such dogs all visitors to the cafe can interact.
Repainting animals did not like the users of social networks and animal welfare. The second said that paint can adversely affect dogs. “Unnatural cosmetic procedures that do not benefit the animal’s health and well-being should never be performed,” according to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
Similar cases have occurred in China before. In 2016, tiger-colored dogs were sold on the streets . Children liked it, so parents bought animals. Then the dogs either changed their coat and their color became “normal”, or they died due to the dye entering the body. Vendors used cheap paints not intended for such purposes.