Puppies at a dog adoption day organised by the Non-Profit Making Veterinary Services Society. The society has partnered with ADP Pentagon Pets, which operates the Q-Pets and Red Carrot chains, to co-host adoption days and help rehome unwanted animals. Photo: Herman Tang

Pet shop chains stop selling animals to highlight cruelty of Hong Kong ‘pet factories’

  • Q-Pets and Red Carrot, both operated by ADP Pentagon Pets, have stopped trading in animals and launched a free adoption programme
  • The move aims to highlight the cruel breeding practices at ‘pet factories’ and the large number of animals abandoned every year in Hong Kong
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Puppies at a dog adoption day organised by the Non-Profit Making Veterinary Services Society. The society has partnered with ADP Pentagon Pets, which operates the Q-Pets and Red Carrot chains, to co-host adoption days and help rehome unwanted animals. Photo: Herman Tang
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