Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo
Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo

‘Blind boxes’ containing more than 100 live kittens and puppies found dumped as China’s latest mail-order pet craze continues

  • ‘Blind boxes’ evolved out of a recent craze over the last few years for sending surprise packages through the mail in China
  • Another blind box operation was shut down in May this year after a raid by animal rights activists, who say most of the animals do not survive

Topic |   China society
Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo
Over 100 dogs and cats packaged and sold online as “pet mystery boxes” were dumped beside a road in Shanghai. Photo: Weibo
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