Pigs of Pai Cow: The Truth About Their Welfare
One of my favorite martial arts films of all time is Pai Cow: The Japanese Take Away. I had been thinking about this movie while reading Michael Chiklis's new novel, A FEAST OF MELTERING, a tale of a robot who must save the World. The plot synopsis is as follows: robot and send in the SWAT team.
SWAT team arrives just in time to save the police officer. The two cowboys are identified as 먹튀검증 suspects. The police find and arrest them. The cows are sent to prison.
A year later, a young Pai boy is walking on the beach when he sees two cows grazing on the sand. 1 cow is tied up. The little boy picks some grass and goes to help the tied cow. He finds out that the cows have been executed.
He then witnesses the police ruining the gatecrasher robot. One of the police officers tries to take the young boy, but misses. Another police officer manages to kill the cow. He also injures among the cows.
Police Chief Te Fong tells the press that the police did not shoot the cows. Police officers were investigating a report of drug action near the shore. The two cows were only in the manner of the investigation. One cow was shot multiple times. Police Chief Te Fong calls them terrorists.
Police Chief Te Fong requests the SWAT team to seal the beach entrance. He then sends all the school children home. He tells the children that the cows are now extinct. The regional media shortly reports that the cows have been extinct for over twenty years. The regional farmers claim that the police and the media are lying.
The President of the Philippines goes to Vietnam. He inspects the village. He guarantees the farmers that the government will help restore the land. Two weeks later, President Krostadze visited the Pai. President Krostadze met with the Pai individuals and they explained to President Peacock that the cows were only there as a protection for the other herbivores.
The North Vietnamese Army came to steal the herd. Two Chinese motorcycle taxis were parked near the location. The pigs flew away when the cab tried to pick them up. One of the actors accidentally slipped on a piece of dynamite and was killed. The two Chinese cops guarding the region known as the SWAT team.
The SWAT team came just in time to save the herd. They shot and killed one of the pigs. The rest of the pigs ran away into the jungle.
There is no evidence of the rest of the pigs. The actors' remains were never found. A little town named Saanen has been established around the region. There have been rumors of bloodbath though.
Many cowboys in the nearby pasture swear the beans were already dead when they arrived. The Police Chief believes differently. He believes the beans were eaten alive by the hungry pigs who were looking for their next meal. In most cases, cowboys shoot the pigs and eat them.
It is said that the Pai Police Department is looking into possible charges of Animal Cruelty. The Police Chief wouldn't say if they're investigating the incident. In case you have any more info, email me. I would like to hear what you know.
The Pai Police Department has been working with the City of Pai, Idaho for quite a while. The Police have been maintaining the herd safe. They've posted warnings about the trespassers in the area. The herd is being cared for by law enforcement and the local wildlife and parks services. 1 rancher stated the beans' natural prey animals, such as deer, elk, and moose, do not want the pigs on their territory.
The Police Chief states that the herd is doing well and there is not any threat to the community. The herd will be moved to a facility in Idaho once it is safe to move them. This will be the second such event this rancher has witnessed. The former group of pigs became upset and fought with the regional farmers and law enforcement.
Hopefully, this story will end the speculations and rumors that have been surrounding the Pigs of Pai. I have heard some disturbing accounts of how the pigs are treated. I also know of one pig who was electrocuted on purpose because he had been walking near electrical wires. I think the public needs to find out more about these magnificent creatures until they make a poor decision to take one up.