I saw dogs which were crammed in far worse than in this photo, but the vendors know that there’s only one reason foreigners go there and they aren’t happy to see us. So, this was the best photo I could take on the sly.
I also saw goats, birds (some of which were packaged in mesh bags– like for onions– still alive), and cats. Next to the cages were prepared cuts of meat. One cage had a partially processed dog lying on the top of it, waiting to be butchered.
I wanted to get a photo of the dog restaurant with a smiling dog on the sign, but we were stopped and questioned by some unfriendly types and thought it best to head back to the main road.
At the dentist, I finally got the tooth fixed that I chipped in October. After the Summer of Dental Repairs, I was pretty used to some nice discounts, so I have to admit I wasn’t too pleased to pay $100 for the repair, since it literally took 5 minutes. Yes, I am completely ungrateful, I know, especially since that tooth now looks better than the ones around it.