Tigers Turned Into Wine As Shocking Chinese Cruelty Is Revealed


Captive-bred tigers are being turned into “tonic wines”, a stark new documentary by China Central Television (CCTV) has revealed.

Tigers are facing extinction and as few as 3,500 survive in the wild, yet more than 5,000 captive-bred tigers are held in sickening Chinese ‘farms’ and ‘zoos’ in horrific conditions.

There, they are forced to perform routines in front of paying audiences, have their teeth and claws pulled out while they are still alive and are ultimately turned into rugs, charities have said.


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