Police have arrested the owner of Teriyaki House after allegedly adopting hundreds of dogs and cats for use in their Teriyaki
October 30, 2014
SUMNER WA - Police arrested the owner of Teriyaki House after several local animal shelters expressed concerns about his adoption of hundreds of dogs and cats. The owner along with several employees have 'adopted' at least 125 dogs and cats from local animal shelters.
We spoke with a worker at one of the animal shelters (who requested to be left anonymous) and she had the following to say:
"I found it quite odd how often I would see either the Owner of the Teriyaki House or some of his employees show up at one of the shelters. I rotate between several animal shelters and noticed an alarming trend. The Teriyaki House workers would rotate from shelter to shelter to try and make it not obvious. Since I rotated through I would see them in the shelters at an alarming rate. They would often shout at each other in Japanese and point at the one that looked the tastiest. Typically they would choose a fat cat or a bulldog if we had them."
PETA has announced their collective outrage, "If your going to kill dogs and cats from shelters at least give them decency and throw the entire carcass in the dumpster. Don't eat them and throw just the bones away."
The FDA has shut down the restaurant and it is not suspected to be open until they can prove they are using beef or other approved meats for human consumption.