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British Performance Artist Eats Corgi
After Prince Phillip's pheasant hunting party shot and allegedly beat a fox to death, a British performance artist protests the action by eating the meat of a corgi dog.
The RSPCA claimed that the fox did not suffer, and thus, took no action against Prince Phillip nor any members of the hunting party. However, footage from several magazines and on www.animalaid.org.uk show a different story. The story written on the websites describes a cruel beating and unnecessary death, for which no one has been penalized. "The fox ran from his cover and was blasted with shotgun pellets. He fell to the ground twitching and the un-named man then beat him over the head with a pole. Four minutes later, when the last of the birds had been shot from the sky, the man returned to the fox and stamped on him before throwing his lifeless body into a hedge."
While many may have found the stunt in poor taste, McGowan stands by his convictions. On his website, markmcgowen.org, he states, "I know some people will find this offensive and tasteless but I am doing this to raise awareness about the RSPCA's inability to prosecute Prince Phillip and his friends for shooting a fox earlier this year, letting it struggle for life for 5 minutes and then beating it to death with a stick."
Corgi's have long been a favorite around the Royals and several have been known to have the run of Buckingham Palace. McGowan's choice of this breed was intended to be especially poignant and hopefully, to catch the eye of the Royal Family. The BBC reported that the corgi had died recently at a breeding farm. The meat was then cooked with apples, onion and seasoning and formed into meatballs. McGowan described it as "stinky, white-looking, not like any meat I've ever seen."
Animal activists from Peta approved of the stunt. Poorva Joshipura, the director of the European branch of Peta, told the BBC that "the idea of eating a corgi will make many people lose their lunch. But foxes, who are hunted for so-called entertainment, are no less capable of feeling fear and pain."