8 Heartbreaking Photo Series Of Strays Before They Are Put To Death Ever

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Photographer Yun-Fei Tou has taken series of photos of stray dogs before humane killings. Those pictures show the dogs as close as 30 minutes, which styled like human portraits. Taken in Taiwan by the government, the portraits of stray dogs move every viewer into tears. From those pictures, the poor dogs’ faces seem to come into life. You may can’t help to seeing such unknown facial expression.

At death's door: This dog, photographed in a Taiwanese pound, died just under two hours after this photograph was taken
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At death’s door: This dog, photographed in a Taiwanese pound, died just under two hours after this photograph was taken

Piercing: Photograph Yun-Fei Tou used portrait techniques to emphasize the facial expressions of the doomed animals. This dog was killed 43 minutes after this picture was taken
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Piercing: Photograph Yun-Fei Tou used portrait techniques to emphasize the facial expressions of the doomed animals. This dog was killed 43 minutes after this picture was taken

Fatal encounter: The dogs were all being held in publicly-run dog pounds in Taiwan. They were humanely killed - this dog 40 minutes after her photograph was taken
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Fatal encounter: The dogs were all being held in publicly-run dog pounds in Taiwan. They were humanely killed – this dog 40 minutes after her photograph was taken

Lost: The dogs in the photo series were all gathered up by dog pound workers, who then put them down
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Lost: The dogs in the photo series were all gathered up by dog pound workers, who then put them down

Soulful: This dog, emaciated and with patchy fur, gives the camera a sideways glance an hour and a quarter before its death
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Soulful: This dog, emaciated and with patchy fur, gives the camera a sideways glance an hour and a quarter before its death

Full-faced: Tou took the series to humanize the animals. This dog died just over an hour after the picture was taken
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Full-faced: Tou took the series to humanize the animals. This dog died just over an hour after the picture was taken

Downcast: The dogs' final moments were captured in the photo series. This dog had the longest gap between photograph and its death - it was put down 13 hours later
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Downcast: The dogs’ final moments were captured in the photo series. This dog had the longest gap between photograph and its death – it was put down 13 hours later

Facing it head-on: This black dog was killed around an hour and a half after the photograph was taken
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Facing it head-on: This black dog was killed around an hour and a half after the photograph was taken

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