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What does cat meat look like

“We don't know what it looks like,” says Khela. “It's not like we have someone who's been eating it for the last 50 years and is able to tell us.”

Khela believes the first shipment of cat meat will be delivered to China in a few weeks.

“China is the biggest market for us,” says Khela. “And the longer we can keep it out of the UK and the US, the better.”

“We will also be shipping to other markets,” he adds, “such as Dubai.”

Khela says that he knows of at least three other cat-meat traders in the UK and that more are coming.

“I think we will be the biggest,” he says. “Cats are not endangered, so we don't need to go to the trouble of getting a licence.”

“We don't use a freezer,” he adds, “so it's easier for us to get it to the customers. We just get it out of the bags and onto plates.”

The trade has been driven underground and is not regulated, but Khela says that the meat is safe.

“We have three people who help us with quality control and we make sure everything is OK,” he says.

Khela says that the meat is sold in specialty restaurants and shops. He claims that the meat is sold to wholesalers and others who prepare it for customers.

“It's a niche market,” he says. “Cats have always been in the human diet.”

Khela says that he has sold more than two tonnes of cat meat in the last two months.

Khela says he has been performing in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, but that he is moving out of Singapore “because of the heat.”

“I did a show there,” he says, “and I gave them a piece of cat meat.”

“I told them, ‘If you don't like it, I'll give you another one.’ They loved it.”

Khela says that he is not worried about the possible health risks of eating cat meat. “I think the risk is very low,” he says. “People eat a lot of things that are not healthy, and they don't die.”

“It's a matter of taste,” he adds. “As long as you are not allergic to it, then I think [the risk] is very low.

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