Incheon, Munhak-dong Dog Farm and Slaughterhouses
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New Rescue – Munhak Dog Farm
We want to give new life to more dogs. This rescue will be the best Christmas present to the dogs at the concentrated dog farms in Munhak. Although I am still in the hospital, Nuree and Rahel, from our rescue team went ahead and made the dog farmer surrender ten dogs to us.
The dogs are now either at the vets or being boarded elsewhere. These small sized dogs at the dog farm are mostly from a huge puppy mill in nearby Munhak-dong, Incheon. Cocker Spaniels and Poodles from the puppy mill are supplied to the meat market by these butchers. Sadly, we found two dead dogs on the ground and discovered recently slaughtered dogs in baskets.
We are hoping that early next year the entire area will be developed by the city of Incheon, and the dog farms will be closed. We will update on Munhak dog farm when I am there this coming Tuesday. There are two more dog farms to work on. Watch the video on Youtube: https://youtu.be/rq5-YeKf3jc
Incheon, South Korea is one of the largest dog meat markets in South Korea. There are “Hell Holes” like this all around Incheon. There are laws in South Korea against selling dogs and cats for consumption, yet these laws are blatantly ignored. Therefore, we are expanding our Sister City Campaign to shed the light on this horrendous and shameful cruelty perpetrated in Incheon. Incheon has four sister cities in United States – Burbank, Philadelphia, Anchorage, and Honolulu. Please sign the new petitions addressed to the mayors of these cities and also visit our campaign pages to take simple and quick actions to help urge the mayors of Incheon’ sister cities to put an end to this travesty.
Call for Action
Please watch and share the new trailer for the documentary, now in the works by the Korea Observer: Documentary trailer: Man bites dog in South Korea.
An unimaginable cruelty is perpetrated in a country which produces products for the global market by Samsung, Hyundai, LG, Kia, SK, and others. Please help to put a stop to this and save the Korean dogs from their nightmarish suffering! Please click HERE to tweet away to speak out against the South Korean dog and cat meat cruelty using our new tweet sheet!