Leafleting and Informational Event on South Korean Dog Meat Trade – June 7, 2015 – San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf
Thank you Daniela, Buster Posey(the golden retriever), Kathy, Don, Jia Hue, Giny, Sharaun, Milo, Skittles and her mommy, Sung and her family of three girls and Jinju for your dedication to help end the horrific South Korean Dog Meat Trade and spending your Sunday advocating for the South Korean dogs in meat trade! We had four dogs came to help on this day and two of them, Milo and Jinju are rescued from Korean dog meat farm. We are so grateful for your caring hearts and compassion. We had another great day of giving a voice to the voiceless South Korean dogs and cats. We handed out about 1000 leaflets and met so many people from all around the world. We also collected 427 signatures to our petition addressed to the South Korean President Geun-Hye Park. We also received donation in the amount of $25 and donated this to the group of very dedicated activists in Korea fighting against the dog meat trade at the Seoul Gyeongdong Dog Meat Market: Nami Kim and the Korean Activists.
Anyone can take action to give a voice to the Korean dogs. If you live in the US and would like to organize an event in your city or simply want to hand out our leaflets to your friends, family, and neighbors, contact us and we would be happy to send you our campaign leaflets absolutely free. Campaign materials can also be sent outside the US, but at this time free shipping is available only to US residents due to the high cost of shipping to other countries. Please accept our apologies and our thanks!
Update June 12, 2015: Petition signatures collected are mailed.
Petition signatures collected were sent to the South Korean President Geun-Hye Park and the South Korean Ambassador Ho-Young Ahn in Washington D.C. on June 12, 2015. Included also in the packages are a copy of this blog page, our campaign t-shirts, and a copy of news in Korean, 600 Stray Cats Boiled Alive, and How much is a fair price? Disputes over price of dog meat goes to the Fair Trade Commission.