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Help stop the dog and cat meat cruelty in South Korea. Join us at Koreandogs.org today!

Can you imagine your beloved dogs being killed and eaten? Well, dogs, just like your pets, are being cruelly farmed, killed, and eaten in South Korea today.

South Korea has the world’s 14th largest economy and is home to global brands such as Samsung, Hyundai, Kia, and LG.

Yet, in this modern country, an estimated 2.5 million dogs and thousands of cats are slaughtered and eaten each year.

From the moment they are born until the day they are slaughtered, dogs are imprisoned in cramped, filthy, raised wire cages with no protection from scorching summers and freezing winters. They are deprived of everything natural to a dog. They get no water, exercise, proper dog food, or medical care. They never feel the ground beneath their feet.

Often, they are killed in front of other dogs by being electrocuted, hanged, beaten, having their throats slashed, or being boiled or burnt to death.

At present, dog meat consumption in South Korea is NOT LEGAL. Yet, the profoundly indifferent Korean government and general public basically ignore the dog meat industry and allow it to continue.

We are KoreanDogs.org.

We are heartbroken by how Man’s best friends are being treated in South Korea. So, our aim is to end this cruel practice by vigorously campaigning and raising awareness worldwide. We seek to bring the world’s attention to this urgent issue because we believe that ending dog and cat meat consumption in Korea cannot be accomplished by Korean activists alone. They need our help. They need help from as many compassionate people around the world as possible.

There are many ways you can join this fight with us. We have made the process of taking action simple and easy. All we ask for is your compassion and a little of your time. The dogs of Korea need your help. So please join us and other animal advocates around the world in the fight — all the information you need is on our homepage, Koreandogs.org. Thank you!

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