Newsletter – December 26, 2017

Few more actions for the Korean dogs before the 2017 is over

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Few more actions for the Korean dogs

2017 is almost over. We are grateful to all of our supporters who have taken actions throughout this year to campaign against the horrendous cruelty of South Korea’s dog and cat meat trade. Your time and effort are not wasted. We are making a difference, even though the changes cannot come fast enough. In 2018, we will continue to do whatever we can to be the voice for the millions of animals horribly treated and killed in the South Korea’s dogs and cat meat industry.

We have campaigns asking the Olympic teams to take a stand and speak out against the cruel dog and cat meat trade in South Korea, the host of the 2018 Winter Olympics (PyeongChang 2018). There are several ways you can help fight this cruelty:
1) by signing and sharing our petitions;
2) by sending protest letters and emails;
3) by raising awareness of this brutal and barbaric practice and calling for an end to the trade by exposing this issue in social media.

Below are new campaigns. Please click each to take action TODAY. Thank you!

Photo: The Korea Observer’s documentary “The Dog Meat Professional: South Korea”

Thunderclap Campaign “Boycott PyeongChang 2018!”

Our Thunderclap campaign has been bi-monthly but during the PyeongChang 2018 (February 9-25) Olympic, it will be launch daily. So please keep joining and sharing! Only cost for you is your 2 seconds of time for clicking.  Thank you!  Click HERE to join now.


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Adopt dogs rescued from dog meat industry

​Dogs rescued from dog meat industry in South Korea by Nami Kim and her team are waiting for their loving and caring forever homes. Click the below button to learn about how you can adopt them.  Thank you for opening your heart and your home to these angels! 
Click HERE to see the dogs available for adoption.

Photo: Paul (in photo) and Kami, rescued back in September 2015, need loving compassionate homes.

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