Urgent Calls for Action and Significant Positive Development in Korea!
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[Urgent] Need 200K Signatures by July 17, 2018 Korean Government Official Petition against Dog and Cat Meat Consumption!
Korean activists against dog and cat meat cruelty have started a petition campaign through South Korea’s official government petition site. There have been countless petitions through the years, but this one is very special and important, because with 200,000 signatures, the Korean government is required to review the petition demand and issue a response. It has already garnered 66,000 signatures since its launch on June 17, 2018, which means there’s a real chance we can reach the minimum number of signatures required for a government response. However there’s a deadline – July 17, 2018. Can we get everyone around the world to sign this petition? Let’s get everyone signed so that our voices for the dogs and cats of South Korea are not wasted and we can bring about change for these poor animals, once and for all. Thank you!! Click HERE to learn more and take action.
2 Clicks for Urgent New Petitions to save the Korean dogs
South Korea held a local election on June 13. Bloomberg’s reported: “South Korea President Moon Jae-in’s ruling party won 14 of 17 mayoral and gubernatorial races” and “The ruling Democratic Party also won 11 of the 12 vacant parliamentary seats”. The Democratic Party is considered to be a more liberal and progressive party, and we are hopeful that our campaigns against the dog and cat meat trade has a chance of getting their attention, more attention than from their predecessors.
Nami and the SaveKoreanDogs.org team members are trying to arrange a meeting with the newly- elected mayor of Ansan. Please sign and share this petition so that they can bring it with them to the meeting. Korean internet searches resulted in 202 health food shops; and 128 dog meat restaurants within and around the Ansan area. That means Ansan is a major dog meat producing and dog meat consumption city!! Let’s get the attention of this new mayor, and make him aware that the world is watching and that we want change. Click HERE to sign and share.
Jeong Ha-Young is newly elected mayor of Gimpo. SaveKoreanDogs.org is based in Gimpo, and Nami and her team will try to urge this new mayor to bring about change in his city where there are so many dog farms and slaughterhouses -large and small-everywhere. So we created this petition. Please sign and share. Let’s tell the new mayor that the world is watching and we want change. Thank you!! Click HERE to sign and share.
Adopt dogs rescued from dog meat industry by SaveKoreanDogs.org
Dogs rescued from dog meat industry in South Korea by Nami Kim and her team are waiting for their loving and caring forever homes. Thank you for opening your heart and your home to these angels!
Click HERE to see the dogs available for adoption. Click HERE to follow SaveKoreanDogs.org on Facebook for the latest updates.
Video: SaveKoreanDogs.org team member Sharon and Nami rescuing dogs from mini dog farm on June 20. Click HERE to watch the video.
Please donate to SaveKoreanDogs.org team so that they can continue to rescue these angels and continue their fight to end the horrific dog meat trade. Thank you!!
All give thanks to Mayor Kim! The city of Jeonju is working towards becoming the “Second Dog Meat-Free City”
Mayor Kim Seung-Su of Jeonju has been re-elected and we should send him a message of congratulations.
We have learned from SaveKoreanDogs.org, that Mayor Kim is young, charming, and vegan, and is willing to turn his city into a “Dog Meat- Free City”. Following Bucheon, his city will be the second city in South Korea to become dog meat- free. We support him in this endeavor and thank him for making the courageous and compassionate decision. Please send a quick email or postal letter to Mayor Kim today.
We will be displaying our banners and posters, and will be handing out leaflets and collecting petition signatures against the extremely cruel South Korean dog meat trade at the Fisherman’s Wharf, the famous San Francisco tourist attraction and landmark. We will need the help of volunteers to hand out our leaflets and to talk to as many of the visitors as possible, to make them aware of our campaign to help the South Korean dogs and cats. Can you help? Click HERE to see the photos from our previous event on May 26, 2018! Free T-shirts and cold drinks are provided to volunteers at this event.
Location: San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf located near the corner of Jefferson and Powell streets along the chain link fence. Date/Time: July 1, 2018 Sunday. 9:30am – 5pm. Contact: RSVP on Facebook or send us a message if you will be coming. Thank you! Hope to see you there!
[Breaking News] Positive development for the animals in the South Korea’s dog and cat meat industry
This week we received a couple of significant positive news in our campaign to end the horrific cruelty of Korean dog and cat meat trade. Please click below to learn more.