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Newsletter – June 24, 2019

 
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URGENT CALL FOR ACTION!!!
LA Council introduces a resolution asking
South Korea to stop the dog meat trade!

 
 Mr. Jeffrey Mausner (Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils Liaison to the Los Angeles Animal Services Department) has reported on June 17, 2019:

“On June 5, a resolution was introduced in the Los Angeles City Council, asking the governments of China, Vietnam, South Korea, Cambodia, and Indonesia to ban the sale of dog meat and to enforce their animal cruelty laws. The resolution was introduced by Councilmember Bob Blumenfield, a very strong advocate for animal welfare, and seconded by Councilmember David Ryu, one of the most influential Korean American office holders in the country.”

Mr. Mausner reported that “This pending City Council resolution grew out of a resolution passed by the Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils (VANC), which consists of representatives of all 34 Neighborhood Councils in the San Fernando Valley.”

He also mentioned South Korea’s “very close ties to Los Angeles” and the Los Angeles sister city – Busan. We have campaigned to urge Los Angeles to speak out against the cruelty of its sister city and other friendship cities in Korea. Click HERE to see our campaigns.

 
Let’s help pass this resolution by expressing our support! 

Click HERE to learn more and take actions (from article).

 

South Koreans:
Stop the illegal dog and cat meat trades! 

 
File your petition on e-people
South Korea’s Official Government Petition Page!
 
South Korea is truly a “Hell on Earth” for countless innocent dogs and cats in their dog and cat meat industry. So, please, don’t let the Koreans continue their vile and cruel practice.
 
A simple but very effective way is to file a petition directly with the Korean government using the epeople online petition page. This is different than other petitions because the Korean government is responsible for responding to you! If they have to address and respond to hundreds, thousands or hundreds of thousands of petitions on this issue; then perhaps they will finally be put under enough pressure to take action to bring this horrific animal cruelty to an end. 
 
Click HERE for the Korean translation of our petition.  Please include them in your letters and epeople petitions.  
 
Click the below Gwangju (Gyeonggi-do Province)’s townships to take action!
 
 

 
 

 
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