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.
Here is the second Korean government petition that needs your support. The instruction for signing is the same as the one above. English translation of the petition is in the petition itself. Please sign and share today: Click HERE to learn more and sign.
This is a respectful demonstration to end the South Korean Dog Meat Trade. This demo coincides with demos in Washington DC, Los Angeles and Seoul. July 17th is the first day of Bok Nal, the main season when dogs are cruelly tortured and killed in their millions to provide food for humans. We are trying to get the attention of the South Korean Government to let them know how much we are against them allowing this horrible trade to happen in their country.
Our last demo at the embassy was very successful and many of the Korean staff actively supported us. We feel that the South Korean government are on the cusp of banning this trade but we need your help to make them do this faster.
We will provide some banners but feel free to bring your own. Dogs welcome! Click HERE to learn more and join
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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!
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Photo: SaveKoreanDogs.org team rescued 5 dogs from Jeonju, future second “dog meat free city” in South Korea. They are now at the Professor Im’s veterinary school and will need forever homes. Click HERE to learn more.
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!!