Newsletter – May 23, 2017

WE CAN! | SaveKoreanDogs Rescue Update

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Dear Friends, WE CAN save the Korean dogs and cats
from a life of unimaginable suffering and brutal death!

I started campaigning against the dog and cat meat trade in South Korea in 2011 when I knew nothing about campaigning for the animals. It’s been a difficult six years, but I know that we are making progress. We have the power to make a real difference. It’s not easy but, it is possible. With PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea just around the corner, we must not waste this opportunity to put a spotlight on South Korea’s shameful trade and end it permanently!

Please give your voice to the millions of dogs and tens of thousands of cats brutally killed in South Korea’s meat trade every year. Thank you for being a part of our mission.

National Olympic Committees:
​Take a stand against the dog and cat meat trade at
​ Pyeonchang 2018 Olympics.

The clock is ticking for the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea where millions of dogs are horribly treated each year. You can help these animals by signing and sharing our petitions, sending emails and letters raising awareness of this brutal and barbaric practice, and calling for an end to the dog and cat meat trade through social media. Thank you!!

Another Rescue by Nami Kim (
UPDATE: All the dogs and puppies are rescued
and moved to the SaveKoreanDogs sanctuary! 

Only with your support can continue to save the dogs from South Korea’s dog meat industry.

Won’t you please show that you care about these poor animals and donate what you can, today? Thank you so much for your compassion and generosity.

Sharing from (Nami Kim)’s Facebook post.

Nami said, “Lady Moo was so happy to be able to get them out. She is happy wants to say “Kamsahamnida” thank you all and bowed. She is saying she has been having sleepless nights crying wanting to save them all. We will get them out, the dogs here allow her only. She went inside the cage to get them out.”

​Click HERE to get the latest update about the rescue.

Another Rescue by Nami Kim (
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Photo:Gyeongdong Dog Meat Market in Seoul, South Korea.


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