Call for Action: Submit e-People Petitions to Shut Down Illegal Dog Farms in Korea
[Update: December 10, 2019] SHOUT OUT FOR COMPASSION: your voice is powerful tool
We all want this special Holiday Season to be filled with joy and happiness. But, sadly, for the Korean dogs destined for the dog meat trade, the harsh freezing winter just means more suffering. Winters in Korea are severe, and many dogs will not be able to survive being kept outside – these animals have normal coats, not adapted for extreme weather, and they are given no protection from the freezing wind, rain or snow in their barren open cages.
We can’t let these beautiful animals suffer such terrible cruelty. Your voice is a great tool for compassion. They don’t have a voice – they cannot be heard – but you can: be their voice, speak out!
Korea Animal Rights Advocates (KARA) has a dog farm archive map which lists the dog farms throughout South Korea. Click HERE to learn more. Click HERE for the list of e-People petitions we had filed for each city.
We are creating Change.org petitions urging each of these city governments to inspect and immediately shut down the illegal dog farms.
The Animals Need Your Help!
Please Be Their Voice Today!
Photo: South Korea’s typical dog farm with raised wire cages. There is no water. Dogs are fed rotten food waste with kimchi (fermented cabbage with spicy red pepper, garlic, green onion) infested with maggots, toothpicks, mold, and all kinds of disease-causing bacteria and viruses.
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