South Koreans: start taking responsibility for enforcing your own country’s laws: stop the illegal dog and cat meat trades.
PLEASE NOTE:We had received responses to our epeople petitions. However, since I need to prioritize my time on creating new campaigns, I will not be able to post them on this page at this time. Click HERE to see the responses that I have posted. If you filed your epeople petitions, you WILL receive responses from the Korean government. epeople petitions are the single, most important actions you can take to help fight dog meat cruelty in Korea, so please submit your epeople petitions today.
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Despite the fact that dog and cat meat consumption is an everyday occurrence and is being carried out all over South Korea, it is NOT LEGAL in that country. Their Government does nothing to stop this illegal practice and they seem happy to ignore it; many Korean citizens are just as apathetic and must also be held accountable.
This is the 21st Century, and it is high time that all South Koreans, leaders and general public alike, stand up and take responsibility to enforce their own country’s laws. South Korea and South Koreans cannot continue to ignore these brutal and unethical trades, so let us campaign to urge each of South Korea’s cities to enforce their laws and to put an immediate end to these illegal dog and cat meat trades.
Below are the most populous cities in South Korea. Please sign our petitions and send postal letters to these cities calling for an end to these illegal trades. Postal addresses for the Mayors are shown in the change.org petition. You can use our petition as sample letter (just copy and paste) or use your own words.
Please note: We will be adding more petitions so please check back with us often. Thank you!
Video: Media Triage:”The Dog Meat Professionals: South Korea” is the most in-depth investigation into South Korea’s dog meat trade. Investigations were conducted over 18 months by journalists and activists culminating in this documentary and a book.
Video: MBC News. Illegal dog farms and slaughterhouses with heartbreaking cries of dogs. The activist group, “Animal Rescue 119”, walking across Korea to expose South Korea’s horrific dog meat farms.
Video: Coexistence of Animal Rights on Earth (CARE).Dogs left to starve to death by dog slaughterers hoping to extort money from Korea Land & Housing Corporation.
Photos: Dog farms and slaughterhouses in South Korea, SaveKoreanDogs.org.