San Francisco, Fisherman’s Wharf Leafleting Event – July 1, 2018
We had another awesome day at the famous San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco with lots of conversation, raising awareness to the general public, and collecting signatures. We are grateful to the dedicated volunteers, Alicia, Don, Michi who made this event possible. Thank you so much!!
The day was very cold and windy, feeling more like the middle of winter instead of summer. But we braved the weather so we could reach out to as many people as possible, to be the voice for the poor animals in the South Korean dog and cat meat trade. It made me think of how painful it is for the dogs on the dog farms, stuck in cages in subzero temperature. My heard was made even heavier for imagining their pain.
We met many tourists and visitors from all over the world, many of whom were from South Korea. 891 people had gladly signed our petition because they wanted to help these poor dogs. Thank you to all the petition signers!! Tens of thousands of people saw our event and display, and for the first time, learned about the horrific cruelty taking place in South Korea. We are also grateful to the Port Authority, Fisherman’s Wharf Ambassadors and the San Francisco police department for their support and keeping us safe!
Every leaflet, every conversation helps. So, it really shows that everyone can do a little something to bring about change. What will you do today? Click HERE for What You Can Do.