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Petition letters mailed – Aurora, CO – Tell Sister City Seongnam to stop the torture and consumption of dogs and cats!
We mailed petition letters for the petition, Aurora Mayor Steven Hogan and Aurora City Council Members: Please tell Sister City Seongnam, South Korea that the City of Aurora and its citizens are opposed to the torture and consumption of Dogs and Cats! to the Aurora …Read More
Compassionate young Amiyah helps pass out leaflets and promotional items at Jacksonville, Florida’s Memorial Park on Jan 31, 2015.
Shared and written by Bob Heisler. Each of us have different talents that we can use to help lessen the suffering in this world. Bob is dedicated to help bring the horrific South Korean dog meat cruelty to an end and very good with being …Read More
Mayor Eric Garcetti of Los Angeles, Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago and Mayor Denis Coderre of Montréal(Canada): Tell Sister City, Busan, South Korea, That We’re Opposed to the Torture and Consumption of Dogs and Cats. If you want to help fight the grisly South Korean …Read More
This is a summary of Korea Animal Rights Advocates(KARA)’ announcement on January 16, 2015 on their homepage “농식품부는 방역총괄자로서 모란재래가축시장의 영구 폐쇄를 명하라!” “As the general controller of prevention of epidemics, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs must order a permanent closure of …Read More
Call for Action: File An Online Petition with the South Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism!
It is not enough to just boycott products made in South Korea. Until the South Korean government bans the torture and slaughter of man’s best friend, we must also boycott South Korean tourism. South Korea has a new set of cabinet members and the new …Read More
Petition letters to the United Nations Secretary General Ki-Moon Ban and his six spokesperson were mailed by the U.S. Certified Mails on January 20, 2015. It takes less than 5 minutes. Please send a letter to the Secretary General Ki-Moon Ban today! Click to take …Read More
Call for Action! Contact the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon (A South Korean National)!
The United Nations Secretary General Ban(Family Name) Ki-Moon(Given Name) is a South Korean National. We have been trying to get him to take action to stop the torture and mass murder of millions of dogs in his country’s dog meat industry for many years but …Read More
Aurora Mayor Bob LeGare and Aurora City Council Members: Tell Sister City Seongnam, South Korea, That We’re Opposed to the Torture and Consumption of Dogs and Cats. If you want to help fight the grisly South Korean dog and cat meat trade and make a …Read More
[Update 12/25/2018] Note: This campaign is replaced by the below 3 separate campaigns. Please click the links below to take actions. 1. Sister City Campaign – Seoul, South Korea – Washington, DC (12/25/2018) 2. Sister City Campaign – Seoul, South Korea – San Francisco, California …Read More
I’d like to share these photos that were taken at a dog meat shop in the Moran Dog Meat Market in Seongnam, South Korea on December 20, 2014 by Nami Kim, a dedicated Korean anti-dog-meat activist. The original photos can be found at Ms. Kim’s …Read More
Sharing video from Nami Kim’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/savekoreandogs Moran Dog Meat Market near Seoul I posted a photo of this dog meat market earlier but this undercover video is so real. My campaign is on this anti-dog meat trade and its consumption. Hundreds of dogs …Read More
Call for Action: Contact Gov. Jerry Brown to Help Stop the Dog and Cat Meat Trade in Jeju, South Korea!
If you want to help fight the grisly South Korean dog and cat meat trade and make a difference in South Korea, here are a few quick actions you can take that could save millions of dogs and cats each year. California became a sister …Read More