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File petition with the South Korean government through e-People.
Regardless of where you live, you can file a petition with the South Korean government through this portal: e-People online
Need help with the e-People petition?
📌 Click HERE for the instructions on how to file e-People petition.
📌 Click HERE for the instructions on how to check the status of your e-People petition.
Click HERE for sample letter.
국민신문고 (e-People.go.kr)를 통해 한국정부에 청원서를 제출해주세요!
Call the South Korean embassies in your country.
Tell the South Korean Ambassador in your country to stop the torture and consumption of dogs and cats in South Korea and that you will boycott South Korean products and tourism until they end this barbaric practice.
Click HERE for the South Korean embassy contact information and sample letter/talking points.
Click HERE to sign all petitions and share. Change.org lets you easily share with all your Facebook friends.
Boycott South Korea!
Boycott South Korean products and tourism. Tell the retailers why you are boycotting their products.
Click HERE for list of South Korean Global 500 Companies.
Contact South Korean government officials.
Contact International Organizations.
We are always looking for volunteers who have the compassion to help Korean dogs! Below are just some of the volunteer opportunities:
- 🌎 Translators – Translate Korean into English, translate our English website main page into your native language.
- 🎨 Graphic Artists – Create posters and banners
- ✒️ Writers/Editors – Draft campaign, protest letters, or edit our writing and translations
- 👩🏻💼 Campaign Managers – Create and manage new campaigns
- 📣 Event Organizers – Organize protest or informational events in your city
- ⚖️ Attorneys – Provide legal consultation and service.
- ✈️ Flight Volunteers – Korean rescue organizations need flight volunteers to take recued dogs to their adoptive homes in US and Canada. All you need to do is to arrive at the Incheon Airport 1 hour early. Korean rescue organizations will take care of the rest. Click HERE to see the list of Korean rescue organizations.
Click HERE to contact us if you would like to help!
Call for Action.
Click HERE for Call for Action!
Donate to animal rights organizations in South Korea.
We do not take donations. However, for the animal rights organizations in South Korea, your financial contribution and generosity is critical for continuing the important work of ending the dog meat trade. We appreciate your generosity in supporting these organizations! Click HERE to donate.
Celebrating your Birthday by asking your friends to donate to these organizations instead of bringing gifts, is a wonderful way to show that you care and they will most likely admire you for it.
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Write to your government to get involved.
Click HERE to write to your government using our sample letter!
Ask news media to report this issue!
Please watch this video: https://youtu.be/_ZVQjgGb4RQ. It is terribly disheartening that South Korea has laws in place to protect dogs and cats from abuse but it blithely ignores them. 2.5 million dogs and thousands of cats are electrocuted, strangled, beaten to death each year for human consumption in South Korea. Please use your platform to raise awareness about this horrible atrocity. More info: www.koreandogs.org
Put an animal-friendly message in your e-mail signature and include a link to KoreanDogs.org.
Click HERE for our collection of animal friendly quotes.
Post comments online.
Post comments about Korean dog meat trade on articles online and include links to related KoreanDogs.org webpages.
Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper.
If your local newspaper writes an article on the South Korean Dog and Cat Campaign, keep the issue current by writing a letter to the editor of your local newspaper. Please see sample letter below, or if you’d like to write your own, see “Talking Points.” Be sure to keep the letter under 200 words and include your name, address, and telephone number so the newspaper can contact you for verification.
Thank you for your article on the South Korean Dog and Cat Campaign (include title of article and date that it ran). It is terribly disheartening that the South Korean Government has laws in place to protect dogs and cats from abuse but it blatantly ignores its own laws. Two and a half million South Korean dogs are electrocuted, strangled, boiled often while they are still alive or beaten to death each year. They are killed in the cruelest ways imaginable, because of the insidious myth that the more an animal suffers, the more tender and tastier the meat and that so-called medicinal properties will be enhanced. Thousands of cats are also slaughtered for soups and “health” tonics. While the practice of eating dogs and cats is not widely accepted in South Korea, it is up to the South Korean government to ensure that this practice is completely eradicated. Caring citizens around the world, including South Koreans, should not sit back while dogs are beaten to death for a tastier meal and cats suffer agonizing deaths.
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