In March this year, the South Korean congress will decide whether amendments to various acts designed to effectively make the raising of dogs and the slaughter of cats and dogs for human consumption illegal will be passed.
These important changes in the legal landscape surrounding animal abuse—particularly that perpetrated by dog farmers and slaughterers—will make it easier to shut down dog farmers and prosecute those who slaughter dogs and cats illegally.
In addition to the actions you can take below, a Chinese businessman and philanthropist is generously willing to match donations towards our fight to get these amendments passed for the next two months—until the end of February.
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Further Calls to Action
These Facebook posts by activist Susan Song detail how to email, fax and tweet your support for the passing of these amendments to the members of the South Korean Congress responsible.