Korean K9 Rescue needs your help with shutting down a dog meat farm in Gwangju, South Korea!
For those who are unfamiliar, the dogs involved in the dog meat trade suffer throughout their lives and, in the end, experience painful deaths. The dogs are commonly hung from a rope, set on fire, electrocuted, or beaten until they die.
Our fellow rescuers in Korea do not believe this abuse is part of their culture - instead, they feel it is torture and unethical. With your help, we can shut down a dog meat farm in Gwangju, South Korea.
So far, our rescue team in Korea has saved 2 mother dogs and 6 puppies from this farm. These 8 dogs will be coming to NYC for adoption soon! However, there are still 30 dogs remaining at the farm that we must save before the butcher will agree to fully shut down.
Please help us raise enough money to accomplish this. It may just be one farm but there are 30 innocent lives involved here. In addition, each dog meat farm that we can shut down will bring more awareness and compassion. Eventually, we hope that these steps forward will help lead to the permanent ending of the dog meat trade.
With your help, we can make a difference! Thank you for taking the time to read this and for supporting our cause.