DOG MEAT FARM UPDATE: Due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have raised the travel advisory for South Korea to the highest, warning Level 3. Given this restriction, we have had to make the difficult decision to put a temporary hold on the closure of the South Korean dog meat farm we recently identified and postpone the removal of the 70+ dogs.
Please be assured that we are not going to leave any dogs behind! The farmer has signed a contract with us so the dogs are in direct care of HSI until we can remove them and permanently close the farm. We will continue to provide care for the dogs and ensure their safety until the travel advisory is lifted. We will post more information as it becomes available on our frequently asked questions page.
BREAKING: Our Animal Rescue Team has identified a South Korean dog meat farm where 70+ dogs are suffering in freezing temperatures, locked away in tiny cages or confined to short chains, before being slaughtered for their meat. Please, DONATE to help us save these dogs and fight for ALL animals worldwide.
Donate now to protect animals from the dog meat trade, and all forms of cruelty.
Your support allows us to fight in areas of Asia where the dog meat trade is still thriving. With your help, we’ll shut down farms in South Korea and lobby for better laws throughout Asia, including South Korea, Indonesia, China and Viet Nam. Along with helping dogs suffering for the meat trade, and protecting street dogs around the globe, your support also helps protect ALL animals — including those suffering in laboratories, on factory farms and those abused in the wild.
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