Join The March To End the Dog And Cat Meat Trade!
Saynotodogmeat.Net are calling for people to march with them at 9.00am Saturday April 4th, 2015 to end the pet meat trade. Bring your family, children, friends, pets and banners!
Every year millions of dogs and cats are mercilessly slaughtered in the unregulated dog and cat meat trade, many of whom are stolen pets still wearing their house collars.
Enough is enough. This gruesome trade must be brought to an end and Saynotodogmeat.Net need your help in their fight for governments to realise people are no longer willing to turn a blind eye and look the other way or pretend it’s not happening.
With most families having access to the internet or television, people see the hard core evidence that used to be kept secret: dogs and cats are suffering at the hands of butchers and being eaten in the name of tradition and fake medicine. Not counting war-time famines, dog and cat meat was cleverly marketed as “chic” in the mid-1980’s, following the economic boom of a number of dog and cat eating countries.
This is not about tradtion - it is about stopping crutelty in contries which have abundant foosd supplies and food choices yet chose to inflict deliberate cruelty on companion animals in the false belief that extra pain makes the meat tough, which in turn brings men sexual virility when they eat it. Eating dog or cat meat does NOT help anyone sexually or medically in any way.
We implore you to march with us and become a voice for dogs and cats who are silenced as they cringe, howling and whimpering in death cages, watching their cage mates being slaughtered in-front of them, knowing their turn is coming. Speak up and become their voice! Join our march as we demand government’s take notice to end the pet meat trade now!
The petitions from Saynotodogmeat.Net are a very important step toward ending the pet meat trade. Currently they are still being signed and shared, toward the target of one million signatures. Once signature goals are reached, the petitions will be hand delivered by the Saynotodogmeat.Net Directors to each respective government.
Saynotodogmeat.Net will make sure each Demonstration Leader has enough petition forms so signatures can be gathered on the day. Further information concerning the petitions and where the March will begin and end and how it will be conducted will be released very soon.
How You can Help
Saynotodogeat.Net need Demonstration Leaders in the different locations, as well as thousands of members of the general public to support the march. Demonstration Leaders need at least one other person to help them on the day. If you would like to be a Leader in your area, please email us at CONTACT@SAYNOTODOGMEAT.INFO no later than January 15th, 2015.
Saynotodogmeat.Net will oversee the event to make sure everyone knows what they are doing in relation to banners, posters, petitions and so on, which will be supplied via free downloads.
Iron-on Saynotodogmeat.Net Logos will be available for your own t-shirts or pet wear. Details to come.
Posters will be published and printed on to as many street corners as possible. If you are in need of posters please contact us at email@example.com.
Saynotodogmeat.Net invite media to contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have media contacts, please share this information with them.
List Of Saynotodogmeat.Net Petitions
PETITION FOR SOUTH KOREA
PETITION FOR VIETNAM and THAILAND ANTI-SMUGGLING
PETITION FOR HEALTH MINISTER OF VIETNAM
PETITION FOR NAGALAND
PETITION TO BAN THE TRADE IN NIGERIA
LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE PHILIPPINES
PLEASE SEND TO THE MUSLIM COUNCIL
PLEASE HELP THE PEOPLE OF TURKANA HERE
EMAIL THE GOVERNOR OF NIGERIA: New Address: email@example.com
Don’t delay - mark your calendar now: Saturday April 4th, 2015 and join the march. Speak up and be the voice for desperate dogs and cats in the meat trade. Bring your family, children, friends, pets and banners! Help make this important event be a success as we make a statement to all governments: END THE DOG AND CAT MEAT TRADE NOW!
Thank you for reading,
(Header photo used with permission by Luke Duggleby)