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Please attach some photos of the torture to your emails, if you know how.
Photos can be found on this link :
You can just paste in this link, or download some of the torture photos from the Food Torture page, and email them with them letter.
To: Korean Parliamentary League on
Children Population and Environment
Dear Parliamentary Member
The Bok Days Festival in South Korea runs from July and August each summer. Last year there were cases of dogs and cats being burnt alive and boiled alive. This ancient torture of animals does not belong in a state within the United Nations Country. UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, who is also a Korean, speaks of civil society and a culture of peace. We ask the Korean Parliamentary League on Children, Population and Environment to make illegal the torture and boiling alive of dogs and cats, and any other animal. Last year at the Bok Days Festival, children were sold toy dogs, with knives and sticks attached – so they could practice torture of dogs….
Please end dog and cat meat trade, because the business is based in torture. Dogs and cats are sentient beings and should not be eaten.
Some Korean children are still being taught that dogs are bad, and deserving of torture. Please end this ancient culture of hate.
Some Korean families buy a dog or cat from the market, take it home, torture it and boil it alive. Please stop this disgrace.
Groups of young men beat and torture dogs because they believe they will gain sexual process by eating tortured dogs.