No To Dog Meat: 14th June To Run The Mile

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eventJun14Sunday 14th of June will, you run or walk that mile for the dogs and cats in the meat trade? Will you be a voice among many? Will you help raise awareness with us?

On Sunday, No To Dog Meat supporters and volunteers will take to the streets, to run the mile to raise funds to possibly help Mrs. Yang save the Yulin Dogs from the meat trade, while also helping other activists save the lives of many. If you would like to join in on the mile run or if you need more information, please contact us at

So far, the participating states/countries are

Together we can save many lives. Together we can make a difference, because cruelty is not cool and life all life should be respected.

No To Dog Meat Mile: Carolyn is running and raising money for the No To Dog Meat Foundation.

Carolyn’s Message
Please help end the mistreatment and brutal torture of millions of dogs and cats who are slaughtered for food. Ever since I became aware of this horrific situation I have wanted to help.This will be my first event, I know 1 mile is not far, but I am not a runner and everybody has to start somewhere.please help raise awareness and give them a voice. thanx

Donate here:

We will update more when the event takes place, happy running everyone. Julia De Cadenet will meet us on the day.

USA: National Animal Rights Day

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On 30 May 2015, Activists spoke out for the dogs and cats in the meat trade. Among the activists in Denver Colorado, campaigning was our dear friend and supporter/volunteer Susan Repp.

Among this event, a raffle was set up for these beautiful fleece tie blankets.
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Even Sir Hamish made an appearance at the event. Sporting his very own No To Dog Meat shirt.

For those who wish to host their own events under the banner of NoToDogMeat in their city/state/country and need kits or information packets. Or if you are hosting one already and need a spotlight on your event please contact us at

For the interview programme on National Animal Rights Day, tune in to The Pet Matchmaker With Elaine Hendrix, Dr. Antonio Brown and “Big Wade” Denes. Special Guests… Fia Perera of and Participants from the National Animal Rights Day.

No To Dog Meat May 18th World Awareness

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London 18th May – The location is Westminster Tube Station – Victoria Embankment Exit (Near Big Ben). The time of the meeting will start at 1PM – around the entrance to the Tube Station and the statue – The Boudicca Goddess.

Once everyone has gathered they will move toward a shaded area under the trees to have lunch before meeting the public and raising awareness.  So please bring packed lunches and bottled water to keep up energy for marching and speaking.

This event is to raise awareness of the dog and cat fur and meat trade. Those participating will be taking photos as well as communicating with the public. Julia de Cadenet CEO will be present.

This post will be updated with other events as soon as we are given the information. So please check back often.

For any more questions or information please contact

No To Dog Meat & Team Rescue 800 Cats

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Six hours ago, No To Dog Meat Sophie Ling, and The Shanghai Animal Protection Frontline Alliance – Intercepted a truck load of 800 cats!


The cats were unloaded from the truck with the help of the fire department. The team has been watching the warehouse all week.

The Police were called and all cats have been confiscated without food and water, while being placed in the pound.

Sophie and two colleagues plus the activists were there negotiating with police at 3 am– to try and reason with them so they could feed and give water to these poor cats or possibly have them released.

Sophie will have to put in an official complaint to see that these cats are released – we are awaiting more updates as this rescue continues on.

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We support everyone on the front line – Including The Shanghai Animal Protection Frontline Alliance activists. We will continue to update as information is sent to us from Sophie Ling and other contacts over in China.

If you wish to help with a donation towards food and medical care, this money will be sent over to them as fast as possible.

You can donate here:


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After 3 years of NoToDogMeat campaigning on the streets against Yulin Festival some positive news.  News has come in that Yulin pary secretary would like to ban the dog meat section of festival.
( Interview below)
Yulin party secretary, Li Jun Green Food and Drug Administration in the office has issued a statement to say.
“This year, if businesses hold the dog section, we will pass a resolution for it to be banned!” He has also applied for the Beijing dog business information disclosure and formally stated at a meeting with lawyers “I want the Yulin Dog Meat Festival banned” .
Secretary Li went on further to confirm the festival was in breach of the People’s Republic of China Food Safety Law.
It has been ten days and we are still waiting formal confirmation,As we all know passing a resolution and its implementation are two different things.However, if this resolution goes through it is a HUGE step to cracking down on the illegal dog meat to see a demise in the trade.  Our charity has issued letters of thanks and requested embassy meetings to discuss this matter further.
An action plan of letters you can write will follow soon. We  NEED to keep up the pressure.
May is coming up fast upon us and we are preparing our world awareness event for the 18th of May, please if you can join us –  for our week May 18th world awareness your voice counts. Our friends from China will be protesting on the 17th.

No To Dog Meat: Diplomacy First

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Greetings and salutations,

On behalf of the No To Dog Meat and WPDCMT team. We would like to go over some issues that have been presented to us.

We realise that the subject regarding the dog and cat meat culture may be a place where it can be emotive and for feelings to run high, as well as being highly controversial. However, a strict decorum for diplomacy is always best suited to deal with this sensitive topic.

When we see or receive comments of threats and or racism we cannot condone or approve such comments and or speeches. We are here as a group of people from all over the world to bring awareness of the cruelty. We work together with other activists located in these areas that people tend to show hatred for.

We as a group and organization of diversity respect all cultures – it is just the cruelty toward humans and animals we cannot condone.

In truth blame should only be put upon those who do the acts, not the entirety of a country, for even a country of people have those fighting daily to end the cruelty. Blame should also be placed on our own countries animal abusers and government who enter into bilateral trade agreements without raising the issue of animal or human welfare.

To us – we see no colour of skin, there is only us as humans as one race, with a most powerful voice to make change, to better animal and human life.

With this being stated – we will not publicize or accept offensive comments such as racism or threats of harm. If such comments should be posted on our blog or pages they will be removed post haste.

So please, out of the respect for our team and the people fighting daily to change the way things are. Please keep everything to a civil formality.