Watchdog raided seven dog farms in Jeju-do

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​“Can you hear our voice? “

This is a dog farm in Jeju. And there are hundreds of young puppies trapped in the cages. They are 2–3 months old, 5–6 months old, and 7–8 months old who will soon be sold to the slaughterhouses.

The parent dogs who would have given birth to them are hard to find. That’s because the Malbok (the last of three Boknals, dog days of summer when the dog eating is ritualized, in Korea) is over.

What could these puppies be thinking? Even though we cannot begin to imagine because we have never experienced it, how about we try to put ourselves in the position of these dogs and feel and hear what they have to say. If we could, it might go something like this …​

Video translation:

Would you like to hear our story?

Hello, we are dogs at a dog meat farm.
There are a lot of us here.
Our moms and dads who were here were taken by the owner a while ago.
They might have been excited about being able to leave their cages.
Perhaps our moms and dads went to a better place than here, they never came back.
This is what we are given to eat. It is slop made by collecting rotten food waste.
Lot of my friends here are sick because the food tastes rotten.
But our master doesn’t know and doesn’t care if we’re sick.
He is a very callous person who doesn’t give us a drop of water; even on a scorching day.
When can we get out of these cages?
Our moms and dads have left, and we are left with only our siblings and friends.
Our older brothers and sisters say that when we grow up, the master will take us out of the cages.
As soon as I become an adult, maybe I will get to run and play outside.
By the way, if I leave this cage, will there be someone else who will be in this cage?
When I leave, I hope no one has to live in this cage.

This video is of a dog farm in Deoksu-ri, Jeju-do. Watchdog travelled to Jeju for 3 days and 2 nights and investigated a total of 7 dog farms and slaughterhouses. All of them will be shutting down, and the remaining dogs at one of the dog farms were immediately quarantined.

Today, Watchdogs are working to shut down dog farms and slaughterhouses all over the country.
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Watchdog members are currently serving on a volunteer basis. The goal of the organization is to raise enough donations on an ongoing basis to enable them to hire full-time paid activists to expand and carry out their vision of the complete elimination of dog farms and slaughterhouses. With a dedicated full-time paid staff, Watchdog will be in a position to accomplish even more than they are currently doing.

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