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STOP YULIN Dog and Cat eating Festival

category international | animal rights | press release author Monday June 25, 2018 16:07author by Bernie Wright - Alliance for Animal Rights Report this post to the editors

Supporting Chinese Activists in Ending Yuin.

DUBLIN DEMONSTRATION SUPPORTING Millions of Chinese, they Are Calling for an End to the Yulin Dog Meat Festival

A Demonstration by Irish Animal Rights activists is supporting other Vegan/Anti animal eating campaigners worldwide , especially Chinese activists who are hoping the Chinese authorities will crack down on the horrors of the notorious Yulin dog and cat eating festival from 21st to 30th june 2018. Officials failed to keep pledges to come down heavily on the appalling scenes of dogs being battered, blow-torched and butchered last year, leaving thousands of animals – many stolen pets – to die horrendously.

https://www.facebook.com/events/270969030137534/
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Taking part in our Group's ONGOING Worldwide Awareness Campaign - DUBLIN - IRELAND led by our Worldwide Group Ambassador for Dublin ALLIANCE FOR ANIMAL RIGHTS 11am - 12pm - The Spire, O'Connell Street, DUBLIN. - 26th June 2018

DUBLIN - IRELAND is joining in with MANY other worldwide locations around the world that are working tirelessly to create MUCH NEEDED WORLDWIDE AWARENESS about the evil & barbaric dog and cat meat trade and of course the dreadful fur trade too. .

PRESS;Please make sure you have joined this event too and updated us as to what you will be doing ONGOING TO join in and HELP whether it be ONLINE or LOCALLY in person. –

Here is a link to tour MAIN WORLDWIDE event which is ONGOING :-

Last Friday, dozens of protesters gathered at the Yulin government offices in Beijing to present a petition of 11 million signatures demanding the festival’s abolition. “Yulin is a total embarrassment to China,” says Xu Yufeng, founder of Beijing Mothers Against Animal Cruelty. The event should end, she added, “in the interests of public security, food safety, social morality and China’s reputation.”

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Dublin is joining in the worldwide protests, feel free to use any of our photos in bots links here.
Alliance for Animal Rights, Po Box 4734. Dublin 1
Bernie Wright.
Press Officer
0872651720

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