The horrifying reality of The Yulin Dog Meat Festival
Every year, thousands of dogs are captured off the street or stolen from their families for Yulin, China’s infamous festival.
The dogs are shipped for thousands of miles under horrendous conditions. They are bludgeoned and their throats are cut in front of other terrified dogs
There are some simple actions you can take to stand against the dog and cat meat trade and this festival.
HOW YOU CAN HELP:
Download our “YULIN EXPOSED” eBooklet to learn more and share with your friends.
Follow us on social media and share our posts.
And please use the hashtags #EndYulinFestival and #StopEatingDogs.
The Duo Duo Project has one single mission:
to end the dog and cat meat trade forever.
Our volunteers on the front lines work tirelessly year-round to end the Yulin "festival" and to stop people from eating dogs and cats.
We’ve seen real progress. The number of dogs slaughtered is dropping significantly, with 2020 seeing an all-time low, from 10,000 dogs slaughtered at the 2016 "festival" to 3,000 dogs slaughtered in 2020.
But there is still much work to be done to end the Yulin festival and dog meat trade for good. You can help by donating below.
Our 3 Pronged Approach
Shelter & Dog Rescue
Ending the Supply
Education & Community Outreach
We’re on the ground every day to support dogs rescued from trucks and slaughterhouses and to give them a new start in life.
We work with local animal rights activists to assist in providing shelter and medical treatments when a dog meat truck is intercepted on its way to a dog slaughterhouse.
Large-scale spay and neuter programs are essential to the disruption of the meat trade.
Reducing the population of available dogs not only reduces animal suffering but also increases the cost to slaughterhouses and to their customers.
Our grassroots education programs are conducted in many dog-eating communities, including Yulin, to help people see dogs as our friends and not food.
We also work with local governments to pass legislation that makes the dog meat trade and the consumption of dogs and cats illegal.
Duo Duo Project is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
All donations are tax deductible.
Our tax I.D. is 46-2519733.
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