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RAIN: Help Stop the Torture of Dogs in South Korea

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Music and the Arts can often bring about cultural metamorphosis that might otherwise be difficult to achieve. Who can do this better than the lively South Korean musician, actor and songwriter Rain?

Please support our letter to Rain asking him to intercede on behalf of the captive dogs of South Korea, who are to be abused and slaughtered this summer as they are, every year.

Dear RAIN,

We are writing to request your attention to the terrible atrocity taking place in your country. Jung Ji-Hoon, young people like yourself are the future of the world and can help South Korea be known around the world for its compassion rather than its terrible cruelty to dogs and cats.

Two and a half million South Korean dogs are electrocuted, hanged, boiled alive or beaten to death each year. They are killed in the cruelest ways imaginable.

You have the gift of song and music, will you please sing courageous songs for the emancipation of dogs and cats in your country? They need YOU to speak up for them. And they need YOU now.

Your fellows, your brothers and sisters, the dogs of South Korea are to be tortured and killed at the Bok-Nal festival.  A relief-less terrifying time for dogs! This an assault not only on the dignity and conscience of all South Koreans but also of the world.

We, your friends ask you to put together an event, a concert and/or recorded songs condemning this ruthless practice. The dogs especially need you to stand up for them at Bok-Nal 2016. They are crying out for help...listen. You can be the catalyst for change.

We thank you and hope to hear from you,

Please join our Circle of Compassion and Gratitude for a few moments every day at noon. Send your thoughts of love and compassion to the dogs, cats and all animals in the world who suffer because of us.


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