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About the dog meat trade in Cambodia

Three million dogs are slaughtered in Cambodia each year, even though dog meat is not a cultural or historic practice in this country. The number of dog meat restaurants are increasing and there are at least 100 of them in the capital city of Phnom Penh.  

There is no specific legislation banning this trade at a national level and it is fraught with criminality. The dog meat trade is often supplied by dogs who were once part of a loving family, snatched and trafficked for their meat. 

Find out more here: https://dogcatmeat.four-paws.org.au/

What else can you do to help?

  • Sign the petition to end the dog and cat meat trade
  • Share the petition - strengthen our voice to protect dogs and cats
  • Read more about what we are doing to close this house of horror here 
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