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Please sign the petition pressuring the mayor of Baguio to close all dog meat restaurants.
We are off to a running start on the dog meat issue in 2014! We intend to strike at the heart of the trade by targeting dog meat restaurants in Baguio, a city 200 km to the north of Manila. Long known as the capital of the dog meat trade, Baguio has allowed numerous dog meat restaurants to operate in open violation of the law, something we intend to put a stop to.
Please sign the petition pressuring the mayor of Baguio to revoke the business licenses of all dog meat restaurants.
Baguio relies on tourism, so we hope the mayor will respond to our petition, especially if we get a lot of signatures. But if the mayor refuses to apply the law and shut down the dog meat restaurants we intend to take our campaign to the next level. Our staff in the Philippines have reached an agreement with the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS), the national agency tasked with, amoungst other things, ensuring that restaurants comply with the law. The agreement will see a joint NFA / NMIS team raiding all known dog meat restaurants in Baguio and laying charges against the owners.
But before we get to this stage, we need to do our best to impress upon the mayor that there is a widespread, international movement against the trade in dogs for meat and that we will never give up until this disgraceful activity is a thing of the past. Signing our petition will do just that.
Thank you very much for your support. I know that together in 2014 we are going to do great things for animals.
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