Simon Cowell is doing what he can to help shut a dog meat farm in South Korea.
The America’s Got Talent judge, 58-Year-old Simon Cowell may be underestimated by lots of people, but he sure is really liked by those who choose to see the good in him and it’s no surprise why.
Simon has so far donated ₤ 25,000 to Humane Society International which is a charity that attempts to resolve globally animal issues.
The HSI tweeted about Cowellon Friday, explained just how his money has actually saved over 200 canines and puppies from specific death– even more particularly, from a South Korean canine meat farm.
HSI tweeted about Cowell’s donation on Friday. They claim thanks to his cash, over 200 dogs and puppies from a South Korean dog farm that breeds the pets for human consumption will certainly be saved. The charity plans to go there following week to take the dogs, after that they will send the dogs to different nations including the USA, Canada, the UK, and the Netherlands for recovery and adoption.
Simon’s generous donation meaning is very important to us and gives a big boost to our effort to shut this horrible dog meat farm, HSI UK Executive Supervisor Claire Bass said in a statement.
More than 200 dogs are in pain in the most awful conditions, but we have a real chance to save them. … These bad dogs have actually had the worst lives until now, so we’re trying extremely difficult to get them out of those horrible cages and give them love, soft beds and caring arms for the first time in their lives.
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DUAL YOUR EFFECT: With us leaving following week to save 200+ dogs on a SK dog meat ranch, television personality @SimonCowell has agreed to match ALL donations up to ₤ 25,000! Provide TODAY to have your donation matched to support this rescue & protect animals worldwide: http://hsi.org/tw092818
Though the appeal of dog meat consumption is decreasing in South Korea, the company still says that “thousands of dog factory farms still exist,” with 2.5 million dogs a year bred for human consumption among the nations 17,000 dog meat farms. In HSI’s background, they’ve shut a total of 12 dog meat farms and saved about 1,400 dogs.
Closing these farms does not simply means saving the animals. The charity– one of 83 pet charities working to combat this issue– also assists canine meat farmers wishing to leave the industry transition to more humanitarian companies, like chili or mushroom farming.
Their hope is that the Korean government will certainly follow their lead and do similar phase-out plans to end the industry nationwide.
In 2017, he spoke out in support of their #EndDogMeat project, telling Greetings Britain that eating a dog would be like eating your buddy.
The previous American Idol judge is also a animal owner himself, to Yorkshire terriers. He and his pups showed up with each other on an episode of Britain’s Got Talent in 2017, where he attempted to do doga (dog yoga) with the pooches.
Meanwhile, Cowell isn’t the only famous person that has lent his name to the cause of stopping canine farms in South Korea. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump and CNN anchor Randi Kaye have also been outspoken about the issue.