The World Dog Alliance (WDA) is determined to reinforce its mission by advocating for the inclusion of a crucial language in the upcoming United States Appropriation Bill. This language aims to urge the United States Department of State to take the lead in initiating an International Agreement to Prohibit the Eating of Dogs and Cats with other countries. This progressive step is prompted by the United States’ previous success in passing the dog and cat meat ban in the historic 2018 Farm Bill.
The World Dog Alliance, spearheading the global fight against the inhumane treatment of dogs and cats, recognizes the need for collective action on an international scale. By incorporating this language into the United States Appropriation Bill, the WDA aims to build momentum in combating the cruel practice of consuming dogs and cats worldwide.
“The inclusion of this language in the United States Appropriation Bill is a significant milestone in our ongoing efforts to put an end to the unimaginable suffering endured by millions of innocent animals,” said Genlin, Founder of the World Dog Alliance. “Through this proactive measure, we seek to leverage the United States’ influential position on the global stage and rally nations together to adopt a unified stance against the consumption of dogs and cats.”
The United States’ resolute stance on animal welfare is exemplified by the 2018 Farm Bill, which banned the slaughter and consumption of dogs and cats, sending a powerful message against these barbaric practices. Now, the WDA calls upon the United States government to extend its commitment beyond its borders and galvanize other nations to follow suit.
The proposed International Agreement to Prohibit the Eating of Dogs and Cats aims to foster global cooperation in eliminating the trade, slaughter, and consumption of these beloved companion animals. By establishing a unified front, countries can collaborate in enacting comprehensive legislation, strengthening law enforcement efforts, and raising awareness about the ethical and public health implications associated with the dog and cat meat industry.
The World Dog Alliance remains optimistic about this inclusion in the United States Appropriation Bill. With the United States leading the charge, there is a genuine opportunity to catalyze change on a global scale and safeguard the lives and welfare of countless dogs and cats.