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BoA, Shin Se Kyung, Han Ji Min, Dana and more join petition after watching 'Animal Farm'

By yckim124   Tuesday, May 17, 2016   38,273   3,548   26



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Beautiful stars with beautiful hearts have stepped up to abolish inhumane puppy mills. 

On the most recent episode of 'Animal Farm', 4minute's HyunA appeared as a guest, where she just couldnt hold back the tears after watching the heartbreaking story of brutal dog mills, where inhumane breeding practices caused alarm. 

Following the episode, numerous heartbroken celebrities encouraged people to join the petition to abolish these inhumane puppy mills. Well-known dog lover Dana as well as BoA, Shin Se Kyung, Han Ji Min, Uhm Jung Hwa, and more shared posts on their SNS accounts that read, "We demand animal protection laws that will abolish puppy farms." 

SEE ALSO: HyunA bursts into tears watching how dogs are bred on 'Animal Farm'

BoA also wrote, "As an animal lover I cannot describe the sadness and anger I felt. Please put your hearts together. Mistreating animals because they cannot talk is not something humans should do." 

Uhm Jung Hwa added a comment on her Instagram as well with the words, "I was devastated after watching the show. Do you think you can allow that if it was your family?" Han Ji Min also commented, "Please put your efforts together." 

We hope Dana, BoA, Shin Se Kyung, Han Ji Min, Uhm Jung Hwa, and other celebrities' support for this cause leads to greater awareness, and eventually bring an end to inhumane puppy mills. 

  1. Shin Se Kyung
  2. BoA
  3. Han Ji Min
  4. Dana
  5. Uhm Jung Hwa
  6. Dana

oooxtina Wednesday, May 18, 2016

is there any way for us korean americans can sign the petition? i watched the episode too tsk tsk

clarissaxd Tuesday, May 17, 2016

YES THANKYOU PEOPLE ARE SANE! abuse is abuse. Fight on girls!!!

Darkkkkite Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Realize that abuse is abuse no matter what happens to the animal in the end. Whether it's for food, clothing, pets, Abuse is use in all sorts of industries so this isn't much different from animal meat/egg/dairy/clothing/cosmetic ect cruelty. This is a great way to spread awareness of abuse in this situation but there cruelty in other forms too that people don't seem to realize

BigBlueagain Tuesday, May 17, 2016

For those wanting to sign the petition, I posted the link in my comment here and on BoA's fan page in the forums section.

kpauburn Tuesday, May 17, 2016

I guess this shows how Hyuna can get people's attention - she really has gained so much respect and I am proud of her for doing something so important when it would have been so much easier for her to avoid going on this show and not facing a tough issue before the nation.

lulzbrooks kpauburn Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Sinraptor Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Why do people have to complain even when something good is happening? One can't solve every problem at once. Can we just support the fact that they want to stop puppy mills? That is a system that brings nothing good other than puppies with lots and lots of health issues. At least in most cases (country dependent) the food industry has A LOT of rules regarding animal welfare, and it's being constantly worked on. Puppy mills on the other hand, does not. Can we just stop with the complaining for once, please? Especially when this is good news! Hopefully they will help bring awareness about how horrible puppy mills are so it can be stopped.

jelly1109 Tuesday, May 17, 2016

You guys, although the abusive practices in the food industry are very important to spread awareness about as well, this article and petition is about the horrid puppy mill system. Just because they are not petitioning against the meat industry does not make them hypocrites for petitioning against puppy mills. That would be like saying you're a hypocrite for spreading awareness about North Korean refugees but not Syrian refugees. Yes, these issues are all interrelated but each in need of their own focus as well, especially if we actually want to make effective changes one important step at a time.

youcangoeatshit Tuesday, May 17, 2016

So many childish kids here shouting that the celebrities are hypocrites. If they actually read, it's about "inhumane breeding practices" and has NOTHING TO DO WITH BEING A CARNIVORE. I can be a meat-eating lover, but I do not condone unorthodox animal abuse. I am pretty sure there would be no complains if the breeding practices are not abusive.

jadekpop Tuesday, May 17, 2016

you know what my first reaction was well are you going to stop eating animals products and call them hypocrites however ad least their FUCKING doing something about  this SERIOUS problem. Who the fuck are U to judge and call someone a hypocrite when ur probably doing nothing about it as well. And im like do u feel guilty does it hurt to know people are actually trying to do something while ur not. If ur unhappy that their not helping cows or sheep then  u try and do it but I bet u wont because ur to busy being cheap buying McDonalds or buying animal testing beauty products. From what I see in Korean culture ad least they worship the meat like its the holy ghost unlike lets say America.

mercurieshawol Tuesday, May 17, 2016

I think it's great that they're stepping up to end this abuse, but it's hypocritical because as far as I know BoA, and most likely the other people in this article, eat other animals. It may not be dog meat, but BoA says "Mistreating animals because they cannot talk is not something humans should do" but she can still eat seafood and sausages as shown on her instagram... I just don't get how they feel sympathy and urgency to save these dogs but not for cows, chickens, pigs, ect who are abused in similar manners

pink_oracle mercurieshawol Tuesday, May 17, 2016

A puppy mill has nothing to do with eating animals. They breed dogs for pets, not meat. But they treat them with unforgivable cruelty and more often then not the puppies that are sold are in such terrible condition they die soon after people get them home.

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