May 03, 2014 - Andre Robinson maliciously called a street cat over and kicked him viciously sending the cat –later named King-flying into the air.
November 28, 2017 -3 ½ years later- Andre Robinson was only given 10 days community service & a 3 year order of non-possession of animals.
For more information on the case: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/brooklyn/nyc-man-pleaded-guilty-kicking-kitten-dodges-jail-time-article-1.3663351
November 14, 2017- If I seem a bit "annoyed" it's because the Fur Source's security guard just told me how all he cares about is getting paid and he could care less about the animals.
August 13,2017- Video of our final protest during Boknal 2017, just like the previous year we managed to voice our concerns to Consul General Gheewhan Kim. Thank you to everyone who participated in our various dog/cat meat protests. Please remember there is MUCH you can do to help fight the dog/cat meat trade. You can support the work of Marc Ching and his The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation, Nami Kim, KoreanDogs.org. You have local rescuers like KoreanK9Rescue.org which can use volunteers, donations and adopters. You have two house resolutions (401& 1406) in this country to fight the dog/cat meat trade. Please contact your representatives and ask them to support these resolutions and visit Citizen Lobbyists for H.Res. 401 on facebook to help get the word out.
May 4, 2017- INTERNATIONAL RESPECT FOR CHICKENS DAY, MAY 4 is an annual project launched by United Poultry Concerns in 2005 to celebrate chickens throughout the world and protest the bleakness of their lives in farming operations. The entire month of May is International Respect for Chickens Month! #RespectForChickensDayDescription
June 27, 2017- On Saturday June 24th, we attended Korean K9 Rescue's adoption event. We got to meet the dogs available for adoption. We also spoke with Gina Lori about the Korean dog meat trade the dogs were saved from and the work done by activists/rescuers in Korea. Make sure to watch the video to the end to see how the day ended. Please share and help support their work.
March 31,2017- We were recently invited to visit Ollie’s Place, an open adoption center in Manhattan run by the No Kill rescue group, Mighty Mutts. All of the cats you see in the video are available for adoption. Mighty Mutts also has dogs available for adoption as well. If you’re interested in adopting a companion animal, volunteering with them or donating to help them continue their live saving work, please contact them at www.mightymutts.org.
March 4, 2017 -NY1 stopped to talk to us amidst their coverage of Ringling Bros circus' last NYC performance. Goodbye, good riddance to these animal abusers!
July 25, 2015- The Animals´ Battalion second demo held in solidarity with Koreandogs.org, outside the Korean consulate in NYC was covered by ABC news. This demo is part of a global campaign, spearheaded by Korean activists to end the dog and cat meat eating practices of South Korea.