In July 2010, Julia de Cadenet was Called to the Bar in England at the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. She holds a perfect record of Good Standing. The blog written by Animal Buddy and Buddy for Animals and the defamatory tweet by Peter Egan claiming she has been ” debarred” is completely fabricated . It part of a hate campaign and the cyber bullying/ stalking Ms de Cadenet has been subject to for the last 10 months.
Julia de Cadenet is a dual qualified lawyer currently working in American Immigration . She acts as the voluntary CEO and Legal Advisor of the Charity World Protection for Dogs and Cats in the meat trade. This registered charity 1154524 campaigns to end the cruel dog and cat meat trade.
World Protection for Dogs and Cats in the Meat Trade is a UK charity that has been set up to prevent and suppress cruelty to dogs and cats.
We recently held an online fundraiser to help save dogs from the Yulin dog meat festival and provide emergency care. The money raised purchased we have been told including by a leading animal expert that this money saved 500 dogs and 100 cats. Last week our trustees travelled to China to meet the rescuer and above all meet the dogs and cats that have been saved by this person. The welfare of the animals being at all times our priority.
Since we work on the ground with local activists, vets and shelters we were welcomed by various known groups who came with us to visit all the shelters including those which have never been in the press and ones in secret locations. They immediately wanted to help and have direct access to food and medical care at very cost effective rates. They also have a large network of caring volunteers who work on the front lines. We were keen as you are all am sure to:
(a) meet and photograph these 500 dogs and 100 cats in order to check their welfare and ensure donors money had been well spent to date on their care. We wanted to give immediate assistance as we did in the camps we later visited to their needs and the team with us had brought supplies and vaccinations.
(b) under the guidance of a leading animal welfare organisation working on the ground we were able to obtain the information we needed to produce a report (as required by the charity commission) and to immediate plans in motion to secure the welfare of these 500 dogs and 100 cats. They were also able to advise us on the different animals that have come from the recent truck rescues.
All the local shelters and activists who have a large number of volunteers were keen and are still keen to help.
We sincerely wished to visit the 3000 dogs the newspaper had told us were in this rescuers care and find out how we could tangibly help and get others to help. Again our findings were witnessed by local welfare groups who also took us to their own shelters and they discussed with us what they are Chinese volunteers could do.
It really warmed our hearts to know how Chinese people that really care about animals wish to work together and have risk their lives to save them.
We are currently in communication through these on the ground rescue groups with the person in question and the local groups will be going back on a regular basis to keep us updated and continue with their help.
Sadly Facebook and Twitter is banned in China and does not represent a reliable means of communication. When we return we hope many of you will join us so you can also meet these 500 dogs and 100 cats.
We have many stories also to share from the front line having met the rescuers from 306,809,816 rescues.
Thankyou for caring
Please contact our charity directly. We will be holding also a full press conference.
0207 873 2250
Update on protest and news around the disgraceful ” Boknai days” in South Korea.
There is talk that Moran Market will close down and be turned into a park – this means change may come. It remains to be seen whether this illegal unregulated industry will be pushed underground- keeping torture behind closed doors.
Activists however in Korea (see photos from Busan) continue to spread awareness.
If you can help us with the NoToDogMeat and NoToCatMeat campaign- please get in touch
Our amazing fundraisers Robert, Justin. Madeleine, Ronan, Hannah and Jake completed the final stage of their epic 120 mile West Highland Way hike this week when they reached Fort William. The four dog were rewarded with a well deserved wash and grooming session at the Happi-Dog Grooming Centre! They managed to gain the attention of local MP and ex leader of the Liberal Democrats Charles Kennedy who will be signing EDM 159 which highlights the cruelty of the dog meat trade.
You can still donate to Roberts fundraiser Here.
A lovely group of activists came out in force to protest against the Chinese dog meat trade and the Yulin dog meat festival outside the ‘Chinese Splendor’ performance at the Hollywood Bowl last night. Here are the pictures – a massive THANK YOU from the rest of us to you all for doing this – we love you!!
Julia de Cadenet thanks big hearted Hollywood celebrities for speaking up for cats and dogs. I was overwhelmed when Hollywood Actress and animal-lover Fia Perera contacted me to say an event had been organised this #FourthofJuly to say ‘NoToDogMeat’. The timing could not be be better in the wake of Yulin’s Dog Meat festival and the forthcoming Korean DogMeat Bokdays. As a lawyer in the film business I know how busy performers are and to give their time so generously to to a charitable cause is amazing. We really hope 100,000 signatures will be raised on our whitehouse petition.
Respecting Culture can never mean condoning Cruelty https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/join-uk-government-and-end-cruel-dog-and-cat-meat-trade/4Xh48r7N
Fantastic news! Wonderful Hollywood animal Actor-vists Fia Perera, Lori Alan, Shannon Lee and Sky Valencia have organised a protest event to say ‘No To Dog Meat’ at the Hollywood Bowl today! The fight to end the suffering of millions of animals is so in need of amazing celebrities to speak out and gain worldwide attention for the cause – Thank You!