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World Protection for Dogs and Cats in the Meat Trade
17 Cavendish Square
London
W1G 0PH
+ 44 207 873 2250
How Your Money Is Spent
Financial Period May 2013-May 2014

How your money is spent

NoToDogMeat is a campaigning organisation, a people led movement which supports
the registered charity 1154524, known as the World Protection for Dogs and Cats in the Meat Trade
"NoToDogMeat Foundation".

Our charity has been set up to promote humane behaviour towards dogs and cats by any or all of the following means:

i.preventing or suppressing cruelty to animals in the dog and cat meat trade worldwide;
ii.providing support to animal sanctuaries who rescue dogs and cats from the meat trade;
iii.facilitating provision of veterinary care and treatment for dogs and cats in the meat trade including those at dog farms and animals which have been rescued;
iv.assisting with rehoming of dogs and cats ( including lost pets) who have been rescued from the dog and cat meat markets and trade;
v.campaigning for animal welfare laws to be respected on an international and national level for animals in the dog and cat meat trade at all levels including dog farms,live transport of dogs and cats for slaughter. slaughter house regulations and/or suppression of boiling/skinning and blowtorching live dogs and cats in the meat markets.

administration.
global campaign
rescue/shelters
outreach projects