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Project Prisoners / Infographic and BI

Project Prisoners
Project Prisoners

Breeding dogs are being locked up in the cage filled with dirty wastes and low-grade feeds and reproducing puppies for selling to pet shop until they die. This hostile breeding place is called puppy mill or dog farm. Currently many puppy mills are illegally being operated and the number of people who get damaged from adapting companion animals from this place is increasing every year. PRISONERS is created to show this dark side of Korea’s companion animal industry to Korean or foreign people and to make people say no to adopting companion animals from puppy mill.

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Sungshin Women's University

Sungshin Women's University
Seoul, South Korea

JINA KIM,
Sungshin Women's University