Is the raccoon cafe closing? The Wildlife Cafe faces rectification
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In recent years, more and more cafes regard cute little animals as their own characteristics and signs, and these stores dabble in a wide variety of animals. In addition to our common cat cafes and dog-themed cafes, there are also traditional animals such as ducks, rabbits, goats and pigs. even ferrets, hedgehogs, owls, foxes, raccoons and other life that can only be seen in zoos have been "forced" into the cute camp of cafes.
For example, a popular Korean coffee shop called "Raccoon Cafe" takes the "crispy noodle" raccoon as the selling point, leading countless animal fans to sign in in South Korea in order to "shake" these furry cutie on the spot. However, while this kind of animal-themed cafe is popular with young consumers around the world, it has also attracted the attention of many animal protection organizations.
However, in just these two days, South Korea has amended the Wildlife Law, and wildlife cafes will be completely banned from business next week. In other words, coffee shops with small raccoons and other animals as selling points will face rectification. On December 5, South Korea's Ministry of Environment announced that the South Korean cabinet had passed relevant legal amendments requiring companies to obtain permits when raising and displaying animals, and cafes featuring wild animals such as raccoons would be completely banned.
According to media efforts in South Korea to sort out the translation, the details of the revision of the Wildlife Law are as follows:
1. In principle, the new rules prohibit the display of wild animals outside existing registered zoos and aquariums. two。 It is forbidden to inflict painful behavior on animals for the purpose of entertainment. 3. Dolphin shows are not allowed in existing registered zoos and aquariums. 4. Representative pet dogs, pet cats, domestic animals, some birds and so on can be displayed. In reptiles, turtles and snakes (except poisonous species) can be displayed. Species that are less likely to spread zoonotic diseases or do less harm to humans can be displayed.
The amendment explicitly stipulates that institutions that display animals must equip animals with living conditions similar to their natural habitats and regularly provide them with food that can be obtained in the wild, South Korea's Central Daily reported. Before the amendment, zoos and aquariums only needed to provide basic display and living places for wild animals. In addition, the amendment also stipulates that enterprises must submit plans on how to manage animals.
At present, the South Korean government provides a transitional period for enterprises that display animals to carry out transformation and obtain relevant licenses. But by 2027, cafes that can interact with wild animals such as raccoons will be banned altogether. At that time, some behaviors that may cause pressure on animals will also be considered illegal, such as riding animals, and violators will be fined 1.5 million to 5 million won (about 8175 to 27300 yuan) at a single time.
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