In Singapore, a significant shift is underway as the government prepares to lift a 34-year ban on cat ownership in public flats, allowing households to have up to two cats per unit. To ensure responsible ownership, microchipping and licensing of pet cats will be made mandatory by the Housing Development Board (HDB). Meanwhile, in South Korea, a landmark decision has been made to completely ban dog meat consumption and related businesses, marking a crucial step towards ending the inhumane dog meat trade. Both developments signal a positive trajectory for animal welfare and are expected to have a notable impact on the pet food industry, with increased demand projected as pet populations grow in response to these changes.

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