is continuing her fight against China’s annual Yulin Dog Meat Festival. After years of protesting the event, during which dogs are brutally killed and cooked, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
star recently thought she’d won a huge victory when there were rumors that the city would ban the sale of dog meat at the event.
And while the event will be smaller this year due to increased scrutiny worldwide, dog meat will still be sold at the festival, shocking dog lovers everywhere. Despite the setback, Lisa isn’t backing down. In an exclusive interview with OK!
, the Bravo star shared how she plans on saving the dogs and ending this event once and for all.