It is estimated that around 100,000 dogs and cats are abandoned each year in South Korea. We hope to end this and are campaigning to establish an ‘Don’t Buy; Adopt’ culture.
We currently operate three no-kill animal shelters outside of Seoul, and two adoption centers in central Seoul.
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Coexistence of Animal rights on Earth (CARE) is one of the largest animal rights organizations (non-profit) in South Korea, which actively rescue, rehabilitate, and rehome, with more than 300 animals in our care at any given time. Our facilities include three no-kill shelters and two adoption centers. However, as CARE is an organization in a […]
After many surgeries, the gash on Goma’s hip is beginning to heal. He has had a rough few weeks, going in and out of surgery while being treated for heartworm. He is holding up very well. Understandably so, Goma still has a hard time approaching humans. Because he was hurt severely while wandering the streets, […]
Under a chicken coop on a farm in Gyeonggi-do, a young white dog with a severe case of skin disease was found hiding from the rain and heat. Though he seemed quite friendly toward approaching humans, he only ate when people left him food or water in front of him and left. CARE rescued the […]
Sodali is a white Jindo dog that got his paw stuck in a trap and contracted skin disease. For two years following his injured paw, he roamed the village. Recently, people noticed that he had developed a sort of rash. As he began wandering a village, people found him “ghastly” and threatened to shoot him. […]
Seven years ago, two dogs turned up in a small Namyangju village. One resident noticed that the female had been giving birth every six months, and took her to the vet to be spayed. Soon, the entire village was pitching in to feed and love the two dogs. One day, the male dog disappeared, leaving […]