In partnership with the Korean Red Cross and local governments, CARE provides animal welfare lectures to city schools all over South Korea. We are also in our second year of the ‘How to Become an Animal Advocate’ program. It is comprised of a ten lecture course that teaches the history of animal protection, current welfare related issue, and how to become a successful advocate for animals. We also conduct awareness campaigns, tackling a wide variety of issues such as dog meat, animal testing, factory farming, cruelty to animals, whaling, animals in captivity, and fur.
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It was investigated from CARE for the last three years that the number of companion animals that are abandoned from their owners has increased. Also, it was found that the abandoning case is focused on summer vacation. We, analyzed current status of abandoned animals in Korea from 2014 to 2016, and announced and the precautions. […]
These days, many vets stated that, “There are so many cases that people bring their pets to the hospital because their pets have a problem with their health as people gave food, which animals must not eat, to them.” Most people do not provide ingredients which causes problems to pets. However, the accidents occur because […]
An accurate account of the horrendous situation, as aired on TV this past Sunday 1. Breeding is forced, not natural If the females were not pregnant during the dogs’ mating seasons, the factory workers would forcefully grab the two and breed them. If this too was unsuccessful, the workers would collect the males’ semen in […]