Adoption Our adoption center helps to reduce overpopulation and promote the adoption of companion animals.
We rescued 15 dogs with the help of an organization in Japan. They came all the way to Korea to visit the temporary shelter that Cheonan City provided, and expressed that they are willing to adopt some of the rescued dogs.
Prior to Jeha’s long journey, we were worried that she would have a hard time in the plane and adjusting to the new environment. However, there was nothing to worry about! Jeha was calm and peaceful upon arrival at her new home.
With the help of your support, Dark was rescued, treated, and adopted overseas. After hearing Dark’s story, a couple in Las Vegas who already had a canine companion decided to add him to their family.
Sori seemed puzzled to meet her new family for the first time. Her expression displays a certain look when she is curious about something. But we are sure that Sori will be the first to reach out to her adoptive family once she gets settled and adjusted to the new situation.
This December 2nd marks the 4th year of Snoopy’s arrival into our family in the Netherlands. A lot has happened throughout the past 4 years, but all in all, Snoopy and our family have been getting along very well. I hope my follow-up will help those who are planning on adopting.
Stray Kids, a nine-member male K-Pop group, were appointed as honorary ambassadors of CARE’s Black Dog Campaign. The appointment officially took place on October 31st, at our adoption center in Dapshimni.
We ally with Asiana Airlines to attract more flight volunteers. Special privileges, such as free additional baggage checks and use of the Asiana lounge, will be offered.
Have you been wondering what’s going on with Tori? On March 6th, he made a state visit to the CARE office. The visit was scheduled as part of our adoption follow-up process to check how Tori has been doing at the Blue House.
Almost immediately after he recovered and was transferred to our adoption center in Dapshimni, he found his new family. It often takes much longer to get adopted, but perhaps it was the fact that he was a puppy that melted the adopter’s heart.
Our ongoing “Dog Meat Free Korea” campaign is supported by lots of people and organizations. Kevin Bright, American television producer, and the DoVE Project (Dogs of Violence Exposed), an American organization focused on ending the dog meat trade in Asia, are two of them.
On July 26th, 2017, Tori—a four-year-old black mixed breed mutt—was adopted by South Korea’s President Jae In Moon, becoming the nation’s First Dog.
During his campaign, South Korea’s 19th president, Jae-in Moon, promised to adopt a dog from CARE as First Dog, the official companion dog of the First Family. Animal rights groups, animal lovers, and the Hankyoreh newspaper are demanding that he make good on this most easily-kept promise.
There was a very skinny dog on the road. The dog was assumed to be abandoned since there was no one around him and his appearance did look like he wandered around the street for a long time alone. Moreover, the dog’s head was twisted to one side. There is no way to recognize the […]
In June animal rights organization CARE exposed an illegal cat factory. Overall, 53 cats were rescued. Thankfully many cats found a new family, but there are still 11 cats without a name looking for a loving family. For those 11 cats and for the people, who cannot come to the cat factory in Ilsan, we […]
Arong was rescued from Gunsan. Until 2012 Arong was living in a home as a foster pet but this year her stay could not be extended and she came to live at the CARE adoption center instead. She is very sweet and craves for human interaction. Whenever she hears the caretakers’ voices nearby she whines […]