Adoption Our adoption center helps to reduce overpopulation and promote the adoption of companion animals.
Thanks to the care and love of Lexi’s fosterer, she was able to regain her fluffy white fur and her smile. And later, she found her forever family.
A dog may be just livestock and food to some, but to us, Sola—like all dogs—was one of a kind; deserving of love and a life free from fear and pain. Through hard work, Sola has now found a warm-hearted adopter to take care of him, a new doggie friend and a comfy bed on which to lay his head.
Pumba was rescued from a dog farm in Bulgyeo, Boseong-gun in South Jeolla Province. He now lives a new kind of life, with a prairie with a spacious oceanic background as his playground.
We are pleased to announce that Bo, who was rescued from the Cheonan Slaughterhouse, has found his forever family!
Lilly showed her love for people, even on the site of the dog slaughtering. At our first meeting, she stretched out her little legs and snuggled up to us, gazing up with her smiling eyes.
Jiggy now has a new forever home with a family that can help him forget the fear of the slaughterhouse. Please wish Jiggy all the happiness that he deserves.
In late August, 2019, a family travelled all the way from Vancouver, Canada to Korea specifically to adopt Ggamsang.
In October 2018, we went to a slaughterhouse in Seongnam City that was notorious for its ill treatment of dogs. Of the 9 dogs rescued, Foby was the first to board a plane and fly to Los Angeles, California to meet her new adoptive parents.
Following Barrett, who is now called Seorak, the second dog to be adopted by a new family is Whistle. Whistle was adopted by a family in Las Vegas.
We are delighted to tell you that another of Clara’s puppies, White, has found a new adoptive family. White, or “Lucy” as she has been renamed, will be living with a family of an Air Force veteran, a firefighter, and two children.
We received an urgent call from one of our volunteers that a dog was in need of an immediate rescue. The dog was Joshua. He was tied up next to a toilet in the middle of an alley.
Barrett was rescued from the Cheonan slaughterhouse where dogs had been hanged and burned alive for 20 years. When we first discovered Barrett, he was in a cage covered in his own waste with lesions on his legs which exposed the bone. He was immediately taken in for surgery, as his leg could no longer support him.
We shared Yoontaek’s story on social media and were fortunate to find a new family to welcome him. His new adoptive parent had had two animals – 14 and 18 years old – that were unfortunately no longer around.
After spending 2 years at our adoption center, Chollang made his way to Toronto, Canada to meet with his forever family.
Yangpa was one of the dogs we rescued from the dog farm in Beolgyo, Jeonnam City, in February 2018. After waiting more than a year, Yangpa was adopted by a family in Las Vegas, USA.