We are the largest and most effective animal rights organization in South Korea.
We rescue abused and abandoned animals, run two adoption centers and three no-kill shelters, campaign for and defend animal rights, report on animal rights and welfare related issues, and promote a cruelty-free lifestyle.
After spending 2 years at our adoption center, Chollang made his way to Toronto, Canada to meet with his forever family.
On September 26th, with the Korean Association for Animal Protection (KAAP), we held a press conference at Gwanghwamun Plaza to reveal the government and municipality’s failure to address the issue of the live burial of pigs infected by the African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV.)
We reported the Mayor and officials of Paju City for violation of animal rights laws and dereliction of duty for allowing the live burial of pigs infected with African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) following the recent outbreak in South Korea.
Nova’s experience at the slaughterhouse was transcribed into a first-person testimony and delivered to the investigator in charge at Cheonan Seobuk Police Station.
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.
International animal rescue organizations will aid in the adoption of these 31 dogs in addition to the dogs that have been previously announced.
These are 17 more dogs that, in addition to the 28 others published earlier, will be adopted with the help of a Japanese animal protection group and an American animal protection group called DOVE Project.
If yours is one of the 60 million American households owning a dog, you probably know how hard it can be to resist and not allow your furry friend to sleep on the bed with you. But the good news is sleeping with your dog can be good for both of you.
These 13 dogs will be adopted with the help of a Japanese animal protection group and an American animal protection group called DOVE Project.
Pedigree dog breeds have been very popular and in high demand in South Korea. Whenever the media features dogs of certain breeds with their happy owners, that particular breed soon becomes trendy. Ball, a Golden Retriever, was one of those dogs.
Jelly is one of the dogs rescued from the wildfires in Gangwon Province in 2018. She, along with her mother Clara, was found unconscious on the ground. Having lost their home to the fire, Jelly’s family could no longer take care of the two dogs and decided to give them up for adoption.
2,450 pigs were to be killed at the Paju farm where the first outbreak took place, with a further 1,500 from other farms where the second and third outbreaks took place, totalling 3,950 pigs to be killed.
In May, Sooki was adopted by one of our long-term supporters. Her new family had been following her rescue story on social media and felt sympathy for this courageous little survivor. Aware of the unpopularity of larger dogs in South Korea, they wanted to rehome at least one more large dog to a warm, familial environment.
From experience, we knew that it would be very hard to find a family willing to adopt Won-sun over other healthy dogs in light of her ongoing special care needs. We decided to take permanent care of Won-sun for the rest of her life.
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.