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.
The law rewarding those who report dog owners for failing to leash their dogs is to be repealed. For years, we have been demanding this of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs (MAFRA) by holding demonstrations and debates in the National Assembly.
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!
On October 30th, New York City Council passed a number of bills, including a ban on foie gras and new laws for horse-drawn carriages during hot summer days. They will take effect in 2022.
In late August, 2019, a family travelled all the way from Vancouver, Canada to Korea specifically to adopt Ggamsang.
We interviewed Mukul Nagpaul, a fitness coach, animal rights activist, and extreme sportsman from India. He had come to compete in Ironman Gurye in South Korea. However, this race was cancelled for safety reasons due to Typhoon Tapah.
On October 12th, Governor of California Gavin Newsom announced that he had signed into law AB-44, the most progressive animal rights law in U.S. history.
Ms. Park has dedicated most of her life by rescuing animals from horrific environments. In this interview, we learn more about CARE, how we can co-exist with the animals, how we can prevent cruelty to animals, and clear up the misunderstandings that have been circulating about Ms. Park and CARE recently.
Just like us humans, dogs begin to feel the pinch when the weather starts to cool down, even when they have thick furry coats to rely on. As winter approaches, it’s essential to take extra precautions to make sure your dog is safe when they’re outdoors in the rain, snow or icy winds.
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.
We received a call about a deer that had its head trapped in an irrigation floodgate for many hours. Nobody had come to help because Water deer are listed as vermin despite being listed as Vulnerable by the IUCN.
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.
Yonhap News falsely reported that wild cats may have spread African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) by eating or stepping on contaminated meat before entering farms. It went on to suggest that wild cats should be put down as a precautionary measure.
We will continue to strive for the day when all slaughter facilities are banned by law, and will continue to keep an eye on illegal slaughter of animals besides dogs and cats.
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.