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.
We held a three-day “Dog Farm in the Street” campaign from Friday April 19th until Sunday April 21st, in Hongdae, Gangnam, and Gwanghwamun respectively, as part of our ongoing campaign to end dog farms and the dog meat industry in South Korea.
Goseong, Sokcho and other regions of Gangwon Province on the North East Coast of South Korea have been ravaged by severe forest fires. The government has proclaimed it a national disaster.
On March 31st, 2019, CARE held their Annual General Meeting at the CARE Head Office in Jongno-gu, Seoul. 25 regular members were present.
We received a phone call from a man from the Moran Market Dog Meat Association. Surprisingly, he was reporting that some dogs had been abandoned in a small cage for a couple of months on a hill near the market.
A CARE member reported finding three stray dogs wandering the street. He described the matter as urgent as one of them, a brown Chihuahua, had one leg missing.
Here is a brief outline of the events of the Hanam City situation.
We received an email from a person living in Seongju county, North Gyeongsang province telling us that one of his neighbors was struggling to take care of more than 100 abandoned animals.
On September 12th, 2018, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the ‘Dog and Cat Meat Trade Prohibition Act 2017.’
A dog who a neighbor had been giving food to for 2 years was hit by a car. The dog could not sit down and was bleeding from her nose.
It is with great sadness that we report that Tongki, the sole remaining captive polar bear in South Korea, died at 6 p.m. on October 17th in Everland theme park in Seoul. He was 24 years old.
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.
For the last 3 months, students in grades 3-6 at Yang Pyeong Elementary School took part in our “Discovering Petiquette” workshop. We have received feedback from parents that they have noticed changes in their children’s attitudes towards animals.
Even more donations-in-kind arrive at our adoption centers from our ever more amazing supporters.
Here are more donations-in-kind from our wonderful supporters. All will be put to good use.
We’ve had so many in-kind donations this week that we have no choice but present our thanks as a photo gallery.