We give animal welfare lectures to schools and communities all over South Korea.
We also conduct awareness campaigns, tackling a wide variety of issues such as dog meat, animal testing, factory farming, cruelty to animals, whaling, animals in captivity, and fur.
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.
Recently, millennials have made headlines for increasingly embarking on homeownership for reasons slightly different than previous generations. While buying a home has long been associated with growing families, younger generations are seeking homes because of their dogs. Now, more than ever, dogs are factored into a family’s house hunting plans.
There is no sadder sight than a lonely cat or dog with no home. You can be the solution to that problem. Adopt a cat or dog from an animal shelter and encourage others to do likewise.
It’s the weekend and many shops promote their sales. But do you know which Korean cosmetic brands are vegan or cruelty free? Check our listing below. Please feel free to download and share it!
These days, many vets stated that, “There are so many cases that people bring their pets to the hospital because their pets have a problem with their health as people gave food, which animals must not eat, to them.” Most people do not provide ingredients which causes problems to pets. However, the accidents occur because […]
An accurate account of the horrendous situation, as aired on TV this past Sunday 1. Breeding is forced, not natural If the females were not pregnant during the dogs’ mating seasons, the factory workers would forcefully grab the two and breed them. If this too was unsuccessful, the workers would collect the males’ semen in […]