We rescue more than 1,000 of the 100,000 cats, dogs, horses, cows, deer and other animals that are abused and abandoned every year in South Korea.
We are the only non-profit organization in South Korea actively doing so.
A baby bird was lying on the side of the road. It was the middle of August and raining heavily. CARE staff didn’t know what had happened, but the bird was not moving; its wings were drooping, and it was blinking its eyes weakly.
“The kitten seems to have lost its mother.” The elementary school student looked at the kitten with deep concern. He couldn’t bring the kitten into his house without his mother’s permission, but he couldn’t leave him behind either.
A woman was occasionally dropping by her aged aunt’s house to check up on her and her two dogs. However, she’d had no contact with her aunt for several weeks, and felt something was wrong.
The Thank You Animals animal shelter in Kyeongi is home to more than 300 rescues who have been saved and fully treated but left in conditions that make adoption difficult. As a result, it is our responsibility to ensure that these larger and older dogs are given the love and care they need. The shelter […]
CARE received a heart wrenching story in the mail from a man who was taking care of his paralyzed mother. The son, a college student, went on to explain how his mother took in any abandoned or hurt dogs on the street to take care of them as her own, despite their financial situation.
Every day their screams were heard throughout the neighborhood. At the scene of their discovery, the male collie was lying limp due to physical abuse on its spine and the female had completely broken rows of teeth. How could anyone even think to harm a life in this way? The situation revolved around a man who […]
Natural Balance Korea has sent CARE’s adoption center bags upon bags of healthy food for the well-being of our animals. Included in the donation were 36 bags of dog food and 18 bags of cat food. We are forever grateful for the caring people at Natural Balance who continue to support these animals on their […]
On March 24th 2016, CARE received a photo. It reminded us of a photo that we had seen earlier that year of Hodu, the dog who was rescued in Kimhae with a fishing line tied around his snout.
Many of you were wondering what happened to Hodu after the airing of his story on TV Animal Farm on January 31st. Well, we are happy to inform you that Hodu has healed mentally and physically in unimaginable ways. The Western Animal Medical Center has prepared a video to show this drastic change. We are […]