Animal Abuse

CARE - 2019 - A Year in Review

A Review of 2019

Our acheivements in 2019 were due to the ongoing support of our generous donors, the hard work and dedication of our staff and volunteers, and those who encourage us and stand with us on social media.

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A Clear Vision for 2020

In 2019, we saved many animals in desperate need of help. All of this was made possible through the generous help of people like you who support our mission with regular donations.

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Physical Pain Recognized as Animal Cruelty

A gas station owner in Jangheung, South Jeolla Province, who habitually assaulted his two dogs is possibly to be charged with “acts causing physical pain,’ a clause included in the Animal Protection Act in September 2018.

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Cheonan Dog Slaughterer Case Sent to Public Prosecutor

The case of the Cheonan Dog Slaughterer, who hanged dogs by the neck and burned them alive, has now been passed on to the Cheonan branch of the Daejon Public Prosecutor’s Office. The police investigator has dispatched the case with the formal opinion of indictment on all charges brought against this man, namely the violation of animal protection laws, specifically articles 1, 2 and 4 in Section 1; and article 4 in Section 2.

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We Wish There Were No Abused Animals

We were sent a video on October 15th. In the video, a man approached a dog tied to a post and kicked its jaw. The dog shrank from the man’s kicks and another dog, shut in an off-ground cage opposite, was showing signs of stress.

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Boy and dog on stairs

Snoopy’s Adoption Story from the Netherlands

This December 2nd marks the 4th year of Snoopy’s arrival into our family in the Netherlands. A lot has happened throughout the past 4 years, but all in all, Snoopy and our family have been getting along very well. I hope my follow-up will help those who are planning on adopting.

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