In the Media

KCRUSH Interview with Animal Rights Activist So-youn Park

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.

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Stop Blaming Cats for African Swine Fever Virus!

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.

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Culprits of the Epidemic; Animal Holocaust Revealed

On September 26th, with the Korean Association for Animal Protection (KAAP), we held a press conference at Gwanghwamun Plaza to reveal the government and municipality’s failure to address the issue of the live burial of pigs infected by the African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV.)

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More Innocent Pigs Killed

2,450 pigs were to be killed at the Paju farm where the first outbreak took place, with a further 1,500 from other farms where the second and third outbreaks took place, totalling 3,950 pigs to be killed.

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Japan Must Stop Cruel Dolphin Massacre

On September 9th, the cove of Taiji, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan, turned bright red as a pod of 21 young short-finned pilot whales was slaughtered while 3 others were captured to face a life of imprisonment. Despite growing international condemnation, Japan carried out its annual dolphin slaughter.

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President Jae In Moon to Adopt Dog from CARE

During his campaign, South Korea’s 19th president, Jae-in Moon, promised to adopt a dog from CARE as First Dog, the official companion dog of the First Family. Animal rights groups, animal lovers, and the Hankyoreh newspaper are demanding that he make good on this most easily-kept promise.

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