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This article may contain links to external sites which may have affiliate links from which CARE does not benefit if purchases are made. Are you going on a trip with your dog? Excellent idea! Dogs make the absolute best travel buddies. They’re eager to please and never complain—no matter how long the car trip. But, before you head off, you’ll need to do some prep-work first. Here’.

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Could you help get a home for these dogs, at least for now? The weather is getting too cold for them to survive. A number of puppies were living under a bridge in Guri in Gyeonggi Province in South Korea. An old blanket and empty bowls were scattered here and there. Nearby, a white-furred Jindo puppy was chewing a very old piece of bone. There were more than 20 dogs in the area, and the sight of...

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This article contains links to external sites which may have affiliate links from which CARE does not benefit if purchases are made. Whenever you sit down for a meal, your cat may sit down with you in the hope of getting a bite or two from your plate. While in some cases, it may seem harmless to give your cat a small tidbit, there are other times when letting your cat eat certain foods can be...

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In the ruins of the Gangwon Province forest fire near Gangneung—a town on the northeast coast of South Korea—we found a mixed breed dog. Not knowing what she was called, we named her “Otu.” Despite reporting Otu to the County office, we have yet to receive a response from her owner. Otu was found lying unmoving and silent in the middle of a muddy field. Her fur was the same color as the mud and...

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The pregnant cow who escaped the disastrous forest fire in Gangwon Province, died on April 9th, at approximately 10 a.m. On April 22nd, the cow was to have been taken to the Space SEON sanctuary in North Chungcheong Province, to receive intensive treatment and care, and was expected live happily for the rest of her days. However, just before CARE staff arrived to make the last preparations...

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When the fire broke out and everyone had to evacuate, an elderly lady delayed to cut loose her two dogs. While her house was burning down around her, she freed her pregnant dog, Gamja, and started cutting loose her other dog, Bada, who was barking loudly. However, overcome with exhaustion, she fell and wasn’t able to get back up. Her two dogs didn’t leave her side. Go save yourselves! Run!

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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. Back in March, when we partnered with DoVE Project—a US-based non-profit dedicated rescuing and rehoming dogs from the dog meat industry—to shut down a dog...

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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. CARE staff went there on the night the fires started to respond to reports of animals in danger, and were rescuing and helping animals continually throughout the duration of the fires and in their aftermath.

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On March 31st, 2019, CARE held their Annual General Meeting at the CARE Head Office in Jongno-gu, Seoul. 25 regular members were present. Executive Director Kyung-eun Kim had 134 votes delegated to her, and Member Lee Ji-soo had 25 votes delegated to her, for a total of 159 votes. Director Yong-ho Kim, who acted as the chairperson, announced that the requirements for the general meeting were met.

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Last week, a young stray cat was rescued by CARE employees. The cat was found near CARE’s head office and had a serious head injury from fighting with other cats. This cat was taken to the vet and received treatment and neutralization surgery. On Monday, CARE staff took the cat back to the head office to release it, but the employees of Bukchon Art Hall heard that it had been discharged from the...

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