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Sharing from Facebook pages of Busan KAPCA and Richaya Yo. In July, Busan Korea Alliance for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Busan KAPCA) Jeju team reported this illegal dog farm and slaughterhouse to the Seogwipo government and received a signed agreement from the dog …Read More
February 21, 2018: Busan KAPCA shared that two large dogs – Mary and Alexandrea – were adopted by a kind Canadian and will be flying to Canada soon. In the case of overseas adoption, flight costs are paid by the adopter. Mother and Elizabeth will …Read More
Busan KAPCA Yangsan Dog Farm Rescue Update – Large, mixed breed dogs still waiting for homes abroad.
We have received an update on the adoption status of the dogs rescued by Busan Korea Alliance for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals(Busan KAPCA). The dogs were rescued from a Yangsan dog farm Busan KAPCA had shut down in January 2018. Click HERE for …Read More
The City of Jeonju and Animal Protection Group Work Together to Send Rescued Dogs from Osongje to Their Forever Homes!
Photo: From the left, Gina Nam, Mayor Seong-Su Kim, Nami Kim (SaveKoreanDogs.org), Mark (Gina’s husband), Dr. Chae-Woong Im of Jeonbuk National University College of Veterinary Medicine, and Commissioner Jeong-Hee Park of the Jeonbuk Environmental Protection Association. Nami Kim and her organization, SaveKoreanDogs.org, supported the city …Read More
Swedish star cross-country skier, Charlotte Kalla, was shown a video of South Korea’s dog meat industry and was very saddened by it. Swedish news Expressen, published on February 7, 2018, reported the peoples’ reaction to Charlotte, applauding and thanking her. We are thankful to Charlotte …Read More
[Update: January 21, 2018] Busan KAPCA’s rescued puppies and dogs from Yangsan dog farm are now with foster homes and at temporary shelters. All the rescued puppies and dogs are now with foster homes and at temporary shelters. There were 7 small dogs and 6 …Read More
Here is an update from Busan Korea Alliance for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (KAPCA)‘s closing down of a dog farm and rescue of dogs in Yangsan as reported on January 15, 2018. Click HERE to read the previous post on January 15, 2017. …Read More
Click HERE for update on January 17. Busan Korea Alliance for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals(Busan KAPCA) is a small, but very dedicated Animal Rights organization (registered nonprofit) located in Busan, South Korea which has been fighting to end the cruel dog meat trade …Read More
The below message is from Nami Kim with SaveKoreanDogs.org. She has decided to focus her time and energy in supporting the legislation effort to end the dog meat trade permanently. Legislation against the dog meat trade will address the source of the problem and have …Read More
Sharing from SaveKoreanDogs.org (Nami Kim)’s Facebook post. Update on May 20, 2017 Nami stated, “I would like to name this rescue “Moo” in honor of the old lady saving the dogs. I have arranged transport and Dr.Kim for the medical care spay/neuter. I am going …Read More
Sharing for Tracey Pitz and Project Save 70 team. Welcome and thank you for joining! This group is committed to helping Nami save the junkyard dogs and 100% of your donation goes directly to their care, including food, vaccinations, medications and any other related costs. …Read More