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Animal welfare

Waiting For A Second Chance

Located just southwest of Seoul, Asan Animal Shelter is a no-kill facility that provides refuge for stray, abandoned and abused dogs and cats.

Owned by Mr. Park, the shelter is assisted by volunteers who work to rehabilitate animals and find them homes.


CARE UPDATE: A Monk, A Dog, and an Axe

Drunk monk kills dog with an axe

This story can be found on the CARE website. I post it because it happened in my city, and because it has the potential to be a ground breaking case in terms of South Korea’s as yet, unenacted Animal Protection Law.


Friend or Food? South Korea's Cruel Dog Meat Trade

by Rosalyn Morrison
(republished from the AWI Quarterly Winter 2012)


Tackling Veg*n Stereotypes – Vegetarian Dogma

Tackling Veg*n Stereotypes

People who are new to the idea of veganism will inevitably ask questions, and bravo to them. They may ask why you don’t eat meat or how long you’ve been vegan. Then there are the more annoying questions which require more composure, essentially those which brush up against stereotypes like, where do you get your protein or how do you know plants don’t have feelings too?


The Business of Eating Dog Meat in South Korea – BusanHaps

 


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