CARE: Two dogs rescued from an animal abuser in Pyeongtaek
2 min readApr 12


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This is an update from the Two dogs rescued from a strange house in Pyeongtaek where animal carcasses are found in piles.

We present an update on the unsettling house in Pyeongtaek, adorned with an array of animal carcasses; some stripped down to their skins. Upon examining past street views, it was discovered that another dog’s skin had been displayed in the same place at an earlier time, indicating a pattern of killing dogs in the same manner.

The premise contained an array of deceased animals, including cats, Border Collies, roe deer, and chickens. Although the investigation has yet to reveal the precise nature of the house, our immediate priority was to save the two living dogs present on the premises. Yesterday, our Watchdog members revisited the site, removed all remaining dog cages, and actively engaged the homeowner in the process. The owner committed to no longer keeping animals.

The rescued Border Collie is now at RUN, and the Jindo dog remains in the hospital. Fundraising for their medical expenses has scarcely covered spay and neuter surgery costs. Unfortunately, it’s often the case that funds are not easily raised unless a dog appears visibly injured. However, many animals in dire situations may not exhibit obvious signs of injury. We kindly ask for your ongoing support and engagement in helping CARE rescue, protect, and rehome these vulnerable animals.

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Documentary: Cruel Death of South Korea’s Dogs. Dogs Are Innocent. (한국 댕댕이 잔혹사: 개는 죄가 없다)

“The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.” -Mahatma Gandhi
“한 국가의 위대함과 도덕성은 그 나라의 동물들이 어떻게 대우받고 있는지를 보면 알 수 있다.” -마하트마 간디



We are a group of volunteer campaigners who are opposed to dog and cat consumption in South Korea.