By choosing to adopt a homeless animal, you give her a second chance at happiness. Please share this information with friends and colleagues who are thinking of adding a companion animal to their lives.
Visiting an animal shelter is probably the best way to find the furry companion of your dreams! Contact a shelter near you to find out who is available and when you can drop by.
This English-language website listing animals for adoption throughout South Korea is managed by Leo Mendoza who also operates the BAPS shelter in Busan.
Many animal hospitals in Korea hold stray or abandoned animals for a period of time to help them find a home. Your local veterinarian may also be able to refer you to a Korean rescue group in your area.
http://www.animal.go.kr (Korean-language only)
This national website lists adoptable animals held in municipal shelters or boarding at vet clinics throughout the entire country.
NOTE: If text on the website appears jumbled, you'll have to set your browser's character encoding to 'Korean' or 'Hangeul'.
Each month, hundreds of cats and dogs are killed in shelters and die on the street for lack of a home. You can reduce that number.
Animal shelters and rescue groups have dogs and cats and other small animals of all ages, sizes, colours, breeds, and personalities. You have plenty of choice to find the perfect match for you and your family!
The industry that supplies pet shops with animals to sell is fueled by greed and full of suffering; buying from a pet shop perpetuates the suffering of the cats and dogs forced to breed in misery so humans can profit. Be one less customer.