Stray Cat Rescued Near Head Office

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This post is translated from a post on their website, and was not written by us.
Last week, a young stray cat was rescued by CARE employees. It was found near CARE’s head office and had a serious head injury from fighting with other cats.

Last week, a young stray cat was rescued by CARE Korea employees.

The cat was found near CARE Korea’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 Korea 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 vet and decided to adopt it and named it ‘Yulmoo.’

If it wasn’t for the employees at Bukchon Art Hall feeding the cat while it was a stray, Yulmoo would not have been seen by the CARE Korea staff, and may not have been rescued, treated, and adopted.

A little care can truly make an immense difference for animals living on the streets. We hope that Yulmoo will have its scars healed in no time, and live a long and happy life.

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CARE Korea is a South Korean animal rights nonprofit that rescues, shelters, and rehomes abused and abandoned animals, mainly from the dog meat industry in South Korea.

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