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The life and crimes of a Korean rescue puppy


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Kyo!

Sorry it’s been so long since my last post~ I have so much to tell you but my human has been hogging the computer. We have a new foster kitten, we named him Kyo after the manga/anime character from “Fruits Basket”

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Here we are playing on the roof together! Kyo is a pretty awesome kitty. He is 100% litter trained, UTD on vaccines AND good with dogs, cats, strangers and children! Plus he is leash trained!

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Well, actually. . . He isn’t that great at walks. He rides on the humans shoulders up to the roof because he doesn’t like the flooring and he used to be scared of the concrete floor of the roof too. He LOVES the grass though and he is getting better about walking.

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Doesn’t he look cute? He lets the human trim his claws and clean his ears no problem~ which makes me look bad >.< he also likes to sit on one of her hands and wash it while she pets him with the other hand~ leaving no loving for me!

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I don’t mind too much because we have a lot of fun playing together and he shares his toys with me. But I’m sure he would like a human of his own.

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That’s all for now but you can check out our youtube channel for some videos of Kyo and I, playing and walking together ^^

His rescue profile is HERE

His latest video is HERE

Panda \/⊙♥⊙\/

p.s. Emma one of our previous fosters has found her fur-ever home, yay! That means we have officially fostered and rehomed: 1 dog (Choco is in foster care elsewhere but she still needs her fur-ever family), 5 puppies, and 2 kittens! Can’t wait for Kyo to join the ranks of the adopted!

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Feeling Lonely?

Just a quick post today~ to let you know my friend Emma was spayed and is ready for adoption! Yay

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Emma and her 5 puppies were rescued by my human back in the summer. They were all discovered to have distemper and Emma was dangerously malnourished from supporting the puppies. Fortunately with some help from our amazing Animal Rescue friends and my super awesome Vet they all made a full recovery. ^^

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All of Emma’s puppies were adopted pretty quickly and are all living amazing lives with their new families~

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but Emma is still waiting. She has a pretty amazing foster family, but I’m sure she would love a family of her own. If you are interested in adopting Emma please check out her profile here


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For Potential Kitten adopters

So as you know, the human and I are fostering a pair of super cute kittens, with the aim of finding them a forever home.

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As you can see I’ve grown quite attached to them ^^ but we hope that they find their own homes soon before they become to attached to us.

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In light of this I’d like to tell you about them a bit more^^ At the moment the daily routine of the kittens is as follows~

7.30~9am play time with me (the human empties their litter box during this time) 9~9.15am the human gives them breakfast and fresh water

9.15~5.15pm the human is at work so they are kept in a pen. In the pen the have a crate with a pillow for snuggles, a cardboard box with a pillow and towel for snuggles, a litter box, food and water, and some toys.

When the human gets home she lets me play with them until they need a nap then it’s time for my walk ^^ when we get back the kittens are still sleeping but the human opens their pen so they can come play if they want to.

They usually have dinner sometime between 8 or 9pm and bed time is between 10.30~11.30 The kittens are so playful! They play with each other, with me, with the human and sometimes they will play with their own tails ^^

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A lot of times I dont want to play with them so I will snuggle with my human or sit on the stairs but the kittens eventually find me and meow at me until I play with them.

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The human is training them to allow her to touch their paws and mouths, and to get them used to cleaning their ears (I actually LOVE having my ears cleaned) so they are super ready to find their forever homes ^^

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My friend Lucy wrote about what to expect and what to purchase for your new feline friend so I’ll just give you the links~

http://gooseinkorea.com/having-a-cat-in-korea-part-1-do-you-have-what-it-takes/

http://gooseinkorea.com/having-a-cat-in-korea-part-2-setting-the-kitty-up/

http://gooseinkorea.com/having-a-cat-in-korea-part-3-the-cost-of-kitty-guardinship/

The boy Maru is almost certainly adopted but little Narae (the girl ) still needs a home, leave a comment and we will help you start the application process ^^ alternatively check out Narae’s profile: http://www.animalrescuekorea.org/cat/1267

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Prologue~ New Beginning

Before I tell you about my life now, I should tell you about how I got here.

In March 2012, I was 3 months old and I was living on the streets. I was found by a Korean dog shelter and taken in from the cold, but their policy is to hold animals for 10 days in case they are lost pets and then allow us 10 days to be adopted into a new family. When our time is up, well, they say all dogs go to heaven, so lets hope that’s true.

My deadline was fast approaching when a foreigner and her friends came to the shelter. I hate being touched so I wasn’t very friendly but then I realized it meant freedom and settled into the the strange bag they had bought for me. When they next opened the bag I was in a tiled room that I later realized was the home of a silver snake that spat water.

The snake soaked me, and foreigner not only touched me but seemed intent on rubbing me all over with a strange liquid until I was covered in bubbles. When she and the snake had had their fun, freedom was once again mine. I explored my new domain, there was a squeaky bodiless animal that was fun to play with and a very soft high place that was so warm and safe….

Unlike so many other street dogs I found my home and it came with a human that’s not too bad. She buys me things in return for being allowed to collect my poop. Sometimes I like to rub myself on her so that she smells like me and other times I like to show show her that I don’t mind her strange poo collecting habits by licking her or walking so close behind her that she spins in circles.

I’d like to tell you about our life together and what it means to adopt a human in South Korea, as a street dog. I’ll share pictures of me in my many cute outfits, pictures of my friends and videos of the different ways I make the human feed me.