The fire at the stray dog shelter run by actor Lee Yong-nyeo is re-energizing. Photo|Youtube Recent Olympics, Animal Protection Group Hanggang SNS
[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
Actress Lee Yong-nyeo (65) does not collapse despite the fire at the abandoned dog shelter and is rejuvenating.
In a telephone interview with Maeil Business Star Today on the 2nd, Lee Yong-nyeo said, “We are scratching everything that has been broken (by fire),” and “We are organizing it (with volunteers). I think I should even try to fix it.”
“Fortunately, two cats came back,” Lee said. “I went up to the mountain yesterday and saw him meowing,” she said. “I found the bodies of my other (animal) friends and recovered them.”
A fire broke out at the abandoned dog shelter of Lee Yong-nyeo in Sinbuk-myeon, Pocheon, at 0:10 a.m. on the 28th of last month. According to the Gyeonggi Northern Fire and Disaster Headquarters on the 1st, there were no casualties, but eight abandoned dogs were sacrificed, and some of the dogs, the living space of the user, and household goods were lost, resulting in property damage estimated at 29.61 million won. Fire authorities are investigating the exact cause of the fire.
Animal protection groups such as “Haenggang” asked for help on items that users should use urgently, snacks and feed for abandoned dogs. Support and support have been followed by the sad news of Lee Yong-nyeo, who has been protecting abandoned dogs for a long time, called the “Godmother of abandoned dogs.”
Lee Yong-nyeo, who lost her living space due to the fire, said, “I am currently laying newspapers and blankets on my silk cloth.” “My bag has burned down.” I don’t have a resident registration card, a card, or a bank account. “I haven’t yet confirmed what you’ve been sponsoring.”
Lee Yong-nyeo has been taking care of abandoned dog shelters in Hanam, Gyeonggi Province for 13 years and Pocheon for 4 years, adding to the news of the fire.
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