[Reporter Shin Young-eun, Daily Economy Star Today]
The animal protection group appealed for help amid a belated revelation of the tragic story of abandoned dogs falling victim to a fire at an abandoned dog shelter run by actress Lee Yong-nyeo (65).
Park Un-sun, CEO of Haenggang, an animal protection group, said in a telephone conversation with Maeil Business Star Today on the 2nd, “There is an animal rights alliance for animal protection groups.” It helps difficult places among private shelters. Lee Yong-nyeo’s shelter is also part of the regiment. “There was a fire, so there was no room for Lee Yong-nyeo to live.”
“So I shared the news to the public.”
Representative Park Un-sun said, “Our organization is playing a role in informing citizens of difficulties and promoting citizens to participate in sponsorship.” “We are raising money in solidarity separately,” he said. “We have to take care of all animals in Korea wherever they are.” Caregivers should not get tired. The purpose is to help them recover quickly,” he said, stressing his interest and support for the fire at the Lee Yong-nyeo’s shelter.
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.
Lee Yong-nyeo, whose living space has been burned down, is reportedly laying newspapers on the floor of the temple and taking care of the remaining abandoned dogs while sleeping.
In response, animal protection groups such as “Haenggang” asked for help online, saying they needed support for items that users urgently need to use and snacks and feed for abandoned dogs.
Currently, the management team is recruiting volunteers at Naver Cafe related to abandoned dog protection facilities run by Lee Yong-nyeo. Posts of support and support are also continuing.
Lee Yong-nyeo, dubbed the “Godmother of abandoned dogs,” has been protecting abandoned dogs for 13 years in Hanam, Gyeonggi Province, and has moved to Pocheon more than four years ago to take care of abandoned dogs. Internet users are deeply sorry about the fire because Lee Yong-nyeo has been using her cast fees to protect abandoned dogs while working as an actress.
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