Mark Tuan - Choi Youngjae - Park Jinyoung




Mark has always been fond of animals. He’s been a dog parent to Coco, a Maltese puppy with fellow Got7 and Foxline member Youngjae since their early days but Youngjae has taken over full custody of Coco since he moved out of their dorm.

In 2019, Mark started caring for another puppy named Milo who keeps him company as he lives on his own. He proudly shows off his new pet in his solo Vlives, video calls with fans and even in his live streams on Huya, a Chinese gaming platform.

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About PAWS:

Our main work is to educate and disseminate information concerning animal welfare, animal care, animal control, and other animal-related concerns.

PAWS campaigns actively against animal cruelty and pet neglect, including activities like dogfights, horsefights, and wild animals being used for entertainment.

PAWS also runs an animal shelter called PARC (PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center). It currently houses over 300 cats and dogs rescued from cruelty or neglect. Here, these animals are rehabilitated in the hope of finding them new homes and a second chance at a good life.

There is also a low-cost clinic that provides veterinary services to the indigent community, including spay and neuter (kapon).

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About Cara Welfare:

CARA was formed in the year 2000 by a dedicated group of animal lovers determined to help the plight of animals in the Philippines. We are a non-profit, non-government organization that receives no government funding; we rely solely on private donations.


To make the Philippines a compassionate country where all cats and dogs have good homes.


To promote animal welfare in the country through education, public awareness, affordable sterilization and veterinary care, and the rehabilitation and rehoming of cats and dogs in need.


• To provide veterinary consultations for low income pet owners through the CARA veterinary clinic

• To promote Trap/Neuter/Return in barangays, villages and commercial establishments

• To provide caring and responsible homes through our adoption program

• To educate citizens about animal welfare and the stray animal population

• To promote no-kill pounds and shelters

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