Super Junior’s Shindong Generously Helps Neglected Pets Through “Save Pet Challenge” Campaign

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Super Junior’s Shindong has let his inner animal lover shine in his latest participation in the Save Pet Challenge campaign!

Super Junior’s Shindong shone with his generosity and compassion as he successfully donated 330 kilograms of feed for neglected animals!

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His pet dogs Deobap and Bogeum will surely be proud of the Super Junior member as he participated in the fourth season of Save Pet Challenge to raise funds for feeding neglected animals supported by the Save Pet Challenge program!

The Save Pet Challenge is a donation campaign for abandoned animals that SkyTV has been carrying out for three years already. With stars participating in donation missions by participating in relays and “challenges”, it has become a meaningful “donation program” for pets neglected by their owners.

Completing five “10-second missions” with flying success, the Super Junior member was even able to set an amazing record in the show for one of the relays as well as the program’s season overall. “As a pet owner, I’m so happy to be able to join in the good work. I hope a world without abandoned pets will come,” Shindong said.

“Health checkups are essential for keeping pets healthy. We hope you will protect your pets’ health through early diagnosis and treatment of the disease,” he also noted.

Meanwhile, the CEO of SkyTV, CEO Yoon Yong Pil, shared, “We will continue to promote social contribution activities for abandoned pets through the Save Pet Challenge donation campaign and take the lead in creating the right animal culture”.

The video of Shindong’s “10-Second Mission” challenge has been released on YouTube for fans to watch. Meanwhile, those interested in helping the donation campaign can participate through the Save Pet Challenge savings bank, which was opened on the website of Happy Bean.


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Source: Sports DongA