Help Us Bring Our Two Frenchie's to South Africa!
We have two beautiful French bulldogs. Kai and Khan. My fiancé and I got Kai when he was only 4 months old and Khan we adopted from a dog café in South Korea two years ago.
Recently I had to move back to South Africa due to personal reasons. I had to leave my job, my fiancé, my apartment, and our dogs behind in Busan, South Korea.
We have been planning to move to South Africa at the end of last year, so we started to save money a little by little. We planned to leave South Korea after 2 years. Not long after I had to return home and had to leave everything behind. We couldn’t even save 1/3 of the actual amount that we should have and now we are struggling financially.
Our two Frenchie's are our babies and we CANNOT leave them behind or get foster families for them. They mean a lot to us. So, I started this fundraiser in the hope that friends, families, pet lovers, and/ or any individuals may help us.
We are not people that like to ask for donations, but the circumstances are different at the moment.
As any pet owner, you would know how expensive vet visits, medication bills, and pet documentation processes are. French bulldogs are snub noses and therefore it is super expensive to relocate them from one country to another country. There are only certain airlines that are willing to transport snub nose animals. Because of this, bringing Kai and Khan to South Africa will cost us a lot. Due to Covid, it is even more expensive and fewer airlines are willing to help us. My fiancé is currently staying in South Korea and is trying to save, this means he needs to stay till March 2022 :(
Just for the airline costs, transport cost to Seoul and documentation in South Korea will cost us $10,000/12 million won/R135,000. After the dogs arrive in Johannesburg, another pet service needs to pick them up, sort out the documentation, and then the dogs need to quarantine for two weeks. It will cost us another $2,500.
We hope there are kind human beings out there that can donate small amounts to help us bring our babies to South Africa.