Two Washington rescue groups took in some of the 103 dogs from a farm in South Korea that provided dogs for the meat trade there.
The Humane Society International rescued the dogs. And they not only saved 103 lives. They also convinced the person who owned facility to shut it down, which means thousands of more live be saved.
These dogs won’t be available for adoption for awhile. They’ve never lived outside their cages and had no human contact, so they need time to heal and get some training.
Thank you to the Washington rescues who will give these dogs new lives.
Here’s a video from Humane Society International about the rescue:
And here’s a video of the dogs at the Benton-Franklin Humane Society: