Adoption helps to reduce shelter overpopulation and bring an end to puppy mills and pet shops.
Lilly showed her love for people, even on the site of the dog slaughtering. At our first meeting, she stretched out her little legs and snuggled up to us, gazing up with her smiling eyes.
Following Barrett, who is now called Seorak, the second dog to be adopted by a new family is Whistle. Whistle was adopted by a family in Las Vegas.
Barrett was rescued from the Cheonan slaughterhouse where dogs had been hanged and burned alive for 20 years. When we first discovered Barrett, he was in a cage covered in his own waste with lesions on his legs which exposed the bone. He was immediately taken in for surgery, as his leg could no longer support him.