Adoption helps to reduce shelter overpopulation and bring an end to puppy mills and pet shops.
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.
International animal rescue organizations will aid in the adoption of these 31 dogs in addition to the dogs that have been previously announced.
These are 17 more dogs that, in addition to the 28 others published earlier, will be adopted with the help of a Japanese animal protection group and an American animal protection group called DOVE Project.
These 13 dogs will be adopted with the help of a Japanese animal protection group and an American animal protection group called DOVE Project.
Jelly is one of the dogs rescued from the wildfires in Gangwon Province in 2018. She, along with her mother Clara, was found unconscious on the ground. Having lost their home to the fire, Jelly’s family could no longer take care of the two dogs and decided to give them up for adoption.
In May, Sooki was adopted by one of our long-term supporters. Her new family had been following her rescue story on social media and felt sympathy for this courageous little survivor. Aware of the unpopularity of larger dogs in South Korea, they wanted to rehome at least one more large dog to a warm, familial environment.