No more cages. No more suffering.”
Realizing that the fate of the 70 young dogs has been constantly changing is motivation to celebrate and continue to support the ones created by the institutions and associations that wories for the freedom of so many furry dogs exposed to the horrific conditions.
There is no denying that in certain areas of the planet there are trials which, far from being simply conventional or social, reveal the colossal annoyances that oppressed creatures. This time, we tell you about the amazing work done by Altruistic Culture Worldwide (HSI) finding a way to protect the many puppies who have long lived on protected borders and in dire conditions on a farm in Hongsong, South Korea.
This is then conceivable thanks to an HSI spokesperson who has long tried to persuade and convince farm owners that dog activity is not an acceptable activity. The young dogs were in small kennels and in poor condition.
Fortunately, the man understood the reality of the matter, he finally chose to take the chicks and get help to get serious without risking the existence of any living being. For over 40 years, breeder Nakseon Kim has been busy tending a dog farm, but is currently choosing to change it. In doing so, he noted:
“It might sound weird, but
I started breeding dogs because
I love dogs.
I was never a fan
meat. I had a few dogs
so I started breeding
them and when I was 20 or 30 I started
selling them since I thought
it would happen. helped, but
didn’t work that way. I didn’t do
a thing with
this dog farm,
and public authority tensions developed
and this in no way, constituted
or constituted a major problem.”
The rescue had been arranged
for the start
of the Walk, but due to severe limitations due to the
Coronavirus, it was not possible. Border bars
and social segregation prevent
the gathering of dogs.
Currently, dogs are encouraged at home.
The basic goal is to move them to Canada or the United States, where the association will ensure that they find a cultivated home that gives them all the love they deserve. However, puppies will have to wait a while before reaching their final destination, as there are still many flight restrictions around the world. For now, they are being moved to short houses in South Korea.
The nightmare is over. These furry companions are protected from an unfortunate ending, with veterinary considerations and, unprecedented for some time, an encouraging hug that lets them see that all will be well. Pick-up interactions are characteristic for each puppy; tragically, some have genuine wounds and require total commitment. Fortunately, they are currently in acceptable hands and hope that they will soon become important to a caring family. It is everyone’s responsibility to fight for the arrival of the dogs on this farm.
Fortunately, things changed and he was sure that gradually this training would be completely annihilated. Due to government sanctions and the hard work of activists and associations, extraordinary strides are being made in areas of the planet where puppies are treated very badly by the meat trade and puppy mills. Recently, Chinese urban areas in Shenzhen and Zhuhai were found to have banned the use of dog meat and thought of their pets. Created by these activists, it pleases all pet dogs. Farmer Nakseon Kim has realized that dog farming is neither fair nor sustainable, he is currently busy growing cabbage and other vegetables with the help of a good cause. Nara Kim, an HSI extremist, raised:
“Surprisingly, it’s still very common to see live dogs available for purchase at pet stores. What shocked Koreans most, however, was to learn that these equivalent puppies might have been killed for human use. They transmit, they are brought into the world completely in these places, their mothers reproduce with great difficulty, finally, they are offered to slaughterhouses.” The ordeal for these little dogs is over, a remarkable victory that warns us that there is still much to be done and lives to be saved.