WONJU FARM RESCUE
Just as we we confirmed the liberation of all animals of the farm in South Korea, we were notified that there was an emergency! A breeding and slaughter location was uncovered! Local rescuers, including our colleague, were made aware of a man breeding, selling off puppies and then selling the older or weak dogs to slaughter. Rescuers rushed the location, uncovering 100+ dogs, adults nursing babies, litters of puppies, sick dogs, and cats and kittens. The owner surrendered all animals as he is now facing investigation and charges.
As shown in the video, the conditions are deplorable. NYBC has committed to 15 of the rescued dogs as the local rescues were able to take the small breed dogs and puppies. All dogs have been separated by gender and are now being treated at the hospital. Some dogs are in very poor condition.
This footage is not graphic but disturbing. It will make you angry. It will make you sad. But most of all, we hope it will make you want to do something.
Be their voice! There was a cutting board, meat grinder, knives, pots and other paraphernalia.
The man was very angry but when threatened with authorities, he surrendered all the animals on the premises… 100+ dogs, puppies, cats and kittens.
This horror is happening all over. Sadly, the easy part is to rescue these animals. Deplorable conditions, horrific fates. These sad eyes have seen dreadful, heinous acts before them.
The hard part is now… We need your help.
All the animals are in boarding or hospital. They are sick, need surgeries and treatments.
And then travel expenses to get them to the states and out of harms way.
**Please note that we were sent video documentation of the alleged actions. The content in the videos is too disturbing to publicize. The barbaric behavior is horrific and we cannot knowingly turn our backs on animals that are in need of emergency refuge.
Please email email@example.com for info, details or to offer your assistance.
It will cost approximately $1000-$1200 to get each dog medical care and initial boarding. Some of the dogs are positive for heartworm and it will cost about $1500 per dog for heartworm treatment.
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