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Adorable dogs rescued from meat farms are given new homes
The Humane Society International's Director of Companion Animals and Engagement rescued 48 dogs from a South Korean meat farm recently and have given them new homes. (Photo: AP)
The Humane Society International's Director of Companion Animals and Engagement rescued 48 dogs from a South Korean meat farm recently and have given them new homes. (Photo: AP)
Walter greets a fellow dog on board Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team's Disaster Relief and Transport Trailer. (Photo: AP)
Walter greets a fellow dog on board Pittsburgh Aviation Animal Rescue Team's Disaster Relief and Transport Trailer. (Photo: AP)
Animal Haven volunteer Nicole Smith carries a dog rescued from a meat house. (Photo: AP)
Animal Haven volunteer Nicole Smith carries a dog rescued from a meat house. (Photo: AP)
A crate holding two puppies rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm are loaded onto an animal transport vehicle near Kennedy Airport. (Photo: AP)
A crate holding two puppies rescued from a South Korean dog meat farm are loaded onto an animal transport vehicle near Kennedy Airport. (Photo: AP)
Humane Society International's Director of Companion Animals and Engagement Kelly O'Meara sits with Bonny, a dog who was rescued. (Photo: AP)
Humane Society International's Director of Companion Animals and Engagement Kelly O'Meara sits with Bonny, a dog who was rescued. (Photo: AP)
The organization has closed the the seventh dog meat farm in South Korea after saving these dogs. (Photo: AP)
The organization has closed the the seventh dog meat farm in South Korea after saving these dogs. (Photo: AP)
A volunteer sits on board PAART's Transport Trailer with a dog rescued. (Photo: AP)
A volunteer sits on board PAART's Transport Trailer with a dog rescued. (Photo: AP)
The Humane Society International is responsible for saving 46 dogs that would otherwise have been slaughtered. (Photo: AP)
The Humane Society International is responsible for saving 46 dogs that would otherwise have been slaughtered. (Photo: AP)