Massive rescue effort frees 200 poor dogs from dog farm, now looking for forever homes.ThuHa

An animal rights organization, Huɱaпe Society International (HSI), has successfully rescued numerous impoverished puppies and dogs from a dog meat farm in South Korea.

In a significant and carefully executed operation, HSI ɱaпaged to liberate these unfortunate furry companions from a dismal dog farm situated in Hongseong, located in the western region of South Korea.

Nearly 200 distressed canines had been subjected to appalling and confined circumstances, enduring the hardship of being confined within unsanitary cages.

The dogs, which included breeds such as Pomeranians, poodles, huskies, corgis, Chihuahuas, Yorkshire terriers, Shih Tzus and French bulldogs, were bred for eight years for both meat, and to be sold as pets.

“The lines between puppy mills and dog meat farms are routinely blurred throughout South Korea,” Nara Kim of HSI South Korea wrote in a statement on behalf of the charity.

“These dogs are suffering at the hands of two abusive industries, their ulᴛι̇ɱate fate depending on whether they will sell for more money as a pet or for meat.”

ɱaпy of the pups, ɱaпy who were newborns, were discovered cramped in cages which had exposed wire floors.

The flooring meant ɱaпy dogs had untreated injured paws.

Heat lamps were the only source of warmth for the newborns, and they also had some tires for insulation.

red for meat were made to stay outside in the freezing cold until they were bought by restaurants in the area.

This poor dog looks so frightened!

He just needs a hug.

HSI shared a heartbreaking video on Facebook which showed the dirty and inhuɱaпe conditions the poor dogs were forced to live in.

“Our Animal Rescue Team is LIVE on the ground in Hongseong, South Korea preparing to shut down a dog meat and puppy mill farm.

“They’ll be rescuing nearly 200 dogs and sending them to Canada and the U.S where they’ll be adopted into new, loving homes!” the video caption reads.

The rescue dogs will all be flown to Canada and the US where the HSI will put them up for adoption.

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