Former Korean Meat Dog Finds Home

By lunaradmin - May 01, 2015      
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A month ago, the Human Society International offered few major dog farmers in South Korea a way out to exit the business. 57 dogs from the farms were transported to the U.S. over three days.

Nam Sung-ran who lives in San Francisco Bay Area with her family is one of the families to adopt the recused dogs. Having moved to the U.S. 17 years ago from South Korea, Ms. Nam always wanted to adopt Korea’s famous Jindo breed.

Ms. Nam always has been concerned that the dog meat business gives bad impression on her country. “I’m now a citizen of the U.S. but my roots are South Korea. As a Korean person I feel very sad about what happens in my country.” She booked a trip to Korea to help out animal welfare group.

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