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Job accomplished – All dogs are out of hell!

Mission accomplished, and job done. We had a dozen losses during the six week process of moving the dogs out of this hell. Empty cages- this is what I’ve wanted to see. All are out, with half warming up at our shelter and the other half at boarding. It wasn’t easy for a small activist group like us to take on 300 dogs at our dog farm. We struggle daily with the overwhelming number of dogs we have, especially with our limited resources. It’s time for us to focus on our major concerns: dog care, veterinary care, and dog food supplies. We need about 26 bags (20 kg) per day, please help us to feed these dogs.

Mission Accomplished
Job done. We had a dozen of loss during the six weeks process moving the dogs out of this hell. Empty cages, this is what I've been wanting to see. All are out, half at our shelter are warming up, the other half arrived at the boarding.
It wasn't easy for a small activist group like us to take on 300 dogs dog farm. We struggle daily with overwhelming number of dogs with our limited resources. Its time for us to take care of the dogs more, veterinary care and dog food supplies are our major concerns. We need about 26 bags (20 kg) per day, please help us feed the dogs.

Posted by Nami Kim on Saturday, July 2, 2016

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The last twenty dogs needed to be sedated to be removed. It took five hours to do so with the most experienced 119 Bucheon City’s rescue team. Not all the dogs are aggressive, but they have been traumatized and are scared of coming out. They do not know that we are here to save them.

Last twenty needed shots to be pulled out, it took five hours with the most experienced 119 Bucheon city's rescue crew. Not all the dogs are aggressive but its just that they don't want to be out as it means "death" These dogs do not know we are here to save them.

Posted by Nami Kim on Saturday, July 2, 2016

City of Bucheon mobilized all 911 (119 in Korea) teams. We managed to pull out twenty dogs and leave. Some dogs refused to be pulled out, the last two (the most aggressive dogs) are left. This reminds me of the day we pulled out Oscar last February. They are now safe and in our hands after this. The dogs will be on another planet when they wake up.

City of Bucheon mobilized all 911 (119 in Korea) team. We managed to pull out then left with twenty dogs refuse to be pulled out. One last two, the most aggressive dogs are left. This reminds me of the day of Oscar last feb. They are in our hands safe after this. The dogs will be in another planet when they wake up.

Posted by Nami Kim on Saturday, July 2, 2016

The weather is on our side to complete the move. It has been an ‘Exodus’ to remove 300 dogs since last May, one by one, crate by crate, truck by truck. Very happy that we can get them out all today, thanks to the good weather.
Our shelter is full with over 150 dogs. We need to pay the boarding $8,000. Please give if you can, even a little, it all adds up. THANK YOU.
Your donation is tax deductible through the Soi Dog link.
https://www.razoo.com/us/story/Save-Korean-Dogs

The weather is helping us to resume the move. Its been "Exodus" of the 300 dogs from May, one by one, crate by crate, truck by truck, all surrendered. Glad we can get them out all today, thanks to the weather.
Our shelter is full with over 150 dogs. We need to pay the boarding $8,000. Please help us to do this.
https://koreandogs.org/donate-for-rescue-and-campaign
Soi Dog link for us that is tax decuctable.
https://www.razoo.com/us/story/Save-Korean-Dogs

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

The rain, unfortunately, stopped us yesterday from getting all the remaining dogs. It worsened after 2pm, pouring and raining cats and dogs. Two more trips with two trucks to the boarding facilities today will see this ‘mission accomplished’
The boarding facility charge $8,000 per month and we will have to pay for the vet bills; Please help us to take care of the 300 dogs by donating.

Thanks God, the rain stopped us from getting all the remaining dogs yesterday. It got worse after 2 pm, pouring, raining cats and dogs. Two more trips with two trucks to the boarding today will make "mission accomplished"
Its going to be the vet bills that is too much for us to handle, more are needed to pay the boarding, the fee at the boarding is $8,000 per month. Please help us take care of the 300 dogs.
https://koreandogs.org/donate-for-rescue-and-campaign

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

This mom has seven puppies; no names yet. She is very thin, just skin and bones. She won’t let me touch her yet. We will feed her the best.
More puppies to move tomorrow if it doesn’t rain.

This mom with seven pups no name yet. She is so thin, she won't let me touch her yet but i see skin and bones. We will feed her the best.
More puppies to move tomorrow if it doesn't rain.

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

The dogs in the first truck arrived at the boarding facility in the South, while the second truck headed to our shelter in the West. They will have to adjust to their new environment. I am glad that their paws will feel the ground at last, away from that hell.

Those in the first truck arrived at the boarding in the south while another truck was heading to west to our shelter They will all adjust to the new environment. I am glad they have the paws on the floor, out of that hell.

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

One section is almost cleared but three dogs are still in the corner. They were trying to bite when we tried to pull them out; I may end up with a few more like Oscar. We could not continue the rescue because of the rain, but we managed to move 41 dogs all together out of a total number of 119.

One section is almost cleared, three dogs are still at the corner. They were trying to bite when they were being pulled out. I may end up with a few more like Oscar.
We couldnt go on due to the rain, managed to move 41 all together of the total number 119.

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

Today it is raining heavily, the worst that I have ever seen. It’s pouring non-stop, my phone is wet and it’s very foggy. Ten dogs are now with Yim’s and a mom with seven puppies are at our shelter. These dogs could possibly be trained by Mr Yim. Who knows….the ‘meat’ dogs could become ‘search & rescue’ dogs one day.

The heaviest rain i have seen in my life, its been pouring non stop, my phone is wet and its foggy. Ten dogs are with Yim's, a mom and seven puppies are at our shelter. These dogs are selected possibly could be trained at Mr.Yim's training school. Who knows the a "meat dog" can be a search & rescue dog one day.

Posted by Nami Kim on Friday, July 1, 2016

It has been pouring since noon and will be worse tomorrow. We couldn’t do anymore and couldn’t manage to move half to the boarding that is two hours’ drive from the dog farm.

Its been pouring from noon and tomorrow will be worse. We couldn't do anymore not even managed to get half moved to the boarding that is two hours drive from the dog farm.

Posted by Nami Kim on Thursday, June 30, 2016

The dogs are so terrified when we pull them out the metal cages. They have seen enough horrors; once a dog is pulled out, the others can hear the screaming and the dog never comes back. We don’t like the way the butcher handle the dogs: Jenny, a member of our crew, walks the dogs to allow them to feel the ground.
It’s midday in Korea and we have cleared one section of 25 dogs. Two more to go then it started to rain. It’s now a two-hour drive to the boarding facility.

They get terrified when we pull them out of these wire cages. The dogs have seen enough horrors, once a dog is pulled out, they hear the screaming and the dig never come back.
We dont like the way the butcher handle the dogs, our crew Jenny walks the dogs giving them some time for the dogs to feel the ground.
It's noon in Korea, we cleared one section with 25 dogs, two more to go then it started to rain. Two hours drive to the boarding.

Posted by Nami Kim on Thursday, June 30, 2016

This is the second ‘exodus’ from the 300 dogs kept at this farm. A total of 119 are remaining. I count the numbers whenever I am here. These dogs will touch the ground with their paws for the first time in their life!

This is second exodus of the dogs at the 300 dogs farm. The remaining dogs are 119 total. I check the number of heads whenever I am here otgee than thise at vets it remains the same. To all the dogs here, its first time having the paws touching the ground.
We got to be quick. The weather forecast says it's going to pour from this afternoon.

Posted by Nami Kim on Thursday, June 30, 2016

All the female dogs were pregnant, with the exception of one. One of the two that were spayed last night is now back at the shelter. A dog just got discharged and is wagging her tail. This is Cherry on the list. www.namikim.org

All the female dogs were pregnant with an exception of one. One of the two got spayed last night is back home. A dog just git discharged is wagging her tail. This is Cherry in the list. www.namikim.org.

Posted by Nami Kim on Thursday, June 30, 2016

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