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Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm “Hell”

Sharing for Nami Kim and her team.

Nami was asked by the Korean activists who rescued 32 dogs from the Ansan dog farm earlier this month with the guidance of Nami, to take at least two of their most traumatized dogs and help them find their forever home. Nami agreed and brought them from the boarding facility where they were staying, and moved them to one of the two boarding facilities where her other rescued dogs and pups were. Slowly, they are coming out of their trauma and fear of humans. Your kind and generous donations made the support and rescue of these two dogs possible.

Here is the update, shared from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page. For the most recent updates, please visit Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page.

[Update: November 17, 2015]

Click HERE for the photos and update from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page!
Update – Ansan dog farm 1 with 32 dogs

Teamwork can make things happen. The young group in Ansan city was very actively involved with this rescue, and some of the dogs have found homes locally, and some will be relocated to another shelter this week. I was happy to see the group in the city, all first- timers, but learning fast how to rescue, relocate and so on.

We are taking the two most traumatized dogs rescued from this dog farm. I need two compassionate homes for these two dogs. We have $800 in funds (from Sarah Shirakbari) to sponsor/subsidize transporting to the U.S. or Canada. Unfortunately, only to the U.S. and Canada because the EU, UK, and Australia require 4-6 months quarantine.

The first four photos are the two dogs. They were right next to the slaughter scene, just like those traumatized from the 50 Dogs dog farm. It’s too graphic and I won’t even dare to share the photos I took when I was there.

Click HERE for the photos from the Ansan Dog Farm where they were rescued!

[Update: November 19, 2015]

Click HERE for the photos and update from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page!

I was at this dog farm to assist and guide the group in the city earlier this month. There, I saw two traumatized dogs. They came to us today. I named them Sonia (white Jindo mix ) and Rosie (the black Jindo mix), and spent hours with them at the boarding facility. They are fine as long as they are left alone, but start hiding and trembling when I go near them. They used to be chained, facing one another at the dog farm right next to the corner of the slaughter scene. I am taking them to the vet for health check- up tomorrow.

Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Ansan: 70 Dogs in Hell!
Ansan Dog Farm Hell_18.mp4

[Update: November 20, 2015]

Click HERE for the video and update from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page!
Who caused this? They are scared of humans and start trembling when our hands go near them. They can’t look at us, and through the eyes of these traumatized dogs, humans are worse than any monsters on Earth. This video was taken just before they were taken to the truck upon rescue two weeks ago. Both are with us now, safe and sound.

[Update: November 22, 2015]

Click HERE for the photos and update from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page!

Sonia and Rosie were vaccinated and health-checked. They started trembling again when we were trying to get them out of the crate. I did not want them to get stressed, so it was done in the car. They are not ready for a walk. They froze when I wanted them to see the new world, but I see signs that their faces are slowly brightening up. They will soon be on their way to rehabilitation.

“Sonia, Rosie, we are so sorry that you are so scared of humans, but there are also good humans who can take good care of you. Forget your past and live a new life!”

Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm
Rosie and Sonia – Rescued from Ansan Dog Farm

[Update: November 22, 2015]

Click HERE for the video and update from the Nami Kim and her team’ Facebook page!

Rosie (the black) and Sonia have just started wagging their tails – a breakthrough! I can see that they will come around soon.

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  1. Cindy Milano
    Cindy MilanoNovember 25,15

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WHAT YOU ARE DOING TO STOP THE ILLEGAL AND DESPICABLE DOG MEAT TRADE IN SOUTH KOREA. WE APPRECIATE YOUR WORK AND ALL OF YOUR EFFORTS SO MUCH! I READ ALL OF THESE PETITIONS AND I SIGN ALL OF THEM. WE MUST END THIS HORRIFIC ACT ONCE AND FOR ALL. I WISH I COULD BE THERE WITH YOU, RESCUING THESE POOR DOGS. I LOVE DOGS SO MUCH LIKE YOU DO. I HATE TO SEE ANY ANIMAL SUFFERING, IN PAIN, BEING SCARED, OR ABANDONED. WE ARE ALL STANDING WITH YOU 100 PERCENT. KORAN DOG FARM OWNERS NEED TO GET EDUCATED ABOUT OUR FELLOW LIVING BEINGS, THAT FEEL PAIN AND TORTURE JUST LIKE HUMANS DO. THEY NEED TO BE EDUCATED THAT THEY CANNOT DO THIS BARBARIC ACT. IT IS CRUELTY TO OTHER SENTIENT LIVING BEINGS.

  2. Marie Ospalíková
    Marie OspalíkováNovember 28,15

    end torture and the consumption of dogs and cats !!!

  3. Dana Kánská
    Dana KánskáNovember 28,15

    Zastavme týrání psů,koček i jiných zvířat. Zastavme konzumaci masa psů a koček !

  4. Cecily Colloby
    Cecily CollobyNovember 29,15

    Thank God for people like you!! We need more like you!

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