Dog Once Destined for Slaughter Finds Loving Home
Zeus was born in a cage on a South Korean dog meat farm. He was eventually going to be sold and slaughtered at a South Korean dog meat market. In September 2015, Humane Society International stepped in to shut down the farm and rescued Zeus.
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