149 dogs and puppies saved from slaughter
In South Korea, as many as 2 million dogs a year are slaughtered and eaten. They suffer on a daily basis in deplorable conditions on dog meat factory farms. Humane Society International stepped in to shut down this farm forever and rescue the dogs.
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