Hope is Not Lost Yet

CARE Korea is a Sponsored Project of World Animal Rescue Fund.
This post is translated from a post on their website, and was not written by us.
Hope, the abused—we know this now—Spitz puppy that was stuffed into a garbage bag and left to be collected by the garbage collectors, has been treated. The perpetrator is also in custody and has been charged.

Hope, the abused—we know this now—Spitz puppy that was stuffed into a garbage bag and left to be collected by the garbage collectors, has been treated. An operation on his leg to reset the bone and bandaging around his torso to immobilize the ribs means he now has a fighting chance.

However, his recovery is still uncertain due a complication of traumatic subcutaneous emphysema. This means that gas pockets have formed under the skin due to the beating he received.

He is currently recuperating in one of our adoption centers.

Additionally, due to the swift investigation by police in the Bucheon district of Seoul, the perpetrator is in custody and has been charged.

The 27 year old woman—who claims to be suffering from depression—was apprehended through an analysis of surveillance camera footage. She has admitted to the crime, claiming that her depression was the cause of this horrific act of abuse.

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CARE Korea is a South Korean animal rights nonprofit that rescues, shelters, and rehomes abused and abandoned animals, mainly from the dog meat industry in South Korea.

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