Hani and her pups had to survive by eating the corpses of other dogs. The puppies had to fill their stomachs with meat from the cadavers because their mother could no longer breastfeed them due to starvation.
The CARE Korea staff complained to the dogs’ owner and they were soon rescued and nursed back to health.
Three out of Hani’s four puppies are now confirmed for adoption in the U.S. and will soon be flying over to their new families and forever homes. Because Hani and her puppies were looked after separately, we decided that they should have a family get together before flying over to the States.
One of the fosterers invited the rest of the family to her house in Yangpyeong for their family get together so they could all be reunited for the first time in five months. They spent the time getting reacquainted with each other, running around and generally having a good time.
Thanks to your support, and the hard work of the activists and volunteers who helped, Hani and her family will all be starting new lives soon.