Dog farms are horrible places that should not exist. Unfortunately, there are secluded places in South Korea that have these establishments. Every day, animal rescue organizations do their best to track down these farms and shut them down.
One day hundreds of Jindos were found in a hidden dog farm. Luckily, these dogs were rescued before anything worse happened to them. They were transferred to a facility with people who could care for them. The dogs would stay there until they got adopted.
At one point, something unexpected happened in the dog shelter. One of the Jindos named Susan gave birth to five healthy puppies. The caretakers were overjoyed, and they did their best to make sure the puppies were cared for.
The five Jindo puppies had their own room. They were well-behaved and loved to nap most of the time. There was only one problem that they had to face. Susan, their mother, was aloof and showed no sign of caring for them.
The rescuers believe that Susan’s attitude towards her puppies resulted from her traumatic experience. Susan is not in the right mental space to care for her puppies. The rescuers understood that it was up to them to feed and guard the puppies instead.
The rescuers at the dog shelter had no problem preparing food for the puppies. They put milk and dog food on a large platter and mixed it well. This would be the puppies’ constant food source until they grow bigger.
The rescuers found it enjoyable to feed the puppies. The way the puppies squirm around and act silly would put a smile on anyone’s face. One of the puppies even took a nap while still standing upright. Seeing something like that makes the rescuers feel that their efforts are worth it.
The Jindos in the shelter would likely remain there for quite some time. It’s not easy for these breeds of dogs to get adopted. They are not as popular as Pomeranians, a dog adored by lots of Koreans. Yet even if Jindos are considered basic, they still deserve a good future.
Source: SBS TV Animals via YouTube.