Twelve puppies rescued from a meat farm in South Korea will soon be looking for a new home in the D.C. area.
The puppies were rescued by Humane Society International, and they lived in a foster home until they were old enough to be adopted.
They are all between 5 and 6 months old, according to the Humane Rescue Alliance. Anyone interested in providing these dogs with a forever home should visit the Humane Rescue Alliance’s website, which is updated in real-time to see which animal is available.
“These puppies started their lives in some of the worst conditions imaginable,” Sam Miller, Humane Rescue Alliance spokesman, said in a statement. “We’re honored to help them begin the rest of their lives by finding them loving, new families here in D.C.”