Canadian figure skater rescues dogs, bred for slaughter in Korea. One she left, the other will find a new family
Canadian figure skater Megan Duhamel, who won gold in the team tournament at the Olympics in Pyeongchang, rescued a dog that was raised for slaughter.
A rescue animal, I’ll drive to Canada. The Free Korean Dogs, which rescues dogs from Korean farms, promised to prepare all the necessary flight documents. In Canada, the animal will find new owners — I can’t keep him because she already has two dogs and a cat.
Last year I brought back from Korea two dogs: Mu-Tae and Sarah. According to a skater, Dachshund Mu-Tae saved the farm by Buddhist monks, some time he lived at the temple. “He liked to sit with the monks while they were meditating and yoga. Then I thought, “God, maybe this dog has some special power”,” said Duhamel. The skater left the Mu-Tae himself, and Sarah gave another canadian family.
Also have athletes living in another dog, Theo. It I took from a shelter. It seems that Theo and Mu-Tae got along great with each other.
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After the Olympics I plan to stay in Korea and try to close several dog farms. The skater hopes that other athletes will follow her example.