Cat Found On Dog Meat Farm
Ek Park was driving to her mom’s residence in Dangjin, Korea, when she took a wrong turn and located herself at a dog meat farm.
Park, the founder of Free Korean Dogs, an organization that rescues dogs from Korean meat farms and rehomes them in North America, had truly been to this farm before, though this visit was unintentional. She bought out of her car to take a look around, and heard someone crying.
“After I went to the owner’s home situated proper beside the canine farm, I discovered this little kitten — so tiny, about my hand measurement,” Park advised The Dodo. “I might inform he was so hungry and starved, however he was very scared, so he was simply crying.”
The kitten, whom Park later named Nimo, was eating dirt, according to Park. “He was so hungry once I noticed him, he was eating dirt, possibly attempting to eat worms,” she stated.
Park picked the kitten up and began petting him. Then the owner stormed out of his home.
When Park stated that Nimo wanted to see a vet, the person scoffed at her.
“He believed that taking an animal to the vet was a complete waste of cash,” Park stated.
Nimo wasn’t the only animal who needed vet care. Park could see over 100 dogs cooped up in tiny cages on the person’s property, lots of them sick and malnourished. The dogs would eventually be brutally killed and sold for their meat. When Park broached the topic about taking some of the sick dogs to the vet, too, the person got angry.
“He stayed with me in the cabin, so it was better,” Park stated. “He did not make a sound. He was so completely happy, slept the entire way, and I was very impressed.”