Tied His Lifelong By A Short Chain, This Hunting Dog Rescued In Korea Is Being Offered A Fresh Start In The USA


It’s the end of the ordeal for Kola, a dog neglected by his former owner in South Korea. 2 animal protection associations worked hand in hand to save him, then take him across the Pacific to meet his new New York family.

The images showing a dog tied by a short leash and at the mercy of the elements had moved many Internet users, both in South Korea where he lived and elsewhere in the world, especially in the United States.

This is now where he finds himself and leads a new existence, much happier, as reported by ABC7 New York on Monday, April 18.

Kola spent most of his days and nights outside, homeless and bound by a chain so short he could barely sit up. He didn’t even get decent food and had no water available. The video recounting his living conditions was very heartbreaking.

Its owner only kept it for hunting. He didn’t seem to care about her well-being. As soon as they became aware of the situation, 2 associations joined their efforts to rescue the canine.

These are In Defense of Animals and Jindo Love Rescue.

“I could see in his eyes that he wanted a family”

It was necessary at all costs to save Kola and take him out of Korea. For that, we first had to convince his master to let him go. The Jindo Love Rescue team talked with him for a long time and finally managed to persuade him. The dog was now in good hands, fed, cared for and pampered at the shelter.

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