Promised to the meat market, this Dachshund received unexpected news 24 hours before his fatal outcome

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During the month of March, an association narrowly saved a Dachshund. The animal was one of many victims of the dog meat trade.

Her name is Ruby and has a look to die for. But her pretty eyes have seen many horrors… As reported Daily Starthe female Dachshund was rescued in extremis by members of the DMT Dachshund Rescue and Support Groupan association that saves animals from the dog meat trade in China and South Korea.

A doom awaited the furball, which was released just 24 hours before it was to be slaughtered. Placed in a local shelter where she received all the necessary care, the beautiful survivor was quickly adopted.

Illustration of the article: Promised to the meat market, this Dachshund received unexpected news 24 hours before his fatal outcome

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New encounters

Ruby caught the eye of a couple from Cottingham (County of Yorkshire, England). Sue and Phil Wilkson have always loved this breed. ” We saw Ruby when she was rescued in South Koreasaid Sue, I fell in love with this face. She looked so sad and needy. »

Illustration of the article: Promised to the meat market, this Dachshund received unexpected news 24 hours before his fatal outcome

© Melanie Rawlings Young

On March 21, 2022, Ruby flew to her destiny. She arrived at her new home, where her parents and 3 canine siblings were eagerly awaiting her. His trip was carefully prepared by the volunteers and was financed by donations.

She has adapted very well so far.said his adoptive mother, it was obvious that she had never been in a garden, as she needed a lot of encouragement to get out. She is also very food-oriented, as in the past she certainly didn’t know when she would have her next meal. »

Illustration of the article: Promised to the meat market, this Dachshund received unexpected news 24 hours before his fatal outcome

© Melanie Rawlings Young

On Sunday April 3, her owners took her to East Parkin order to take part in a walk of Dachshunds, organized by the East Yorkshire (inc Hull) Dachshund Group (Facebook). ” She was welcomed by everyone and got along well with all dogs and humans “, added Sue Wilkson.

On April 24, another meeting will take place in the same green setting. This one is intended to collect funds for the organization which made it possible to carry out the rescue of Ruby. ” Hope we can see more dogs like Ruby find their forever home in East Yorkshire “said the head of the Facebook page.

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Illustration of the article: Promised to the meat market, this Dachshund received unexpected news 24 hours before his fatal outcome

© Melanie Rawlings Young

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