The story of Harriet is one that reminds us that even after physical wounds heal, it’s the emotional scars that linger.
Harriet is a gorgeous black pup that was rescued from a Korean meat farm and taken to the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
Harriet arrived at the shelter scared, sad and exhausted after years of being kept in horrific living conditions with no shelter from the freezing wind and snow.
The frightened little Korean Jindo had been stuck in a cramped cage at a dog meat farm in Wonju, South Korea, with about 200 other dogs.
She and the other dogs had no soft bedding, slept in their own filth and were thrown in food to fatten them up.
“They’re tortured, and they aren’t always dead when they skin them,” Nash McCutchen, marketing coordinator for the Humane Society International, told The Dodo . “It’s a terrible existence.”
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