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Dogs rescued from a Cambodian slaughterhouse enjoyed the beach for the first time last week. PHOTOS: Daniel Born


Dogs rescued from a Cambodian slaughterhouse loved the seaside for the primary time final week. PHOTOS: Daniel Born

Dubbed the “fabulous five” the pooches have been launched into the care of Tears Animal Rescue after arriving in Cape Town on Wednesday 14 February. In a cross-country adoption programme in partnership with Tears and Four Paws, a world animal welfare organisation, the dogs are prepared for his or her ceaselessly properties.


Frolicking within the sand and waves, 5 dogs rescued from the Cambodian meat commerce visited the seaside for the primary time final week.

Dubbed the “fabulous five” the pooches have been launched into the care of Tears Animal Rescue after arriving in Cape Town on Wednesday 14 February.

In a cross-country adoption programme in partnership with Tears and Four Paws, a world animal welfare organisation, the dogs are prepared for his or her ceaselessly properties.

Tears Animal Rescue advertising lead Luke Kruyt confirmed the dogs have been launched from quarantine kennels on Friday 23 February.

“As Capetonians have always been supportive of Tears, we’re confident that we will be able to connect these dogs with their forever families in the Mother City.”

READ | Five dogs rescued from the canine meat commerce in Cambodia can be up for adoption in Cape Town

In February 2021, a minivan carrying 61 dogs was intercepted on path to a Cambodian slaughterhouse by native authorities.

Following this interception and after arresting the trafficker, the Cambodian authorities reached out to Four Paws to help in taking good care of the rescued animals.

Five dogs rescued from the Cambodian meat commerce are available for adoption at Tears Animal Rescue. PHOTO:

Describing the personalities of the dogs Kruyt mentioned the canines have been pleasant, affectionate and curious.

“Gamora is sweet and friendly, her personality matches the softness of her golden, velvet fur. She loves playing fetch and going for walks and she’s good with kids and other dogs.

Pietro Maximoff, a Shiba Inu mix male enjoys walks, playtime, cuddles and treats.

“Pietro is a charming, cheerful guy who loves people.”

Meanwhile, Falcon a two-year-old medium sized feminine canine, is described as a delicate soul.

“This girl thrives with the company of other dogs, walks well on a leash and enjoys playtime, is alert, protective and good with kids.”

Bashful and coy, Shadow a 3 year-old medium sized canine, is assured and pleasant.

“She has passed a cat assessment, so could share her new family with a confident feline friend.”

Dogs rescued from the Cambodian meat commerce arrived in Cape Town on Wednesday 14 February. PHOTO:

Commenting on the challenges confronted in terms of discovering properties for grownup rescue dogs, Kruyt mentioned there’s a frequent false impression that shelter dogs have points.

“Adult dogs often face challenges in finding adoptive homes, while puppies are typically adopted more easily. Unfortunately, there is a common misconception that adult dogs at shelters have issues. In reality, many of these dogs are incredible and have simply been let down by people.”

Over the previous yr, the month-to-month adoption charge at Tears Animal Rescue has averaged 31.

“Adoptive families complete the rescue process and not only find their furry friend, but in doing so, create space to give another vulnerable pet a second chance at a happier life.”

There are at the moment 91 grownup dogs and 35 puppies up for adoption. For extra info on the “fabulous five” contact Tears.

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