As an emergency placement partner for the Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International, Peggy Adams rushed to save five dogs from a Korean meat farm on Monday, July 1st. The dogs were rescued by Humane Society International from a meat farm of nearly 200 dogs and puppies.
Today, these dogs are receiving critical medical attention, food, shelter—and the love—they desperately need and deserve.
At times of urgent need, Peggy Adams helps its emergency placement partners – but our primary focus is on saving the lives of animals in our local community. In fact, we save the lives of more local animals each year than any other rescue organization in Palm Beach County – including more than 1,500 cats, dogs, puppies and kittens we’ve taken from Palm Beach County Animal Care and Control in the last 12 months.
Your help is urgently needed to save not just the five dogs from Korea but the more than 1,000 other homeless animals currently in our care. Please, give generously today.