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South Korean Slaughterhouse Survivor: Rescued, Rehabilitated, Ready for Adoption Yubi Fox #19
My name is Yubi
I am a dog with a
past so dark, that most dogs where I am from - never live to speak or tell of
their story. While I was not born in this country, my short time here has been
a dream that I never even believed could be possibility.
Marc rescued me
from one of the most violent slaughterhouses in South Korea. It took me a long
time to make my way to the states because the injuries sustained - I needed
time to heal. While I am no longer cut open and torn, my heart is still pieces
that fall to the Earth beneath me.
At night when I lay
down to sleep, I wonder if people or other dogs ever live through a darkness
Since being in
America, I was adopted out once to this great family. And even though I was
brought back to the foundation, Marc had to teach me why people shed tears, and
why they were still a good family. He said that my destiny is about achieving
perfection. And while that home may have seemed like a great home, things have
to work for both me and the family.
I have issues. And
I guess if you were submerged in darkness. I guess if your flesh was ripped
open by the hands of man - you would have issues too. I need time. Not to heal
my skin or the bones within me, but my soul.
Teach me how to
pull it back inside.
It is strange, how
when I think of where I used to be. How you never believe that life can hold
this kind of possibility. I was beat. My body was thrown against concrete.
Everyday I wondered if this would be the day I died. Everyday I sat there,
closing my eyes believing that if I could not see monsters - they could not
take my life.
In the end I was
right. In the end he came to save me. My name is Yubi Fox, and I am up for
adoption at The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation. I deserve the dream that
people chase on the other side. I deserve to find my soul, and pull it back
Teach me that the
world is not a place of infinite suffering. Rescue me. ###Marc Ching
This 1.5 year old girl seeks the patience of a loving understanding heart, kind hands, and peaceful, tranquil home to help her overcome the darkness of abuse and torture. Someone who is committed to giving Yubi Fox a life she never knew was possible. She found the courage to survive a horror that no living being should ever endure---do you have the courage to love her the rest of the way.... ---R. B. STUART