This Woman Lives With 200 Hounds She Rescued From Death In South Korea

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A South Korean woman is reportedlyraising over 200 dogs she saved from abandonment or death.

According toMashable, 61 -year-old Jung Myoung Sook embarked taking in pups 26 years ago after locating various thathad been abandonedin rice paddies for days.

She soon detected more hounds were about to be sold to pup traders for meat farms andrestaurantsand used her own coin to buy them from sellers.

Jungcontinues to rescue stray pups on the street and house them with the others in a hillside compound in Asan, South Korea.

The shelter was opened in 2014 after Jung moved seven times due to complaints from neighbors about the boisterous pets.

Dogs have now been become popular domesticateds in South Korea, where 81,000 digres animals — mainly pups and cats — were sent to public shelters in 2014, according to the Associated Press.

Many of these animals are apparently euthanized at public shelters if they are not accepted or claimed.

Jungtoldthe AP,

My newborns aren’t thirsty. They can play and live freely here. Some people talk about me, saying,’ Why is that beggar-like middle-aged maiden smiling all the time, ’ but I merely focus on feeding my babes. I’m happy and healthy.

Jung’s only sources of income are her errand cleaning a accumulate and the recyclable cartons she collects.

She reportedly spends about $1,600 a few months on food and drug, but it seems a great deal of the meat comes from subscriptions sent by pals, relatives and strangers.

Park Hye-soon owns a restaurant in the region and has given leftover meat to Jungfor four years.

He said,

[ Jung] lives only for her pups, without doing much for herself.

Officialsin Asan do not have the responsibilityto inspect Jung’s shelter, so the health of the dogs is unclear.

Jungadmitted some of the dogs diein campaigns with one another, but she insisted the majority of countries are well-fed and disease-free.

The animals reportedly seemed fine during a recent trip fromthe AP.

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