Two-time world champion pairs skater rescues dogs from The Dinner Table
Canadian figure skater Meagan Duhamel rescues dogs from a canine farm. She wants to encourage as many participants in Pyeongchang winter games to do the same.
Meagan Duhamel, the two-time world champion pairs skater, adopted a mini- dachshund mix named Moo- Tae that was to be destined for human consumption.
She deserves a gold medal for dog rescue
The dog drove eight hours to meet Duhamel his new owner. He narrowly escaped death.
Taking a stand against the controversial practice, Meagan Duhamel has arranged for a second to be taken home to Canada, Although it won’t be living with her.
Ek Park, the founder of Free Korean Dogs organization, which facilitates dogs adoption between South Korea, United States, and Canada, Moo- Tae, and the second dog, named Sara, met Duhamel at the airport of Seoul so that she be able to fly the dogs back to Toronto.
” He brings a very special energy,” she said,” I meditate every day, and he sits beside me patiently while I meditate. I don’t know if he was trained to do that”.
Very sociable, Moo- Tae has only one desire: to be in the arms of someone! Since he was adopted, he does not even care to play … all that matters is to be worn!
Nevertheless, the small ball of hair keeps the marks of his sad past. His paws are distorted because of the mistreatment of which he was a victim …
When she returns home to Montreal, Meagan Duhamel wants to bring another dog, Sara, with her to give her a chance to be adopted in Canada. She strongly encourages all other participants in the Olympic Games to do the same. She hopes that other animals will be saved thanks to this surge of solidarity.
Almost 2 million dogs are raised each year on Korean dog meat farm, where they are often mistreated.
On her part, Meagan Duhamel, the two-time world champion pairs skater, is so happy her pooch was saved from the slaughter.