Canine rescued from the Chinese language meat commerce arrive in New York Metropolis

Dogs rescued from the Chinese meat trade arrive in New York City

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A second group of dogs was due to arrive in New York City on Saturday and be rescued from a cruel fate.

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They were saved from being killed for meat.

More than 50 of the animals arrived at John F. Kennedy Airport in Queens on Friday.

They were rescued from China where they went to slaughterhouses.

This is the culmination of a year-long rescue mission.

A group called No Dogs Left behind coordinated everything, including new homes for the animals.

“What these dogs have been through is amazing, they are resilient. They are amazing and just waiting for their families, the families that have been waiting for them for almost a year to come home.” Dogs left behind, said Jeffrey Beri.

Rescuing any dog ​​costs between $ 2,000 and $ 7,000.

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