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  • RegisteredDecember 2, 2012
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Forums > Living in Kunming > Save these dogs!

If anybody can take in any dogs, please please help the ones in Kunming Mother Home Stray Dogs.

There are currently about 200+ poor dogs living in dark, damp, stinky rooms on concrete floors. There are about 50-60 dogs in each small room. I was incredibly saddened to see them living this way.

I'm thinking of solutions- maybe taking in a few at a time, training them, taking them to the vet, cleaning them up and adopting them out at no cost. People can meet them/ pick them up in central Kunming, or I can deliver these pups.

Most of them are small dogs.

If anybody is interested, I can start doing this to help them. Otherwise, they will likely die in this place.

It was really, truly heartbreaking.

I have my own dog, and I know how much joy they bring.


Here are the pictures.

**I know the owners of this place have very very good intentions, but I think they need more help. It is very far away, and the dogs need extra care and support that I'm willing to provide.


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I tried not to cry when I went there. 200 dogs trapped... there were about 50-60 dogs in one dark room, the door was closed and the place reeked. Please, please if you live in Kunming and want to buy a dog, please save one of these dogs. If you need more information on how to get there, I will give you the phone numbers.

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