The dogs range from beagles, poodles, and Korean Jindos to large Tosas. SF SPCA officials say the pups have spent their entire lives in small, crowded cages.
"These incredible animals have survived unthinkable conditions and suffering as part of the dog meat industry," said Jennifer Chung, vice chair of the SF SPCA Board of Directors, in a press release. "They deserve to spend the rest of their lives in loving homes. We are honored to be part of this project, which will increase awareness of the cruel dog meat industry. Ultimately, we're hoping to completely end the practice of consuming dogs as food."
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Thousands have been evacuated from the path of the Rocky Fire, a massive wildfire that started burning near Clear Lake on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. The explosive fire is now burning in three Northern California counties -- Lake County, Colusa County, and Yuba County.
Forty two of the dogs arrived on Monday and 15 more are arriving Thursday afternoon.
The pups are under quarantine until they get a clean bill of health. Officials say they should be available for adoption on March 23.
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