5 animals, left in the worst of conditions, kept for the purpose of human consumption, have made an incredible journey spanning multiple continents. Humane Society International was onsite in South Korea to shut down an animal meat farm and rescue 200 dogs. They were then airlifted 7000 miles to Washington, DC. Landpilots Paula Zetter and Chris Everitt left for D.C. last night and waited for these special 5 to arrive. Early this morning they loaded them up and transported them on the final leg of their amazing journey to Toledo Area Humane Society where these brave animals will get a second chance at life. Team 2, Paula and Chris, have spent the last 24 hours making this trip a reality. Animals that were without hope, saved by a team of organizations who today share our core message, No Dog Left Behind. Speechless, honored, humbled.