These beautiful dogs were about to be experimented on in an Indian animal testing lab. But thanks to the Committee for the Purpose of Control and Supervision of Experiments on Animals, 42 dogs have been released from the research facility.
In fact, the Indian government has not given permission to experiment with these dogs, so 42 of the 156 dogs living in a research laboratory in Bengaluru have been set free. This is the second batch of rescued animals, and more than a dozen more dogs are to be released.
The cheerful dogs have been taken in by an animal hotel in Sarjapur. Now all that remains is to find them new owners. The problem is that dogs aged 2-4 years (mostly beagles) have never lived in an open environment, so it will be rather difficult to get them used to a normal lifestyle.
Nevertheless, the CUPA Animal Rights Organization has already received 460 applications from people who want to take one of the former lab inmates. Volunteers will communicate with and train future dog owners to see if people are able to help the rescued animals adapt to a normal life.
One of the 42 beagles has already found a new home. Lola, a beagle with sad eyes, was diagnosed with scabies and was about to be isolated.
Fortunately, a family was found who took the dog in. Lola is now content with life and is a very happy doggie. Look at her eyes now.
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We can only hope that the remaining 155 beagles will also quickly find a forever home.
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