It’s very touching and heartwarming to see people like those in the video doing their best to save dogs everywhere. As a part of the beagle freedom project, the first mission was set to rescue beagle dogs, and what you will see in this video is their first east coast rescue. On June 1, 2013, they helped to rescue two Beagles from a research facility. After they were released, they took them to a place where they can leave their crates and run around. However, the Beagles have only known the crates and were not allowed out; they lived in cages all of their entire lives, and that was their destiny before they were free. The beagles didn’t get any kinds of physical interactions; their life was just closed between four sided cages. At first, the Beagles did not know what to do, they did not want to leave their crates, and when the crates opened in front of them, you can see their eyes are looking everywhere, like it’s the first time they could see the whole world, it’s their first look on freedom. The beagles stepped out patiently from their crates. The two beagles finally got their second chance to live; all they really want is a safe home with loving owners. For more information about the rescue, go to www.beaglefreedomproject.com. The website also has more information about how to donate, and not just for the beagles, but for any animal that needs rescue.
The Beagle Freedom Project had so many rescuing missions for laboratory dogs; watch this amazing rescue mission for about nine beagles who were seeing the sun for the first time in their life after they were caged in the laboratory. It’s so touching.
Watch the rescue of those two beagle dogs and don’t forget to share it with your family and friends.