Rescued turkey and rescued dogs are friends

Meet the rescued dog who is best buds with a rescued turkey

Meet Minnow, a friendly dog who was rescued from a meat farm in South Korea – a dog who is best buds with a rescued young turkey named Blossom. Blossom escaped death when she was rescued from a factory farm when she was just five weeks of age.

According to TODAY, the unlikely friends reside with Abbie Hubbard, the deputy director of the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria. There will be no meat for Thanksgiving dinner at the family’s Virginia home – Hubbard told TODAY, “My heart beats for farmed animals.”

Blossom is a foster bird…eventually she will be going to live out her life Burgundy Farm, the home of Chickpea, a rooster who lived with Hubbard for a short time as well. Until that time, Minnow and Blossom will keep enjoying their unique, and adorable friendship…you can enjoy the duo’s adventures on Instagram at abbie.loves.minnow (click here).

Happy Thanksgiving!

(Image via Instagram)


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  1. Cynthia Como says:

    Such a heartwarming story of Blossom and Minnow! So,so wonderful that these lives were saved from a brutal and cruel death! Isn’t Minnow an adorable and beautiful dog….and to think some sub human POS would of horrificly tortured,killed and ate this lovely fur baby! I cringe at the thought! The dog meat horror and factory farming gives me nightmares on a regular basis! ????????God bless the wonderful humans who have saved both of these precious lives!????????

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