Urgent! Forever Home Needed For 2 Dogs Rescued From Illegal Slaughter & Sacrifice “Farm” In Sunrise, Florida

As previously reported by WAN, Animal Recovery Mission (ARM), a remarkable boots-on-the-ground non-profit investigative organization that is committed to eliminating some of the most extreme animal cruelty operations in the world, was recently responsible for shutting down the heinous acts at a so-called “farm” that slaughtered and sacrificed innocent animals in SunriseFlorida.

The headline-making investigation by Richard “Kudo” Couto’s ARM in June, resulted in the rescue of more than 300 animals and the subsequent arrests of both Kalito Jones Sunday and Nour Albandakji, who each face 17 felony and 7 misdemeanor charges of animal cruelty.


While many of the rescued animals are now undergoing intensive medical treatments and rehabilitation, a bonded pair of dogs is currently in urgent need of finding their forever home, together!

WAN talked to Rachel Taylor, who is in charge of animal placement for ARM, about the organization’s dire need for support and its unwavering effort to find the female and male Black Mouth Kur Hound’s, now named Bonnie and Clyde, a compassionate forever family that is willing to take in the pair who have suffered tremendously.

“Imagine, these innocent and vulnerable dogs were locked in individual chicken cages with dead and dying animals surrounding them,” Taylor told WAN, further explaining that the dogs were also tragically being bred for sacrifice. “It’s heartbreaking. They have been through so much trauma already, we are trying everything in our power to find them one loving home that is right for both of them.”

According to Taylor, the dogs had nine puppies who have since been placed in new homes. They have lost so much, don’t make them lose each other!

After the rescue, ARM boarded the dogs, who are estimated to be between one and two years old, with a vet where they remained until yesterday.

The dogs cannot and should not stay in a boarding facility. They need a good home. This, combined with an expensive boarding bill, caused ARM to relocate the dogs to a safe but temporary location.

The main goal, according to Taylor, is finding the dogs a loving forever home. They are spayed and neutered, heartworm negative, and up to date on all of their vaccines.

“We will fly them anywhere they need to go, if it’s the right home for them,” said Taylor.

While the criminals have been caught, the fight to save these poor dogs and keep them together continues!


If you are interested in adopting this deserving duo, please e-mail Taylor at: taylor@arminvestigations.org.

Also, please consider making a much-needed donation to Animal Recovery Mission’s fund to contribute to the dogs boarding costs and ongoing accommodations until they find their new loving forever home, HERE!

You can help all animals and our planet by choosing compassion on your plate and in your glass. #GoVeg

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