In Korea, most shelters are what are called "kill shelters" meaning the dogs only have 10 days to get adopted or the shelter puts them to sleep (kills them) and in Korea, most people only get dogs from puppy stores or breeders.
Basically, these dogs don't stand a chance.
But that's where foster homes come in!
I don't have the time or money to adopt a dog and have it be my fur baby for 10+ years, but I do have the time to help out a dog in need for a month or two!
She is a cutie patootie who will be making her way to Los Angeles to be adopted and start her life as a California girl~
She is waiting for a flight to Los Angeles and before that, to make her more likely to get adopted, she's going to stay with me and experience life outside of the shelter (she arrived there when she was about 2 months old and has been there ever since)
I'm going to teach her English commands (sit, stay, etc) and try to take a lot of photos and videos so the shelter in Los Angeles can promote her and find her a home faster! So far she's had to learn how to walk up and down stairs, and we're working on potty training ;)