Or rather, Jindol?
When we met Jindol, the rescue from South Korea yesterday I thought I had met Ghost from the Game of Thrones.
But he wasn’t Ghost. He was with his mum, Rafi to have dim sum with us at Duck and Rice in Soho.
There was a lot of food – a lot of yummy dim sum.
Unlike me, Jindol has real self- control. He just looked at the food.
Unlike me who was begging and waiting for Mum to give in. But I am really glad I got to know Jindol. He wasn’t sure about me at first but we eventually got to know each other.
And we learnt a little more about what his story might have been.
So I know you’re not Ghost, but who do you think will win the Game of Thrones? Dany? Jon Snow? One of the Stark girls?
But look at his bro, Loki! Now he really looks like GHOST!
May’s comment: A few weeks ago we wrote about Jindol – Missing Paws but Loving Life
We wanted to meet Rafi and Jindol to learn more about his background.
Jindol was found on the streets in an area just outside Seoul. His back legs had been cut off and he was running around on his stumps.
His stumps are indicative of what these dog meat farms do to the dogs to prevent them from escaping. He was eventually picked up by a Shelter – and they had put his story on their website.
Today, rescued by Rafi a little over a year ago, Jindol now lives in London. He gets around on his bandaged stumps.
Jindol has been seen by Super Vet, Noel Fitzpatrick – and they can fit him with prosthetics to help him walk normally again. At this point, walking on his stumps is not the most comfortable and his dressings needs to be changed everyday to prevent infection. He tires easily as his back is not properly supported.
Please help Jindol get his prosthetic legs – https://www.gofundme.com/rescue-dog-jindol-needs-new-legs
If anyone can advice on how to get their story onto The DoDo – we think that could help.
Duck and Rice had invited us to have lunch – and we took the opportunity to share the experience with Rafi and Jindol. The ground floor which is the bar area is super dog-friendly. Due to the bar height of the tables, they had suggested that the dogs could sit on the seats next to us. They had treats for the dogs and dog bowls. There were at least three other dogs at Sunday lunch. 90 Berwick St, Soho, London W1F 0QB