Cruel Biden Admin Leaves Military Service Dogs Behind In Afghanistan

Joe Biden and his handlers could care less about our military service dogs (contract animals) they left behind in Afghanistan. It is being said those faithful dogs were let out of their cages to fend for themselves in Afghanistan. This man is a scumbag in every way imaginable. 😡 These dogs saved countless U.S. Soldiers’ lives by sniffing for mines and other explosives. But Joe Biden sentenced these faithful dogs to death when he left them behind to fend for themselves! 😥

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Why did the Biden admin abandon these K9 service dogs in Afghanistan to be torched and killed by our enemies?

American Humane Reports: Dr. Robin R. Ganzert released this statement. I am devastated by reports that the American government is pulling out of Kabul and leaving behind brave U.S. military contract working dogs to be tortured and killed at the hand of our enemies.  These brave dogs do the same dangerous, lifesaving work as our military working dogs, and deserved a far better fate than the one to which they have been condemned. This senseless fate is made all the more tragic, as American Humane stands ready to not only help transport these contract K-9 soldiers to U.S. soil but also to provide for their lifetime medical care.

Containers of K9 Service Dogs sit abandoned in a hangar at Kabul airport

American Humane has worked for hand in hand with the military for more than 100 years to rescue military animals. In fact, our famed rescue program began on the bloody battlefields of WWI Europe, at the request of the U.S. Secretary of War. Since that time, American Humane served as a pioneer in the development of animal therapy for returning veterans, and today brings home retired military working dogs and pairs veterans with life-saving service dogs.

As the country’s first national humane organization and largest certifier of animal welfare in the world, it sickens us to sit idly by and watch these brave dogs who valiantly served our country be put to death or worse. In order to prevent this tragedy from occurring, these K-9’s should be loaded into whatever cargo space remains and flown to safety. Irrespective of the outcome, this gross oversight of justice must be stopped from happening again, as it did in Vietnam too. To that end, we call on Congress to take action to classify contract working dogs on the same level as military working dogs. Failure to do anything less is a failure of humanity and a condemnation of us all.”

The International Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, which worked with Kabul Small Animal Rescue on its Operation Hercules project, reported on Monday that Maxwell-Jones was forced to leave the airport with one puppy under her arm as final military evacuations occurred. She was escorted by the Taliban back to her rescue shelter, 7 miles outside of Kabul, where she remains safe for the moment, SPCA International said, crediting Maxwell-Jones with rescuing 46 working dogs and several personal pets belonging to fleeing Americans. The SPCA International update said Kabul Small Animal Rescue was forced to release many of its animals as strays when it was denied access to aircraft during the chaotic final hours of the U.S. military withdrawal.

During the final days of the Afghan withdrawal, the military was leaving behind “dozens” of caged service dogs.

In the end, the dogs and their caretakers were explicitly NOT allowed to board military aircraft, and numerous private charter aircraft were not granted access to the airport either. Jones was informed that most of the K9 dogs had to be released into the airport on August 30 as the airport was evacuated. Turning the beloved dogs into homeless strays. They were not given access to the flight we had secured to transport them out of the country. They are within the airport in an area used for housing employees at the far end of the flight line. We haven’t been able to confirm the number of dogs released, nor can we confirm whether the U.S. Military evacuated the 46 working dogs that had been under KSAR’s care when they left. We are urgently pressing for more details, and while this is more difficult now that the U.S. military has completely evacuated Kabul, we refuse to give up.

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