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The trip to the shrine was probably one of the best moments in Seok Jae’s life. Feed the hungry elephant and keep it cozy. The workers treated her with dignity, offering the elephant the love and mercy she should have had all her life.

One of the best moments of Sook-Jai’s journey to her forever home is something you can actually see. After showing love and kindness for the first time in his life, Seok Jae can be seen literally crying. Suk Jae is clearly overwhelmed by the kindness of these individuals, leaving her to be suspicious, showing her weakness.

Towards the end of the trip, Seok Jae arrives at the shelter where she finally goes to rest. A deaf-blind elephant can’t see or hear where she is, but if the kindness of her new keepers is any indication of what she’s about to experience, she knows it’s a good place to be. will finally earn respect.

Su Jae’s story is not entirely unique. All over the world, majestic elephants like Seokjae endure corporate cruelty. Fortunately, the brave people who have dedicated their lives to animals like Sook-Jai are there to protect and save them.

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