Twelve dogs, rescued from South Korea, arrived at the Boise Airport.
A dozen dogs rescued by Humane Society International and transported from a breeding operation in Seongnam, South Korea, by Dog is My CoPilot (an animal air-rescue NPO), arrived in Boise Airport yesterday. "These dogs are in desperate need of a second chance," wrote HSI Co-Director of Companion Animals and Engagement Kelly O'Meara in a prepared statement. "We know people of Boise will give them the love and care [the dogs] were deprived of since they were born. We found them in chains, living in filth and isolated." The Idaho Humane Society has seen a decline in the number of animals coming through its doors, so it is able to take over the care of the new arrivals and will handle the animal adoptions.
Variety reports new summer blockbuster Wonder Woman, directed by Patty Jenkins, could make $100 million in its opening weekend, setting a box-office record for a female-directed film. In Boise, Captain Comics (710 S. Vista Ave.) is celebrating the warrior princess: The store has declared today Wonder Woman Day, and everyone who visits the store gets one of two different Wonder Woman comics—plus, all Wonder Woman-related comics, books and toys are 20 percent off.