Dogs On China’s Death Row Find Life in America
Dozens of dogs about to be slaughtered for China’s meat markets are now safe in America.
They arrived at JFK Airport on Saturday with yelps of joy as foster families eagerly waited to take them home.
“These dogs are my heroes, the adopters are my heroes,” said Jeffrey Beri, who founded the organization ‘No Dogs Left Behind,’ which operates a shelter in Beijing.
Many of the adopters who were waiting at JFK Airport have been on a waiting list for a year to take care of their new friends.
Beri and his team of volunteers have saved thousands of dogs since 2017. The animal lovers often have to use Army-type maneuvers, usually under cover of darkness, to save the dogs from sure doom.
“Every one of these dogs that are now in America is an ambassador for the cruelty-free movement that we’re fighting for,” said Beri.
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11 thoughts on “Saved from the slaughterhouse”
A beautiful animal as are all the others… I don’t understand that as a food source at all.
I shudder to think of eating dog meat. Or tarantulas, or bats..
I’m not officially a vegetarian but when I think of this story I think that eating any animal is repulsive and a crime against the animal kingdom, ergo, I reckon from now on I’ll stop eating all meat.
I think you will be a lot more healthy for it.
Good advice — especially since it comes from a nurse. Pasta tonight!
Go light on the carbs my dear friend! Consider us supping together while social distancing.
What do you suggest for dinner then? How about vegetable lasagna? Fettuccine alfredo? All too many carbs I guess?
Good morning. I must confess I had some carbs. Not too much.
I hope you enjoyed your dinner.
Meals are a problem for me — I ended up grazing on some grass in the backyard.
Lol, vegetarianism at its most basic.