Hello people! We bring back a sweet and sweet story that will restore your faith in humanity. It’s about cyclists. Yes, I know every cyclist with a tattoo is scary, but this is not the case.
They are actually very cute. What they did was investigate cases of animal cruelty. Whenever they found an aggressive owner, the gang urged the owner to give up the pet. Bringing in an abused dog, this amazing group of bikers takes them to a shelter where they can receive the best possible care. In fact, they found a home for several dogs, cats and horses.
This gang is called the Rescue Ink, and there are many people in it. For example, ex-bodybuilders, ex-military, bikers, police detectives, weightlifting champions and lawyers. It gained considerable popularity from 2008 to 2014, thanks to the tremendous efforts of this non-profit animal rights organization.
“Some people like to think of us as superheroes. The truth is that we are people who love (and advocate) immensely over the years. In many cases over the years, despite obstacles and serious problems, we are still We are strong and committed to our mission.” In addition to working with animal shelters, Rescue Ink works closely with police departments because they want to protect animals while obeying the law. The popularity of this amazing team is growing day by day. Interestingly, they started receiving between 1,000 and 3,000 emails and about 250 calls per day.
While this group worked, they saved too many animals. Dog, horse, chicken, cat, fish, pig. And on one occasion, he rescued a five-foot-tall boa constrictor. Rescue Ink told the New York Times that each situation was very different. “Someone sold purebred dogs because they needed money for drugs, someone organized dog fights, and someone tried to poison a group of stray cats near the house. There was once a report of a Pennsylvania cat serial killer.”
Also, there’s one thing you need to know about this brave and tough team: “The team only investigated cases of animal cruelty. When they managed to find the perpetrator, Rescue Ink came to the police. If the animal’s owner doesn’t take care of the pet, the cyclists have helped build the kennel or otherwise. Another factor that makes this awesome group of bikers even more heartfelt is that members of Rescue Ink also spend a few weeks with their little kitten. And they took him everywhere because he needed food every hour. One participant also rescued ducks from a pond near a sewer.
This group has also saved pets whose wonders had died. They have done it because there was no one else to take care of the furry angels.