Marc Ching's Yulin Survivors

Marc Ching's Yulin Survivors
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In June animal activist Marc Ching went to the Yulin dog meat 'festival' in China and temporarily shut down 6 slaughter houses. He rescued over 1000 dogs 500 of which are now in his safe houses being cared for. Marc's non profit:
animalhopeandwellness.org

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In June animal activist Marc Ching went to the Yulin dog meat 'festival' in China and temporarily shut down 6 slaughter houses. He rescued over 1000 dogs 500 of which are now in his safe houses being cared for. Marc's non profit:
animalhopeandwellness.org

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The barbaric dog meat trade in Asia claims the lives of over 2 million dogs (and thousands of cats) every year. Marc produced this PSA to bring attention to this heinous practice which involves severe torture of the dogs before brutal slaughter. He's joined by millions around the world who want to stop this nightmarish violence once for all. The dogs Marc rescued are in great need of medical attention and supplies until they're well enough to be adopted into loving homes all over the world. Please help these Yulin survivors that have suffered so much.
My organization is called Cecil's Angels and you can learn more about us at cecilsangels.com

Marc in action rescuing filthy and emaciated puppies from terrifying slaughter house.

I was able to meet Marc when he returned from his harrowing trip and interview him for my column on Cecil's Pride which is attached below. The dog he's holding is a slaughter house survivor and there are currently 13 more up for adoption at his Animal hope and wellness center in Sherman Oaks, California.

Read my interview with Marc here:
https://cecilspride.wordpress.com/2016/07/06/marc-ching-yulins-reluctant-hero/

We are part of the ongoing protests at the Korean Consulate in Los Angeles.

My co-Angel Renee just adopted a pup rescued by Nami Kim in South Korea from a dog meat farm!

I went to walk and play with some of the angels Marc has brought home from Asia. They have all been beaten, hanged and boiled alive and had to endure months of recovery at veterinary hospitals. Some are shy yet all willing to love which is what makes dogs such special beings. If you're in the LA area please check out the Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation to see all the dogs currently up for adoption. This girl is my favorite hands down:)

I fell in love with this little Yulin survivor Gobi and adopted her 7 weeks ago. She's the definition of happiness and sunshine and we are so blessed and honored to have her.