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The Heroes and Angels

We must highlight, applaud and are in awe of the amazing efforts and determination of these wonderful people. Suffering themselves both physically and especially mentally over the horrendous sights they see and the heartbreak of their inability to save all the innocent souls. We love you all and we are with you always in your goals.......THANKYOU FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS

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Marc Ching

Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation

Marc Ching is a hero for the animals. But what makes him stand out is his relentless drive to fight for the animals in risking his life, being beaten, robbed and held at gunpoint as well as with a machete blade, in his efforts to rescue hundreds of dogs in Asia from the meat industry.

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Marc ChingMarc Ching

(Pictures: Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation)

 

 

The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation

The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization focused solely on rescuing abused dogs and dogs from the meat trade throughout Asia. We rescue them, provide full rehabilitation services, and then work to find them perfect homes.

The Animal Hope and Wellness Foundation

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The Compassion Project. (Show support for those in the struggle, temporarily change your profile picture on FB CLICK HERE.)

Nominate Marc Ching as CNN Hero@CNN.com CLICK HERE

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Nami Kim

The activist group, Save Korean Dogs, is a team, run by Nami Kim, that have been running yearly campaigns to bring awareness and lower the dog meat consumption.

Nami Kim shuts down dog meat farms, rehabilitates, rescues and rehomes many dogs, and works with the government to bring about long term policy change,

(Picture: Nami Kim)

Nami Kim

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Jung Myoung Sook

This Woman is Raising 200 Dogs She Saved From Death in South Korea

For the last 26 years, 61-year-old Jung Myoung Sook has been rescuing and caring for dogs and puppies in South Korea, where dogs only recently became popular as pets and are often killed for food. So far she’s saved more than 200 dogs from death.

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(Pictures: AP Photo/Lee Jin-man)

 

February 2016 - Korean woman raises 200 dogs saved from streets, restaurants - CLICK HERE

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Madam Yang

Madam Yang has been saving dogs from the dogmeat trade and from the streets of China for over 20 years.

Madam Yang

(Photographer: Xiaomin Wang & Jiangwei Zhao 王晓明,赵建伟)

23rd June 2015 - Express - Woman travels 1,500 miles to save 100 dogs from slaughter at Yulin Dog Meat Festival - A GOOD SAMARITAN has travelled more than 1,500 miles and paid over £700 to rescue 100 terrified cats and dogs destined for slaughter at China's infamous Yulin Dog Meat Festival.....READ MORE

Apil 2016 - Madam Yang's new shleter - CLICK HERE

June 2016 - Madam Yang, Yulin 2016 and Her Appeal for Help - CLICK HERE

Friends of Yang

Friends of Yang

We are a small team of volunteers dedicated to help Yang XiaoYun of Tianjin Common Home in China to improve the lives of her animals.

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EK Park

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(Pictures: Free Korean Dogs)

 

Free Korean Dogs

Free Korean Dogs is a registered Canadian not-for-profit organization (Corporation #942567-5) whose goal is to stop the abuse of dogs in Korea.

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Published on Jul 24, 2015 Our goal is to stop the abuse of dogs in Korea. Each year over two million dogs are slaughtered by Korea’s unregulated dog meat industry, often after enduring unbearable suffering. We develop public awareness, community outreach and international adoption to replace cruelty with compassion for dogs in Korea.

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'Suki Su'

Beautiful Chinese activist and dedicated caretaker of Yulin survivors 2016.

Suki Su

Suki Su, with the two babies she personally adopted, who were saved by Marc Ching and The Animal Hope & Wellness Foundation from Yulin just two months ago.

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The dogs arrived at our safe house 1 and 2 in Nanning (China) ...Now these babies will have a life they deserve.

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'Angels of Yulin'

Angels of Yulin

(Photographer: STR)

'Angels of Yulin' Jess Henderson (left) and Helen Reed (right) said they saw pictures of dogs cramped in tiny metal cages and felt that they needed to go and save them

Two British female volunteers nicknamed the 'Angels of Yulin' helped to save 1,000 dogs from certain slaughter at China’s sickening Yulin Dog Meat Festival.....READ MORE

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To the people who've put themselves on the front lines by journeying to these placese to save lives....THANK YOU ....You give us hope.....Together, we can stop this torture.