Angels look strange, you might say by looking at these tattooed bikers. Yet they have saved countless animal lives across the country. They even created Rescue Ink, and their main goal is to save as many animals as possible. They investigate animal abuse, rescue domestic animals from their abusive owners, and help animals find new homes.
Rescue Ink is a non-profit organization that fights for animal rights. All volunteers, the team members are bikers, bodybuilders, former military personnel, police detectives, and even lawyers.
“Some people like to think of us as superheroes. The truth is, we are super animal lovers. Through the years, and many caseloads, obstacles, and downright challenges, we remain strong and dedicated to our mission,” they said.
They made agreements with animal shelters and public organizations and they cooperated with the authorities to reduce and even stop animal abuse. Regular people and even famous artists joined their cause. So far, these kinds of people managed to offer a much better life for a lot of animals, like dogs, cats, horses, pigs, and even fish.
The team only investigates cases of animal abuse. If things go in different directions, they call the police. “We specialize in getting the abuser away from the dog. We truly work with the abuser. We go to a house; if it’s really cold out, we see two dogs in the back, we build them a doghouse,” Mr. Missari, a member of the team told NY Times.
Above all things, the most important one is that all of them are so kind-hearted. For example, one of them had to carry a little kitten for 10 days, everywhere he goes, because the little one needed to be fed every 2 hours.
And when those heroes don’t save animals, they’re teaching children to be kind and lovely with animals. They try to prove and teach everyone that animal abuse is so wrong.
“Let’s just say an official goes to an abuser’s house, he pulls up in a cop car and, immediately the abuser knows the cop’s limitations, he has certain boundaries. But when we pull up, they don’t know what we’re going to do, they don’t know what we’re capable of doing. So it helps out big time,” the team said in an interview with People.
These guys are real heroes!