You might say that these tattooed bikers don’t look like angels. They did, however, save numerous animal lives across the country. They even founded Rescue Ink, with the primary purpose of saving as many animals as possible. They check into animal abuse situations, save pets from abusive owners, and help the animals find new homes.
Rescue Ink is a non-profit organization dedicated to the protection of animals. The squad consists of motorcyclists, bodybuilders, former military people, police investigators, and even judges, who are all volunteers.
“Some people consider us to be superheroes. To be honest, we are huge animal lovers.
We have stayed strong and loyal to our mission over the years, despite countless caseloads, difficulties, and plain challenges,” they added.
They worked with animal shelters and public organizations, as well as the government, to minimize and even eliminate animal maltreatment. Ordinary individuals, as well as well-known artists, joined their cause. So far, these compassionate folks have helped a variety of animals, including dogs, cats, horses, pigs, and even fish, have far better lives.
Only animal abuse cases are investigated by the squad. They contact the cops if things go in a different direction. “We’re experts at removing the abuser from the dog. We deal with the abuser on a one-on-one basis. Mr. Missari, a member of the crew, told the New York Times, “We go to a house; if it’s extremely cold out, we notice two dogs in the side, and we construct them a doghouse.”
Above all, the most essential characteristic is that they are all so kind. One of them, for example, had to carry a small kitten wherever he went for ten days because the kitten needed to be fed every two hours.
When those heroes aren’t saving animals, they’re teaching children how to treat animals with kindness and beauty. They are genuinely attempting to demonstrate and teach everyone that animal mistreatment is completely unacceptable.
“Let’s say a cop shows up to an abuser’s residence in a patrol car, and the abuser immediately recognizes the cop’s restrictions and bounds. When we arrive, though, they have no idea what we’re going to accomplish or how skilled we are. In an interview with People, the team explained how it helps a lot.