When you think of biker gangs, you think about big, burly guys with tattoos and beards. When it comes to this team of men, you’re right about their outward look, however do not read a book by its cover!
Rescue Ink was a prominent biker gang in between 2008 to 2014. They found a niche in ruthlessness situations that police just could not deal with. If a dog had a “proper” sanctuary per the wording of the law, law enforcement could not seize a dog left in the cold. But the bikers would either convince the owner to surrender the dog, or even much better, build or buy a better cold weather doghouse.
The men made agreements with many saves and vets and were an useful source in some beautiful heinous cases. For instance, they’ve investigated and broken up dog fighting circuits, puppy mills in which people were mass producing purebred puppies for drug cash, a person who tried to poison a colony of cats and also a serial cat killer. The group consisted of bikers, ex-bodybuilders, power-lifting champions, former military personnel, cops detectives, and lawyers. Men who had an intimidation factor and knowledge of the law so that they could walk the fine edge of legality to save as lots of abused and ignored animals as possible.
The group had not been all brawn and muscle. They also had big hearts. They handled to stay within the boundaries of the law, cooperate with police and handle over 1,000 emails and up to 250 call daily. They have actually rescued everything from dogs and cats to horses and a boa constrictor. One member went as far as taking a kitty wherever he went since he needed to bottle feed it every number of hours. A spokesperson for the company was when quoted as saying “Some people like to think of us as superheroes. The truth is, we are super animal lovers (and protectors). Through the years, and through lots of caseloads, obstacles, and downright challenges, we stay strong and dedicated to our mission.”