Activists Saved 170 Foxes From A Chinese Fur Farm And Sheltered Them At A Buddhist Monastery

Activists Saved 170 Foxes From A Chinese Fur Farm And Sheltered Them At A Buddhist Monastery

Thanks to some warm-hearted people, 174 foxes have been rescued from a Chinese fur farm. As GoodNewsNetwork reported, the farm was closing because of lack of funds. However, activists, including Karen Gifford and a woman named BoHe, stepped in. Not only did they rescue the foxes, but they also found them a new shelter at a Buddhist monastery.


It all began when residents of the Buddhist Jilin Nursing Garden in Mudanjiang, China, overheard the news that the fox farm was closing. The foxes were to be “disposed of,” which meant they'd be killed. After acknowledging the sad fact, residents agreed to welcome these foxes at the monastery.





Gifford has recently been documenting the rescue initiative. She's been assisted mainly by BoHe, who operates a local dog sanctuary which is home to 2,400 canines, Many of them were saved from the dog meat trade.



Since the foxes are safe, Gifford is now raising donations to help buy food for the critters. They'll be staying at the monastery until volunteers can construct a permanent shelter.


Activists Saved 170 Foxes From A Chinese Fur Farm And Sheltered Them At A Buddhist Monastery

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