Foxes that were meant to be slaughtered to use their fur, were rescued and are now safely in a Buddhist Monastery.
The fur of the white foxes is peculiar, characteristic beautiful and unfortunately very well paid for by the large industries that still use animal skin for their creations.
Karen Gifford is an animal activist, and she was in charge of following the rescue operation of a woman named BoHe who published videos on social networks about these foxes.
BoHe cares for more than 2,400 dogs in a special sanctuary for animals rescued from dog meat festivals.
This time, he busied himself with rescuing 174 white foxes from a fur farm that was about to close and was going to kill the animals and contacting the Jilin Buddhist Garden of Care in Muddanjiang, China.
Gifford's first Facebook posts, in which foxes were seen arriving in cages on a truck.
FOX FREEDOM !!! BREAKING NEWS! LOOK AT THE 174 BEAUTIFUL FOXES SAVED BY BOHE WITH YOUR DONATIONS! The foxes were sent ...
Published by Karen Gifford sur Mercredi 9 janvier 2019
A day later Gifford posted an update showing the foxes enjoying their first steps outside their cages in the sanctuary gardens.
Now, Gifford is collecting donations to help buy food for these foxes. The creatures will stay in the sanctuary until they find volunteers who can help build a permanent shelter.
“Thank you to all the amazing people who support us! I am sure your hearts are filled by watching these videos of a Buddhist Monk standing in the middle of the garden with free foxes, ”Gifford wrote. "The weather is icy at the BoHe base ... so please, any gesture is appreciated."
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