Tattooed bikers confront abusive pet owners to rescue desperate animals in need

Anyone who saves abused animals is a hero in my book.

Much like modern day knights, they stand up for those who cannot stand up for themselves, and there are few causes more noble than that. Which is why I feel the need to bring to light Rescue Ink, the group of burly bikers who have made it their mission to save suffering animals wherever they find them.

Over time they’ve carved a niche when it comes to paying visits to particularly cruel and violent pet owners, before “convincing” them to hand over the animals, whether they want to or not.

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The group of rescuers, from Long Island, New York, operate fully within the law, but the majority of the time they get their way all the same.

Rescue Ink was founded as a non-profit organization before launching into mainstream media. They boast a wide array of members, including bikers, ex-bodybuilders, powerlifting champs, former military members, former servicemen, and even those who have had their own run-ins with the law in the past.

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The animal lovers field calls on a daily basis, prioritizing the worst ones first and then working their way through the list. During their time, they’ve encountered dog fighting organizers, breeders, and even animal serial killers.

To hear them tell it, animal abusers are typically insecure, ruthless, and impulsive people who are given over to sadistic tendencies.

Fortunately, Rescue Ink is always on the side of the innocents, and so look for the best alternatives in even the toughest of situations.

“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,” member Anthony Rossano (a.k.a. Big Ant) explained to People.

“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.”

Indeed, though the group remain humble, and perhaps don’t see themselves as saviours, the work they do can’t be commended enough!

“Some people like to think of us as superheroes. The truth is, we are super animal lovers (and protectors). Through the years, and through many caseloads, obstacles, and downright challenges, we remain strong and dedicated to our mission.”

A roaming group of bikers lending their services for the protection and betterment of animals who can’t defend themselves! I don’t know about you, but that sounds like one hell of a worthy cause.

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