Meanwhile in.. China, meet the monk who has saved 8,000 stray dogs. John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report.
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"His bald head glistening with sweat, Zhi Xiang peers into the eyes of a stray dog whose coat has become matted in heavy rain and says soothingly: "Let me cut your hair, cutie."
The bedraggled pooch is among scores of dogs hauled off the streets of Shanghai by police and packed in metal cages in a foul-smelling holding area.
More than 20 puppies are also crammed into a yellow plastic crate; one dog is dragged in while inside a tied bag.
But for Zhi’s intervention, they will all be put down in a matter of days.
But Zhi is no ordinary animal rescuer: he is a Buddhist monk and will give these dogs a new life either at his ancient monastery or at a shelter he runs in the Chinese city.
He already has nearly 8,000 dogs to feed and care for. A few hundred will eventually be resettled in Europe or North America."
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