Hannah’s Story

End Trophy Hunting Now does not usually solicit donations but this year in the run up to Christmas we want to help bring Hannah home. Please donate if you can, or share.

Any surplus will be used to help the other dogs at Hannah’s shelter in China. Several other dogs are ready to come to the UK or US if their travel expenses are funded. There are over 400 dogs at the shelter and even a basic subsistence diet costs over £3,500 a month. The dogs don’t have such a wonderful life in shelters in the cold winter in China.

Please help bring Hannah home.

DOG’S PRAYER GOD’S FRIEND
When God made the earth and sky
The flowers and the trees
He then made all the animals
And all the birds and bees
And when all his work was finished
Not one was quite the same
He said, “I’ll walk this earth of mine
And give each one a name.”
And so he travelled land and sea
And everywhere He went
A little creature followed Him
Until his strength was spent
When all was named upon the earth
And in the sky and sea
The little creature said “Dear Lord,
There’s not one left for me.”
The Father smiled and softly said,
“I’ve left you to the end
I’ve turned my own name back to front
And called you Dog, my friend.”

World Protection for Dogs and Cats in the Meat Trade

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Hannah an Old English Sheepdog was literally snatched from the jaws of death in the summer of 2016 while waiting in the holding area of a small slaughterhouse. The picture of her standing on a platform was actually taken inside the slaughterhouse itself on the day she was rescued. Clearly, Hannah was in a very low physical state by then but she could not know the urgency of her own situation.

Who knows how life had brought her to this point – had she once been a beloved pet? It is usual for gangs in villages to round up dogs from breeding farms, strays and stolen pets keeping them confined in horrific conditions until they are shipped all over China to be used for food and fur. Who knows how long she had been kept without food by this point. She was so weak from starvation that we had to…

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