After being saved from a fur farm, 174 foxes are experiencing freedom for the first time.
Videos of the white foxes being released from their tiny cages show them being released in a Buddhist nursery garden, where they will temporarily reside until their rescuers in China can construct a suitable enclosure for them.
According to Karen Gifford, an animal rescuer who works to spread awareness and aids animal activist Bohe in her efforts to rescue canines from dog meat farms in China, the foxes were rescued there by Bohe.
According to Gifford’s Facebook post, the farmed foxes are domestically raised, “born in the spring and skinned in the winter.” It’s undoubtedly horrific.
The animals cannot be released in the wild since they are not wild. Instead, a sanctuary will be provided for the foxes where they can spend the rest of their lives.
Bohe and her followers heard that the fox farmers were ending their operation because they weren’t generating enough money, and Gifford revealed that the foxes were saved as a result.
The 174 foxes were carried onto vehicles and driven to Mudanjiang, China’s Buddhist Jilin Nursing Garden.
They were released after they reached the garden.