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nnnnn nnnnn young zoning not your average pet owner for years just devoted her life to looking after vulnerable dogs lots of them in fact just now got around three thousand i don't hold , city of tinting even more remarkable they are not just straight they were all headed for the slaughter house i said that i you know i sold two houses i've mortgage my son's home and i'm heavily in debt but these talks can't just be led back into the wild , china has a poor record when it comes to animal rights activists say a lack of dachau , these are left to in , permanently killed thousands of stray dogs every year and in the southern city of ely had annual doggy eating festival held just a few weeks ago attracts thousands of people , alongside a team of local volunteers she stops at little to save truckloads of dogs been driven to their death , sometimes things can get out of hand like earlier this week when activists smash the windscreen of a lorry carrying hundreds of hapless hal nnnnn right now the volunteers are hoping the dogs from this truck and they're not letting drivers stow the phillies and the bureau of animal control are supporting the man driving the truck have to count launchers nurse hundreds of other dogs back to health difficult task especially when it comes to money but young's message to china and the rest of the world is simple you can't put a price on helping immense best friend