You wouldn’t want to meet these guys at night on a dark street. Heck, I’m not sure I’d be comfortable meeting them in broad daylight on a busy street.
But I’d be wrong.
These bikers and tattooed, muscle-guys are Rescue Ink, on the tough streets of New York:
Rescue Ink was formed to aid in battling animal abuse and neglect, and to assist existing animal welfare agencies and animal shelters.
Or as Cute Overload! 🙂 puts it:
Real Men Dig Teh Qte
They’re covered in tattoos and have scary biker names, but these bad boys were born to be mild. They’re the men of Rescue Ink, and as profiled in the New York Times, they speak out against animal abuse and find loving homes for abused animals all over the Big Apple. They’re not vigilantes, as they’re quick to point out, but they’ll get in an abuser’s face as much as the law allows — and they can be very persuasive.
That New York Times link: Heaven’s Angels.