This week we bring you the tale of a less fortunate ending. Monty was a cute and lively dog that led a hard and difficult life. Recently Hong Kong Dog Rescue saved him from his abuse. But even with all the love and care he received from them his days were short lived. Sally Andersen, of Hong Kong Dog Rescue, reminds of us that we may not be able to save every troubled animal, but we should find it in our hearts to try.http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=1146
Pickle had a short but hard and cruel life. He was caged and neglected by mean humans. Listen to Sally Anderson talks about his struggle. Will he find a home? Let's support Hong Kong Dog Rescue's amazing work: www.hongkongdogrescue.com
A mythical race between thirteen animals to decide who will become the twelve signs of the Japanese Zodiac is brought to life with this animated short as dragon, ox, monkey, rabbit and more battle it out to gain a place in eternity!
So-U.TV this time brings you the story of Fox. A new born puppy contained with Parvovirus inflection when Sally Anderson first found her. Fox has been taken care by HKDR for seven months. Today Fox find new home and begin her new life. This is a heart warming moment that all animal lover don't want to miss, see it all at http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=3425
Do you still remember Pickle? He was the hairless puppy abandoned on the street after spending the first 7 months of his life in a cage. We saw him been nursed by Sally Andersen. He has now found a permanent home with Angie Chen, the director of the movie "This Darling Lifeï¿½. Listen to Angie describe how she fell in love with Pickle at http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=4180
Do you remember Pickle? So-U.TV filmed him a couple of month ago after his rescue. He was in a dreadful state. Check for yourself: http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=563. Our team went back to see him and what a transformation. Watch this fantastic before and after transformation at http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?contestid=&id=1266
Jill Robinson, internationally renowned champion of Asia's Moon Bears tells a tragic tale of pain and abuse. These bears are kept caged for most of their life in inhumane conditions only for the farming of their bile. Through love and education Animals Asia is making a difference by saving these bears one by one and educating the world on the pointlessness and cruelty of this activity. Changes in the attitude of government and cultural will bring change over time. But it is the action of the individual that will be most immediate. http://www.so-u.tv/playVideo.php?id=617