After his beloved puppy disappeared three years ago, Chinese millionaire Wang Yan dedicated his life to dogs rescue.
Wang, 29, who previously ran a steel empire, set up an animal rescue center in the city of Changchun in northeast China’s Jinlin province, where he spent millions to save more than 2,000 stray dogs from the slaughterhouse, the People’s Daily online reported.
Wang made his money in China’s steel industry when it began to explode 14 years ago. Since then, he has spent almost all of his income at the center, feeding and providing medical care for the dogs.
Speaking to reporters, Wang said it all started when his own dog went missing :
“I searched everywhere but to no avail, finally someone let me go to the slaughterhouse to try my luck”.
According to Sina News, Wang stayed near the slaughterhouse for a week but was unable to find his lost dog.
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