Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan poses with dogs which were saved by him from the slaughterhouse at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
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Ez a kínai milliomos minden pénzét kutyák megmentésére költötte

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2015. 11. 24. 15:09

Minden vagyonát vágóhídra szánt kutyákra áldozta egy kínai milliomos, miután elveszett kutyáját keresve egy hétig járkált egy mészárszékre, ahol kutyákat is feldolgoztakjelentette a helyi sajtó. A 29 éves egykori vállalkozó jelenleg több mint kétszáz kutyát tart menhelyén, akik nagy többségét vágóhidakról mentették ki önkéntesek.

Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan strokes dogs which were saved by him from the slaughterhouse at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
Wang Yan mentett kutyáival (Fotó: Europress)

A Jilin-tartományban élő Wang Yan öt éve vágott bele a kutyamentésbe, miután saját szemével látott egy kutyákkal is foglalkozó vágóhidat, saját eltűnt kutyáját keresve. „Mindenhol kerestem, sikertelenül. Végül valaki beengedett a mészárszékre, hátha ott megtalálom.” – mondta el a helyi sajtónak az acéliparban meggazdagodott férfi.

Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan strokes a dog which was saved by him from the slaughterhouse at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
(Fotó: Europress)

Yan egy héten keresztül járt vissza a helyre, de kutyáját soha nem találta meg. Azonban az ott látottak annyira szíven ütötték, hogy eldöntötte: megmenti a húsukért levágásra szánt kutyákat. Azzal kezdte, hogy megvásárolta a mészárszéket, majd egy gyárépületben kutyamenhelyet alakított ki.

Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan waves to dogs which were saved by him from the slaughterhouse at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
(Fotó: Europress)

Az eltelt évek alatt Yan több ezer kutyát mentett meg a levágás elől, és segített abban, hogy szerető gazdikhoz kerüljenek. Közben olyan sok pénzt ölt a menhelybe, hogy minden vagyona ráment, és mostanra már tartozásokat halmozott fel. Most azt kéri, hogy aki tud, segítsen neki, illetve egészen pontosan annak a több mint kétszáz kutyának, akik a menhelyen várják, hogy sorsuk jobbra forduljon.

Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan poses with dogs which were saved by him from the slaughterhouse at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
(Fotó: Europress)

Yan ugyanakkor nem akar pénzadományokat. Elmondása szerint inkább építőanyagokra lenne szüksége, hogy a tél idejére megfelelő körülményeket tudjon biztosítani védenceinek.

Former Chinese millionaire man Wang Yan worships a dog statue at his animal rescue center in Changchun city, northeast China's Jilin province, 17 November 2015.

In order to save hundreds of dogs from the slaughterhouse, a former Changchun millionaire has gone broke founding an animal rescue center that helps to find local strays a loving home. 29-year-old Wang Yan, from Gelong town in Jilin province, once had a net worth of several million yuan. But he has since given it all away, in a journey that started one day in 2012 when his beloved pet pooch went missing. "I went looking everywhere, but all to no avail," he remembers. "Finally someone let me go into the slaughterhouse to try my luck there." According to Sina News, Wang hung around the slaughterhouse for a week, but was unable to find his lost dog. Instead, he found scenes of bloody slaughter that he was unable to shake from his mind. After that experience, Wang used his fortune to buy the slaughterhouse and establish an animal shelter inside an abandoned steel factory. Over time, he gradually built up the shelter, finding more and more homes for strays. "Right now, we only have 215 dogs," he said. "The most we've had at one time is 1,000, many of them have been adopted."
(Fotó: Europress)
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