Meet the Buddhist monk who saved 8,000 stray dogs


“Let me cut your hair, sweetie,” Zhi Xiang said affectionately to a long-haired, rain-tangled stray dog ​​he just collected from the Shanghai kennel. 51-year-old Chinese monk Zhi Xiang is an animal lover who made Buddhism serve man’s best friend.

Since 2019, he has managed to send some 300 dogs to foster homes abroad. Twice a week he goes to the kennel, where the police round up the stray dogs. The monk takes them all or a hundred more survivors at a time. It is his inspiring story.

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