Sep200924
Rescue Ink Unleashed on Nat Geo
11:49 AM
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Tomorrow, at 10PM ET, is the season premier of Rescue Ink on National Geographic, and if there's any tattoo crew worthy of a TV show it's these guys: hard, tattooed NY badasses with a mission to save animals from abuse. They're not cops, animal experts or even animal control. But they are effective in (firmly) encouraging misguided owners to give up their pets if it is in the best interest of the animals.

On their weekly one-hour Nat Geo show, the crew takes viewers on ride-alongs as they work 24/7 fielding over 100 calls a week at their headquarters on Long Island to confront alleged animal abusers, rescue fighting dogs, and investigate stolen animals.

And yes, their tattoos play a part in their effectiveness...in the intimidation factor. Check their tattoo collection here.

For a preview, here's a video overview of the show:




I'll be at the London Tattoo Convention tomorrow (and through the weekend), so I hit the DVR to watch it when I get back, but let me know what ya think in the comments section.
3 Comments

Only caught part of the show. As a "reality show" it could have been worse.



hi guy
i whatch ur show every weekend.i am ur biggerst fan. how is the dog u just got.i think it is really sad what they do to the animals.and i hate it
but thank you for steaking up for them because they cant speak.

keep helping the animals u rock my world

anne smith ur #1fan

UR MY HERO FOR STEAKING UP FOR THE ANIMALS!!
i love u guys



i love your guys show im watchin it right now , u guys are amazing , keep doin what u do .... im a animal lover myself and i hate how people do those things to there animals and all the other things they do to them.....





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