LONDON — Two greyhounds destined for the dinner table in China until they were rescued by animal-rights campaigners are embracing new lives overseas, an activist said Friday.
Diablo and Hei Hei were among some 480 canines crammed onto truck in Beijing destined for China’s dog-meat trade, according to British-based greyhound rescuer Kerry Elliman.
Chinese campaigners stopped the truck in July and wouldn’t allow its driver to pass, …
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