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On Monday, September 23rd, SHARK was in Indiana filming a literal dump where a number of sickly and injured animals are being kept.
Watch the video HERE
An overview of the property we filmed, followed by a close-up of a dog who appears to be severely malnourished
SHARK received a tip about this property, and though we have been grounded due to lack of funds, we knew we had to get to Indiana and do what we could for the sickly and seemingly starving animals on that property.
A local resident sent us the tip about this nightmarish place. He also sent us this picture of an injured horse. Once we saw what was going on, we knew we had to take action
We will have more on this issue soon and what you can do to help these animals. In the meantime, please understand that SHARK is in dire need of funds so we can continue to do the desperately needed work of exposing animal cruelty such as this.
When SHARK got the call for these animals, we answered. That’s what makes SHARK different, and it’s why we need your help. Please consider making a generous donation to SHARK today
September 24, 2019
SHARK has been the leader in using drones to expose animal cruelty. Our drones have captured everything from pigeon shoots to imprisoned beagles at breeding labs, to cockfighting properties and so much more. Our use of drones got the attention of AirVūz, a drone enthusiast website. We are very excited to announce that AirVūz has released a documentary about SHARK and our use of drones! Please watch and share this video.
Watch the video HERE
From the video: As a drone pilot, Steve Hindi may have had more aircrafts shot down than anyone in the world. He's the President of SHARK, (Showing Animals Respect and Kindness) and the primary Pilot in Command of their UAV fleet, dubbed "Angel Drones”. SHARK’s fleet of drones fly above gun-toting animal abusers in order to surveil and document cruelty - and it's a very dangerous job. This is the story of SHARK — pioneers in using UAV technology for animal protection. See their special ops in action with AirVūz's first ever feature-length documentary as Director/Producer Colin McDougall tags along on one of their drone missions to learn about the organization’s history and work in the war against animal cruelty.
Once again we must state that SHARK is desperately low on funds. While others spend their money on marketing, we are doing the hard work fighting for animals. Please share our updates and videos and let people know that if they want to support real work for animals that saves lives, that SHARK is the place for them!