This Man From Switzerland Quit His Job To Rescue Mutilated Animals In Africa
Today we have one of the most heart-touching tales of selflessness we have ever encountered. This man willingly gave up a well-paying job, a big luxurious house to call his own and a great life in beautiful Switzerland just so that he could move to Africa and look after animals.
The hero of our story is Dean Schneider. He isn’t a man in his 40s or 50s who decided he had saved enough to now work for the lives of animals. Dean is just 26-years-old but gave up on his career and with all the courage he has now
Everyone dreams of having a good job, decent income and having a place to call their home. But, do you know the one thing you need to achieve all that? The answer is just courage. Now the question arises, will you leave all that to help animals? Yes or no?
Today’s main man is 26-year-old Dean Schneider. He used to be a financial planner in Switzerland but gave that up and sold all his belongings jut to go to Africa and take care of animals. Hearing that you might think he was crazy to give up his job to home just to look after animals but you have to think of his passion.
The reason Dean chose Africa is because of the abundance of wildlife there that needs help. Africa is the one place poachers love to hunt in. They kill or capture then mutilate animals for their skin, claws, teeth, etc. He wanted to be able to stop or do something about this that is why he chose Africa.
4What do poachers do?
Poachers know the market for animal parts so they throw around meat that is poisoned. Animals eat this meat and fall sick or get paralyzed in less than 15 minutes after which they are subjected to intense torture. Poachers cut off the animal’s snout and or paws and then leave the rest of the carcass.
5What animals are hunted?
Practically every animal in Africa is hunted by poachers. Their parts are sold as memorabilia or used in lotions or medicines. This is why Dean wanted to create the sanctuary. Claws, teeth, tusks, snouts are sold on the black market while other parts of the animals are sold to countries that utilize them in making medicines that are illegal.