False animal "rescue" videos
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There are plenty of animal rescues on Youtube. However, some of the videos can seem suspicious. While there are some good animal rescue videos, there are many fake videos that put animals in real danger. These were mostly started in 2019, and are being made to this very day
- The Rescue Journey Tv
- Happy Dog
- Bato TV
- KM Animal (Deleted)
- Animal SafeGuard
Why They're Rotten
- To start, they literally abuse and hurt animals, just so they could look like "heroes".
- They usually delete negative comments that call them out, or even go as far as disabling and holding all comments for review, which shows they can't handle criticism.
- They usually have terrible grammar.
- Some go even as far as killing the poor animals, which is not only illegal, but also borderline contradicts the message given in videos.
- Both Bato TV and The Rescue Journey TV have done this.
- They try to hide the fact that they hurt these animals.
- Some make follow-up videos, which are obviously fake and were filmed before they abused the animals.
- They're obviously only hurting them for money.
- Since some of the channels are still currently alive for a couple of months, but YouTube moderators hasn't terminated these channels yet, the video uploaded by Nick Crowley explaining these fake channels has reached over 1,000,000 views, but YouTube doesn't have the motivation to terminate these channels in general.