Recently, pit bulls have become synonymous with dog fighting and animal attacks, and it's Rescue Ink's personal mission to help redeem these controversial dogs. They'll divide and conquer, branching out of New York to help pit bulls in need.
Rescue Ink investigates a bulldog breeder who allegedly sells sick puppies; a friend asks the guys to save young horses possibly sold for slaughter, and Joe's calling in favors for an unusual mission: finding a home for a group of homing pigeons.
A distraught woman claims her neighbor is trapping, torturing and killing animals. Rescue Ink joins the SPCA and police who have worked tirelessly, but proving serial animal cruelty requires unquestionable evidence that's nearly impossible to find.
Rescue Ink comes to the assistance of a U.S. war veteran and his pit bulls; the guys are called in on a wild hen (and rooster!) chase in Queens; and they confront a man accused of shooting stray cats with a pellet gun.
Rescue Ink is tipped off about an unusual case and must face a school of illegally-owned flesh-eating piranhas. Later, the team finds two dogs chained up and neglected. But can the Rottweiler pull through and learn to trust people again?
Rescue Ink jumps into action when they find a cat hoarder with nearly 200 cats who desperately need their help. Then Brownie, a paralyzed dachshund, finds hope when Rescue Ink hooks him up with therapy and a tricked-out wheelchair.
Watch excerpts from our interview with Lt. Col. Eric Olsen.
Clark is wracked with haunting visions when he meets an old woman, Cassandra Carpenter (JACKIE BURROUGHS), who can see the future. Lex schemes to use Cassandra's gift to glimpse his own destiny and learn more about Clark's secret.
Clark is wracked with haunting visions when he meets an old woman, Cassandra Carpenter, who can see the future. Lex schemes to use Cassandra's gift to glimpse his own destiny and learn more about Clark's secret. Meanwhile, a bitter old man, Harry Bollston, discovers a "fountain of youth" and reverts to a teenager. He then seeks revenge on the descendants of jurors who put him in jail decades ago.