Our Dogs from China
We currently have 420 dogs and 36 cats in our Chinese partner sanctuary all of whom are potentially available for adoption. To set up single or monthly donations please click
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Here are some of our dogs and cats:
Karl: This adorable boy was picked up from the roadside stuffed tightly in a crate with two other tabbies. Until we can implement our spay and neuter program males have to be kept separately from females and space at the shelter is limited.Karl has no fear of other cats or dogs and would make an ideal family pet.
Kerry: This 3 year old Golden Retriever is one of three we have in our partner shelter.Her coat still needs some attention and we are working to build her up but she has come a long way since Yulin 2015. A place with a garden or near a park would really suit her.
Jasmine has to be one of the most beautiful cats we have ever seen. She is in perfect health, super friendly, and socialises well with dogs and other cats. Rescued just after Yulin last year she is just waiting for a forever home.
Dusty lives at the Hebei shelter which is home to many of the dogs from last year’s #808 rescue. Crouching in a wooden bathtub he was too timid to come out even though there were plenty of treats to go round. He was one of the lucky ones who survived the distemper crisis (last year we funded treatment of the entire shelter who caught this horrible disease). He has a skin condition that needs treatment and above all lots of love and reassurance. He would be an excellent pet for a small family,
Hannah is around 4 years old but due to her skin problems, which are really common in China, she looks older. She came from a holding yard near Guandong where many of this years Yulin dog meat trade survivors ended up. In the chaos of mass rescue volunteers end up renting small yards just to keep the animals safe. They then look for shelters who can take in a quota. Our activists brought her and 22 others to our new partner shelter near Beijing. What struck me about her was her piercing blue eyes. She has been fully vaccinated and with good nutrition she is making a slow recovery. She is timid but gets on well with other dogs.
Frances is a labrador with a blue tongue! She is around 2 years old and has a beautiful nature. When she was rescued she had horrific skin issues but has made a full recovery and is now in good health. She would live well with another dog as she is very social and enjoys company and some space to run around.
Kym: In Northern China there are many puppy farms where dogs are kept in horrific conditions. We currently have 11 German Shepherds who have been badly abused and then were sold to a slaughterhouse. Their recovery will take time as they have various medical conditions we have to attend to. Kym is one of their puppies who is bright and lively and would make an excellent pet.