The Rescue Center will be closed to the public on Jan. 30th, 31st and Feb. 1st over Chinese New Year.
Singer (and long-time supporter) eVonne Hsu has donated her personal DVD collection to Animals Taiwan! Each DVD is priced at NT$40 and up with a total of 192 different DVDs! eVonne has also kindly offered her autographed photos to those who purchase NT$200 or more! To find out more, please visit the Events pageof this website.
Starting today, you can purchase Animals Taiwan dog stickers/emoticons on Cubie Messenger. All proceeds will be donated to Animals Taiwan to help us help more injured stray animals! For more information, please visit the Events pageof this website.
Animals Taiwan will need to relocate our rescue center to a new location by the end of 2014 because the Taipei Government is collecting back the land in which our current rescue center is located on for urban renewal. Therefore, we are urgently looking for a new land that is 300~500ping (or 1000~1700 square meters) in size, located in Taipei City or New Taipei City and is not in a residential area to relocate our animals and rescue center to. If you have any contacts for a land that we can relocate to, or you yourself have available land, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also looking for an office space on the first floor in the Taipei City or New Taipei City area. We would like to set up an adoption shop to meet and greet adopters and to help us find more homes for our dogs and cats. If you have any contacts for an office space or you yourself have an available space, please contact email@example.com. Thank you for your help!
Animals Taiwan has received formal approval from the Taipei City Animal Protection Bureau to conduct a Taipei City Wide Stray Cat TNR Program! In efforts to decrease the stray cat population in Taipei, to improve public sanitation, to decrease noises from cats in heat, and to decrease complaints about stray animal problems, Animals Taiwan (AT) will be conducting TNR on stray cats throughout Taipei City. To follow and read more about the cats we perform TNR on, the veterinary hospitals that are working with us and other important news and notices, please go to the Animals Taiwan Cat TNR Forum (in Chinese only)!
Happy Tails I still remember looking into Bee’s eyes and telling her: “Don’t be afraid, I will take you home, I will protect you.”
Rescue Story Pon Pon was one of five dogs rescued from a so called pet store where the owner said he didn't have enough money or time to feed...