Rescued in 2014
Animal lovers and animal rescuers, who witness unspeakable cruelty on a regular basis.
Asia has a growing number of animal lovers who hate the dog and cat meat trade and are fighting to try and stop it.
We have 4 rescue updates to share with you on this page
28 December 2014 - Over 1,000 STOLEN pet cats that were to be sold for their meat and fur in China rescued in major trafficking operation bust: Six 'ringleaders' arrested READ MORE
27th December 2014 - 300 dogs saved
China, An Hui province, Bengbu city.
Two trucks were stopped with around 300 hundred of dogs packed into cages that are used for poultry transfer.
As you can see from the pictures dogs are tightly packed into the cages, 48 already died from severe damages.
On top of all the disasters two cages were accidently dropped from the top of the truck when unloading.
Trucks with 300 dogs were confiscated due to no quarantine and certification.
According to local report drivers aka dog murderers/traffickers were escorted to police office,
At the moment animals are undergoing medical treatment at the scene. The rescue operation took 4 days.
25th September 2014 - 300 cats saved from the meat trade!!!
Although more dogs are consumed than cats, there are still millions of cats that are abused and put into horrible conditions before they are slaughtered for meat. But there are many cat and animal lovers in China who are trying to stop this practice. Please let all cat lovers know about our campaign. Together we will build a formidable force that will push for animal protection laws in China. Please stay in touch and sign up for our updates.
16th January 2014 - Activists in China just saved 2,800 cats from ending up on the dinner table
Animal activists in Wuhan China stopped a truck crammed with 2,800 caged cats headed to Nanning in Guangxi Province on January 14 and rescued the animals. The cats were presumably headed to market, where they would be sold to restaurants for their meat. While the residents of most of China do not eat cats and dogs, the practice persists in the southern province of Guangxi. Every story we have seen about cats being intercepted on their way to restaurant dinner tables in China reports Guangxi as the intended destination.Traffic police assisted the activists when they opened an investigation of the truck’s driver, who they say carried a fraudulent quarantine license for the cats.The protestors blocked off the truck all night on the 14th, then were joined by more activists, along with other local residents, on January 15. A stalemate between protesters and the lorry driver went on until 6pm before the rescue was effected.A spokesperson for the Animal Protection Association Center in Wuhan said that there was no way to take in all of the 2,800 cats at once, but they should be rescued and placement should be found for them. The cats may be held in quarantine. READ MORE