November Newsletter~

November has been an exciting month, we have had several great adoptions and also helped many people get dogs they have rescued adopted. We also had a great trip to Pacific American School to help educate our next generation on the care of animals and the importance of adoption. Finally, we have had our new Board of Directors and Supervisors voted in and have appointed a new Executive Director, Mr Peter Poon. He has already started working hard to improve our organization and is searching all avenues to help us grow and develop. We can see a very exciting future ahead of us.

Cold months are ahead of us and we would like to ask if you have any old dog beds, kennels, dog crates, blankets or towels. As we have quite a few senior dogs and disabled dogs we need to keep them off the cold floors during the cold months ahead of us. Please contact 02-28338820 if you have any donations.

Lulu the puppy was rescued after a car accident. She was badly hurt. She was diagnosed with broken bones, a concussion and internal bleeding. At 3 months old we thought it was going to be difficult for this little girl to fight back. However, fight back is exactly what she did. After her treatment she has recovered fully and is now in her foster home. She is now 6 months old and ready and waiting for a forever home. She’s had to fight up to now and we hope that she never has to fight for her life again.

Leo was found with a serious leg injury. A lovely lady took him in and is fostering him. Animals Taiwan has helped helping to find this lovely little kitty a forever home.

Tien Dou was found wandering the streets of Yong Her. We were called in to help him. We caught him and quickly scanned for a chip. Luckily his owner was responsible and had had him chipped. He has since been re-united with his owner.
(Tien Dou)
Four little puppies were found abandoned by their mother. They were taken in by a kind supporter of AnimalsTaiwan. We worked together with their foster father and within 2 weeks all 4 puppies found loving homes.


Still continuing with the CNR we caught a male cat in one of our CNR areas. Near the end of completion of the CNR projects it does get a lot harder, the cats and dogs become aware of who we are and what we are doing. It makes it much more difficult for us to catch them. This is the problem we are having in one of our CNR areas of dogs, the 2 females we have been trying to catch for a very long time now are still alluding us.Adoptions This month has been very good for adoptions.

DaBau the little puppy who was rescued over a month ago has gone on a tryout. Things are working well and we hope he has found his forever home.

Both Rosy – now Daisy and Rosanne – now Rosie have happily settled into their foster homes. All looks well for them to eventually be adopted by their foster families.
Bilbo has also gone on a tryout. After being dumped by his previous owners we really hope this time Bilbo has found his forever home.
Bella has been adopted and is being thoroughly spoilt like she should.

Deustch who is now Brady was the German Sheperd who previous went on a try out that didn’t quite work out. However, it seems to have been for the best as he has now found a fantastic home on a stabling ranch. His new owners love him to bits and keep us updated with all his goings on. He has found the perfect home.

MeinMein a little kitten rescued has also gone on a tryout. We have our fingers crossed for her.

Unfortunately Fluffy the small Maltese was returned after a short trial period. Her new owners felt they couldn’t give her the attention she needed. We will continue to find this lovely old lady a new home. She has melted the hearts of many already.

Little Dumbo a rescued kitten was returned by her new owner this month. Apparently the new owner had to move away at short notice and couldn’t take her new kitten. Dumbo is now at the centre looking for a more responsible forever home.

This month we have had some very successful events which include the visit to Pacific American school in Hsinchu. The children were very responsive and loved the visit from Diana and Birch. All photos are on our facebook page.

We also attended the WTC Pets show. This was a four day event which included many competitions, pet supply companies and other organizations. We had a very successful 4 days of sales, donations and adoption or fostering interest. We have to say a huge thank you to all the volunteers who worked so hard.

We are continuing with the flea market at Grandma Nitty’s once a month although the weather hasn’t always been on our side. This is a great chance to get bargains and help the animals.

Not only are we now on facebook, but we are also on twitter www.twitter.com/animalstaiwan
So now it’s even easier to keep upto date with what’s happening with AT.
(Twitter) : www.twitter.com/animalstaiwan

As always with all our rescues we never put a dog or cat to sleep unless the animal is suffering greatly with not much chance of recovery. We will always do our best to make sure every animal is given the best treatment and best opportunity to live a happy and loving life.

We are able to continue these rescues and adoptions thanks to your generosity.
If you would like to be kept up to date with stories and photos on our progress you can now check out our blog ;http://animalstaiwan.blogspot.com/

Please continue check out our webpage and pass it on to any friends or family members. There are always some wonderful dogs up for adoption, so if you have any friends or family interested in adopting, please show them our website. www.animalstaiwan.org

Remember Adopting saves lives! Please educate those around you to get their animal de-sexed and micro chipped to help decrease the stray population.