A brave warrior , Caramel

Caramel finished her bladder surgery in July. This is her 6th surgery since the car accident.

Although Caramel tends to leak when she urines, there is no blood in her urine. Caramel is a super duper brave puppy that is very energetic even after her surgeries. She likes to play other doggy patients that come to see the vet.

Ever since Caramel was rescued, she has problems with her bladder and anus. If we weren’t informed about Caramel in the first place, we do not know what her life would be like…..she will probably be in heaven now. We thank all the supporters out there. If we didn’t have your support and generous donations, we wouldn’t be able to rescue and treat such adorable dogs like Caramel, nor could we be able to continue this rescue centre to care Caramel. Moreover, we would not be able to find a foster home like Ms. Lin to take care of Caramel and provide her a better loving environment.

This organization needs your continued support to provide a more caring and loving place for animals like Caramel.

If you would like to give your love to Caramel , you can try our sponsorship program.

If you would like to find out more information about our sponsorship program, please contact us at

02-2833-8820 or email to sponsor@animalstaiwan.org.

Once again, we thank you for you kind generosity

Arnold was adopted.

Arnold went to new home already. The man in the photo is Arnold's new friend.

Ivy ( the kitten ) already found a foster home.

Ivy ( the kitten ) already found a foster home.
She is looking for a new permanent home.
please contact us right now if you want adopt a nice kitten. 02-2833-8820 adoption@animalstaiwan.org

Wags went to new home today.

Wags went to new home today. ^ ^
Please see the photos : Wags and his new mommy.

Ginger getting comfortable in his new forever home

Ginger got a lovely home last month. She look so happy.

Furries' "Daddy" at Animals Taiwan rescue center.

Joey was interviewed by CNA news ( The Central News Agency )

Most people may find this kind of incessant barking annoying -- but not Joey Yang. To him, this is the sound of his furry charges talking to him.

The 35-year-old is a staff member at Animals Taiwan -- an animal rescue center in Taipei. Joey is a big animal lover who takes care of more than 70 stray dogs and a handful of cats. Although the job is a challenging one, for Joey it’s a dream come true.


Prof Ja's shelter dogs to AT

As promised we followed Dr Lin's instructions and waited for Dr Lin and his staff to treat the dogs at Prof Ja's shelter. Once the dogs had received treatment and were improving, Dr Lin allocated 6 dogs to us. These six dogs are now at our rescue centre. They are now receiving good nourishment and any medical treatment they may need. These dogs are well on their way to recovery and are looking for forever homes.
We are also looking for volunteers to help with these dogs. Because they have been kept at Prof Ja's shelter for so long they are not very sociable with people and need to be socialized and trained. If you have a couple of hours a week that you could spend with 1 or 2 of these dogs, taking them for walks, brushing them, and just generally giving them love, please contact our rescue centre 02-28338820 or inquires@animalstaiwan.org.


Mercy, Megan and Beyonce to Canada

As of 12 midnight last night 6th August 2010 Mercy, Megan and Beyonce were on board their plane and heading for Canada. We will edit this note when we have confirmation of them landing safely.

We would like to say a big thank you to all who made this possible

All the people at Love for Animals. Care for Life. Charity Animal Hospital for their medical care and help in finding a cheaper crate.

Tseng-An Animal Hospital for the treatment and quick recovery of their skin condition. (skin specialist 27383248, Tong Hua Street)

Jai Ching Animal Clinic for the health cert and chipping (great cat specialist 87879121 Bada Road)

Lorena Poitras for jumping straight away to donate $2000

Rainbow Lin who immediately donated $10,000 on hearing of the project

Marcus Chou who donated $1000 on hearing of the project

Niall Birtwell who kindly offered to be the passenger for the pups so they could safely get to Canada.

Kim Greene for introducing Niall to us as soon as she heard we needed a passenger.

And of course Janneane Madill who is opening her home to these three lovely little ladies and finding them homes. This whole project was Janneane's idea as she so wants to continue to help the strays in Taiwan.

Thank you everyone who has helped.

Run down of the cost of sending the 3 pups to Canada.

Medical costs (chips, vacc, etc) $2640
Crate $3007
Ticket $12544
Total cost $18191


Little ladies not sure what's happening.