Welcome to the Anti-Fur Society's first newsletter for the Chinese Animals Group!
 

CHINA ORDERS DOG CULLING

 

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DRINKING WATER IS A REAL PROBLEM

 

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WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP

Helping organizations in China directly is the best way to do it as they are in dire need of everything, and volunteers to come to help in the disaster areas. Added to the injury, they lack basic items we take for granted, including a Paypal account to receive donations. They have regular bank accounts which can be found on their websites, or listed below. To help these orgs receive donations on a timely fashion, The Anti-Fur Society is again offering to collect donations through its PayPal account and send the lump sum via Western Union, the most efficient way of sending money to China. If you wish to contact these organizations directly, you may do so thru their websites below or we can arrange for you to call them or write.


CHENGDU QIMING SMALL ANIMAL
RESCUE CENTER
http://www.lldog.org/index.asp
Donations to be arranged thru the
Anti-Fur Society




CHONGQING SMALL ANIMAL
PROTECTION ASSOCIATION 
http://www.cqsapa.com/module/article/
Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Chongqing
Account#: 6222 0231 0000 4511 353
Payable to:  Chen Mingcai
SWIFT CODE: Chongqing City Branch;  ICBKCNBJCQG



CHINA SMALL ANIMAL PROTECTION SOCIETY
www.csapa.org
Bank of China, Bejing Branch
Account#: 4080000-2014-018470-5 
Payable to: Lu Di
If you have a Paypal account, donate thru their international
liaison's account on the email
luguan_y@hotmail.com.

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THE ANIMALS AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE

China's earthquake aftermath has taken the lives of a staggering number of people, estimated to be over 65,000 and over 12 million animals have perished. Countless dogs and cats are homeless, injured, and starving to death. Drinking water is polluted and there is a critical need for water pumps to provide water to animals. Reportedly, there are some 30,000 pet dogs in one province alone. Many of them now homeless. Since the dog cull has been in effect, it is questionable if the government will allow rescue to happen. Nevertheless, rescuers and volunteers are doing all they can to save as many animals as possible or at least offer them some relief amidst so much suffering. There is a desperate need for food for companion animals, and livestock feed, not to mention vaccines and other medication.

Various international agencies are helping in the disaster areas, including Chinese animal organizations which are greatly underfunded.  When rescues are over, Chinese animal groups will have to continue helping the animals rescued as a result of this tragedy.

Our group has been working with several groups of animal caring people in Beijing and Shanghai.  They dedicate their spare time and whatever little money they have to save abandoned animals.  It is based on their recommendation that we are pleased to list here three Chinese animal organizations who are animal caring pioneers, and are also at the front helping earthquake victims.  It is in great part, thanks to them, that animals in their areas have experienced care and compassion.

Check them out on "WHAT YOU CAN DO TO HELP" box. 

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ANTI-FUR SOCIETY

 
NEW BEAUTIFUL WORLD

I am very pleased to report my meeting with Dan Z, whom I have been working with this past year, helping animal groups in China. Through Dan I have become acquainted with other animal rescuers in China, including the the Shanghai rescuer of 1400+ cats destined to restaurants in South of China.  I have found out how easy it is to help people who are accomplishing great work for animals, making it do with very little.  I met Dan at the H.S.I. conference in Orlando this past May 14-17 since she was awarded an internship by the Humane Society International. It was really great to meet her and also John Wu, a young veterinarian from Guangzhou where he is trying to build a shelter or some kind of animal protection agency. Most of us know that Guangzhou is the place where one of the most infamous live animal market exists, so we plan to maintain contact with this young man and offer him all the support we can.

Dan was presented with a trapping cage, the best there is, so I am told: Tomahawk cage for cats and raccoons. It is a collapsible cage with enough space to trap animals without stressing them. The group receiving this cage is "The New Beautiful World" a relatively new group in Beijing which has been responsible for trapping, spaying, neutering, and returning (TNR) at least 2500 cats. Imagine just how many unwanted litters have been prevented by the work of 10 people--most of them young man!

This belongs to someone in the group:
http://blog.sina.com.cn/s/blog_466a565b010008a8.html

I am also very pleased to say that Scarlett's cats have received a great boost since they became godfathered by our group. We sent her enough for a new computer and to spay/neuter/rehome over 60 cats. Additionally, several people from our group have "adopted" her cats on a monthly basis. She is doing a fabulous job in taking care of her neighborhood stray cats. Check her out!  

Thank you for reading our first newsletter for the Chinese animals!

Rosa Close
www.antifursociety.og

CLICK 4 SCARLETT'S CATS:

BEIJING CATS

 

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