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Baoshan – Building A Home – Project

 
Jaiya's Animal Rescue - Building a home

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 How our plea came about….     

On Saturday, February  20, 2010, I went to Baoshan with a friend who  in  turn introduced me  to Ayi  Wang. 

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Ayi Wang

  Ayi  Wang  is a caring and  kindhearted individual who  herself has personally  rescued abandoned and  abused  dogs (22 dogs / 12 cats in the shelter and  5 dogs / 4 cats in her home!).  For the past couple of years  she has housed them in  a building with limited space and  resources  (linen, food, medical care etc).
Everyday, she takes a bus, which take over an  hour to the vicinity to feed and  check up on the dogs. She  has 5 other Ayi  friends  helping  her,  however, with no funding, they  can  only do so much  in providing  the animals  medical care  & pet supplies.
Currently  each  pen (4 in total  – 3 pens  for the dogs and  1 pen for the cats, approx 7 x 4 feet in size) holds  6-7 dogs per pen. I have seen the dogs and  they are all adorable and wanting attention. I am  just glad  that these dogs are out of harms way, however, their living conditions need to be drastically improved. Apparently, all of the dogs have been vaccinated, dewormed, deflead and desexed. This is something that we would like to have a veterinarian come out and thoroughly check. Ayi Wang  is doing her best in caring for these animals and seeing the situation on Saturday has inspired me to help this person and  the animals.
The goal now  is to raise 10,000 RMB (this is the cost to build  them a proper kennel).      

Picture of current base

Picture of current baseInside one of the rooms

 This will  provide a bigger home & space for the dogs/cats. It will  also give us the opportunity to health check each dog/cat, have them professionally groomed and provide them with pet supplies, linen, food, chewing bones with extra funding received.  Once the donations have been received, the contractors will  take approx 1 month to build the units. The home  will  provide ample space and walking area for the dogs to be exercised in and an area for play. We will  have the dogs/cats screened (health) and ensure their temperament and character is deemed  suitable for adoption. Slowly but surely we will  push to have the animals adopted out to good homes and to loving families.
With your support, JAR  will  be able to continue its mission:   

To provide education and outreach in the community, medical services for needy animals, upgrade facilities for homeless animals,  and  strong adoption programs to ensure that  every companion animal  lives in a safe, secure, and loving home. 

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Puppy found…..

A week ago, this cute little dog was found outside the rescuer’s office complex (see attached pic). After washing her and taking her to the vet, the doctor states that she is approx 3 months old, healthy and is probably part German Shepard (or a dog of similar type). She is very sweet with a really good temperament and doesn’t bark. Wr want to give her to someone that will give her lots of love and treat her with the kindness that she deserves. As of right now, she is very small (can fit in your arms with room to spare) and is likely to be a medium sized dog when fully grown.

Found little puppy.....

Little Puppy found

Please help us find a good home for her. Feel free to pass this email along to anyone that may be interested.

Thank you,

JAR – Jaiya’s Animal Rescue
http://jargroup.doodlekit.com

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Thank you Youbao!

Thanking Youbao for their support in donating 10 bags of dog food to JAR and our rescue group!
We will distribute the dog food to Baoshan and other rescuers in our group!
 
dog food donation from TaoBao!

Youbao donation to JAR!

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Puxi Puppies !

As the Spring weather is here, more and more strays are seen and walking about in the city of Shanghai.

Not only that, it’s that time of the year where you would expect to find and hear little cries from kittens or puppies, whether they are hiding in the bushes, abandoned, or just in plain view to see. This was the case for us the night of 23rd March. We received a phone call from a fellow rescuer in Puxi and informed us that a local Chinese woman’s dog gave birth to 8 puppies and had a 3 month old puppy in her place.

The obvious thing we did was arrange to meet up. There were 4 of us in total. The woman told us that the mother dog gave birth to 10 puppies last year (sold them to people) and now 8 again this year. We had a a slight battle on our hands in trying to convince the woman and her husband to surrender the puppies and the 3 month old.

Eventually after long negotiations (so glad that our Chinese friends and rescuers were there to save the day!), they decided to give us the puppies. As you can see from the 1st set of pictures, the mother had her pups in a small tray, barely enough room to move around and was a risk for the pups getting crushed! We luckily found a pet store close by and bought a large enough crate for her to manouevre in.

The puppies are only a couple of days old. We are going to wait till the puppies have weaned, spay the mother and have the puppies vaccinated and hopefully adopted or fostered out to willing families!
We anticipate to have the puppies available for adoption/fostering week commencing 19th April, 2010.
The other puppy (3 months old Jack) is healthy and available for adoption. Please check his profile by clicking the link below: http://jargroup.doodlekit.com/album/image/2340661

If you are interested in either fostering, adopting or know of of somebody who would like to have a pet dog, please get in touch with us!!

Baoshan Project : Build a home for 22 dogs

 

 

Dear JAR Supporters,

On Saturday, February 20th, I went to Baoshan with a friend who in turn introduced me to Ayi Wang.

Ayi Wang is a caring and kind hearted individual who herself has personally rescued abandoned and abused dogs (22 dogs / 6 cats in the shelter and 5 dogs / 4 cats in her home!). For the past couple of years she has housed them in a building with limited space and resources (linen, food, medical care etc). Everyday, she takes a bus which take over an hour to the vicinity to feed and check up on the dogs. She has 5 other ayi friends helping her, however, with no funding, they can only do so much in providing the animals medical care & pet supplies. Currently each pen (4 in total – 3 pens for the dogs and 1 pen for the cats, approx 7 x 4 feet in size) holds 7 dogs per pen.

I have seen the dogs and they are all adorable and wanting attention. I am just glad that these dogs are out of harms way, however, their living conditions need to be drastically improved. Apparently, all of the dogs have been vaccinated, dewormed, deflead and desexed. This is something that we would like to have a veterinarian come out and thoroughly check. Ayi Wang is doing her best in caring for these animals and seeing the situation on Saturday has inspired me to help this person and the animals.

The goal now is to raise 10,000 RMB (this is the cost to build them a proper kennel). This will provide a bigger home & space for the dogs/cats. It will also give us the opportunity to health check each dog/cat, have them professionally groomed and provide them with pet supplies, linen, food, bones etc with extra funding received. Once the donations have been received, the contractors will take approx 2 months to build the units.

The home will provide ample space and walking area for the dogs to be exercised in and an area for play. We will have the dogs/cats screened (health) and ensure their temperament and character is deemed ready for adoption. Slowly but surely we will push to have the animals adopted out to good homes and to loving families. With your support, JAR will be able to continue its mission:

To provide education and outreach in the community, medical services for needy animals, upgrade facilities for homeless animals, and strong adoption programs to ensure that every companion animal lives in a safe, loving and secure home.

Thank you for considering this request for your support.

If you have any questions about this project, please do not hesitate to contact us via email or on 136 3662 4300.

We really appreciate any support that you could give us for this very worthwhile project.

Sincerely, JAR

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