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We need to help her…….

Where she was found: Near the Shanghai American School Pudong
Who Found her: Barbara (librarian) in SAS
Who rescued her: Marney & her ayi
Name given: Brary
Gender: Female
Age: Approx 1 year old
Health: Major mange, in-grown nails, fractured paw….and trauma.

What was posted………….

Sometimes my heart breaks when I see such cruelty to animals. This sweet dog has been terribly abused. I saw her on the road with the horrendous chain around her neck. Hoping across as cars and busses whizzed by. She has been rescued by our good friend and her ayi. She is currently at the vet and and being treated. We managed to get the chain off her neck and the dog licked them!…no growling, no biting. She is a sweetie. We are calling her the library dog…and raising money for her vet bills…So anyone wanting to donate…please let us know.
How we treat our animals says so much about the state of our heart!

Please contact us if you are willing to help. We will be seeing her this weekend to provide more items such as blankets, food, toys and chew bones…….a lot of attention and TLC will go a long way!! :)


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Temporary home needed!

** Reposting:

hi, this might not the right place i ask but i am trying anyway…I need to move to Singapore in the middle of September and my cat is under procedure of relocation…but i found out he only is able to fly January next year. then I need to find someone to take care of him till he can fly. at this moment, I am Dr Jenny Yu of Jialiang for his relocation procedure. I very much appreciate if you could help me to find someone for me and him….
Hello Marvin!

Thank you for your quick response.
My wechat is kominainsh.
phone number is 13918623574.
Name Gingy.
Born in China.
Approx a year old.
Smart, mummy’s boy, had never met any other cats or dogs except for at kennel for shampoo..
thank you and warm regards,
namiko nakano

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Poor dog tied up to a tree…

** Email received:

There is a small dog tied up at the entrance to my neighborhood. She looks like a Chihuahua mix. Tonight will be the third night she has been tied up to the tree – three days and nights now tied to that tree. She has been getting food and water from the guards, but she belongs to no one. I can’t take her in; I leave in 3 days for the US. I have brought food to the guards, and today took some string to make the rope longer – she was barely able to lay down with the leash so short. AS soon as I extended her rope, she went pee and poop. I feel so bad for her, but I can’t take her in and leave immediately.

If you know of any options, or can rescue her, she is just inside the entrance to the Willowbrook neighborhood of Yuanshan Lu (just in from the corner of Yuanshan and Jinxiu East). I know you can’t respond to everything; there just isn’t capacity. But I feel like I have to try…

All the best,

** Update: She is now in the vet and has been treated (deflead/dewormed). She will also be vaccinated and spayed soon.

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Found Dog


I need your help to spread the photos of this dog which I found in Nanjing Road.

I saw her standing alone on the street in front of Hotel Radisson Blue, 88 Nanjing West Road, Huangpu. Then she followed me till I stopped by a small shop to buy her a food.i rescued her and now she is staying with me.

She is about two years old, recently had puppies and groomed (her hair style is like Lion), very friendly to human and like to eat dogfood. I am sure she must have her owner somewhere.

You can contact me at 13817402010 or Wechat ID: Christieholzer

Thank you for your help

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Can anyone help Pipi find a loving home?

** Description received:

Pipe is one of the saddest dog stories I’ve been involved with in a while, with such a happy ending.  In May, a neighbor and I rescued him from a horrifying snare trap (likely set illegally by workers to catch rabbits) — the wire was deeply embedded in three of his legs.  Some kids had heard him howling in agony when they were playing quite far away from any houses — the vet figures by how dehydrated he was that he was caught at least 3-4 days.  We didn’t even know if he was an adoptable dog when we cut him out with wire-cutters, since he was wild with pain and lunging at us, plus the vet actually thought she might need to amputate two of his legs …
Fast forward to months later — Pipi (short for ‘wanpi’ meaning full of beans and cutely-naughty!) is full recovered, and uses all four of his legs to jump up into your lap and lick as much of your face in one go as is possible!  He is a darling sweet boy, good with kids, warms up quickly to other dogs if they are friendly back and adores my cat (although he was terrified of her at first!)  He is fixed, up to date with his shots, leash trained, kennel trained and toilet trained … in fact, he has never had a single accident in the house!  We have a disabled baby at our house through Baobei and absolutely can’t keep him, as he still has lots of ‘puppy’ in him (he’s not a year old yet) — meaning he is rambunctious, wiggly, and energetic, and has inadvertently knocked the babe over as he tried to lick him enthusiastically.
Can you offer Pipi a forever home and complete this sad-to-happy story?  He may take a day or two to warm up and get over no longer being with us (he is crazy with love for our family) but I promise you he will be a loving, loyal pet for anyone willing to give him a chance!



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Help needed….

** Repost **

I received your contact info from a friend and I’m writing to you about Lezzy, the German Shepherd we just recently rescued. My wife spotted Lezzy in a small cage in the hot sun for multiple days. My wife inquired and discovered that she was very ill and not given basic food or water. Even at first glance she could that Lezzy was unhealthy and not being well taken care of. She’s a 7 month old pup with big eyes that can melt you. As soon as we were able to pursued the owner to give her to us, we got her to a vet to have her looked at. The vet’s diagnosis is that she was malnourished, dehydrated, has several infections, and some problems with her growth of her back due to being kept in small, confined spaces. We got her all the necessary medications and shampoo to get her back to health. During the vet appointment and her bath afterwards (a total of 4 hours), she never once whined, barked, or snapped. She’s a very happy and loving dog who has simply never had a loving and caring owner. As animal lovers, we knew we had to rescue her from the conditions that she was in. But we are also only able to be short-term foster parents as our living arrangement and long work hours don’t allow for us to give her the attention and love that she deserves on a consistent basis. In fact, today is the second day in a row that I took off of work in order to care for her. We’re willing to keep her a bit longer in order to help get her back to health, but we need to find a place for her that’s able to fully care for her long-term. As soon as she finishes her antibiotics we’ll be able to start her first round of vaccines. She’s also not currently neutered.

Would you let us know if you can help Lezzy or put us in contact with someone who can? She’s a beautiful little puppy and when she is restored to health, she’ll be fantastic for adults, kids, families and even other pets. Her mild manner makes her easy to get along with and she’s even gotten along perfectly with our 2 cats. As I’m writing this email, she’s quietly napping on her blanket.

Best regards,

Tim Kennedy

WeChat ID: timkennedy


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East West mama cat and her kittens…..

Saturday 9th May, 2015

I will be carrying out a TNR project at the East West Restaurant in Jinqiao Pudong to spay/neuter the residence cats that are ‘hanging’ around the restaurant. There are approx 15 – 20 cats that requires neutering and spaying.

Thanks to the help of Angel (restaurant manager), I successfully managed to rescue a mother cat and her 3 kittens.\ today.
They are all now safe and sound in the vet. Healthy and the kittens will receive their 1st vaccine shot in a week or two however they have had their deflea and deworming treatment.

Mother cat (Mao Mao) ~ approx 1.5 years old – deflead. dewormed and vaccinated. Will be spayed next week.
Black kitten (Xiao Hei) ~ female
White kitten (Xiao Bai) ~ male
Black & White kitten (Chaplin) ~ male

If anyone is willing to help by fostering or adopting, please get in touch with us!

Thank you for your support!


Founder – JAR

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