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Appalling cruelty to Rex

** Email received **

Dear all,

First of all I would like to thank you so much for caring about REX! He is a very special case and needs special attention from people like us who want to give him a chance for a happy life!

I agree that in the UK or anywhere in Europe he would have a much higher standard of life, with lots of green around and most important, experienced dog lovers. Here in China, German Shepherds end up being factory dogs, they can’t even be registered in downtown Shanghai. Owners have to hide their dogs and can’t offer them the lives they deserve.

Rex has been lucky! WADS (Wang Ayi’s Dog Shelter) rescued him from the dog pound, treated his horrible injuries and is providing him food and shelter now. But he is a broken sole and needs people who give him back the trust that he probably lost long time ago!
I have never seen such a scared and sad dog.

The good news is, he is getting better, and a very kind Australian woman agreed to foster him for a couple of months. We will be moving him to her home this Saturday. We will need to see how it works out. The conditions at her home are perfect. She has a separate room where we will put a crate for him, so he will be able to hide and take his time as long as he needs. Besides, she has a garden, which helps a lot to take him out. We don’t believe he is ready yet to go for walks, he is just very scared of people and would be just overwhelmed by people, cars and dogs. We need to be careful with him to not to stress him out.

Just to let you know that GSDR (German Shepherd Rescue) based in the UK have set up a page and fund so that we can relocate him to the UK and to the rescue center. So far the amount of £494 has been raised. The target is £2000. Please see the link below for updates.

Thanking all those that are helping and supporting Rex’s cause. He deserves a better life that is for sure!

Again, thank you so much everybody! With your support we will be able to get Rex back to life, a beautiful future is waiting for him!

Please get in touch with me or directly go through the website stated above to donate/contribute to his cause.

Kind regards,

Founder – Jaiya’s Animal Rescue Shanghai
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4 kittens needing homes….

** Email received **

To whom it may concern,

I rescued 4 kittens back in August and they are needing homes. They do not have fleas, no worms, but they have not been vaccinated. I have two boys and two girls and they are all getting desexed as of January.

They love to cuddle and are used to other animals. I’m flying back to Canada as of February which is why I’m in depserate need of finding them homes.
I have attached pictures of them below.

Thank you for reading,


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Puppy looking for a home….

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Last week some students of mine brought me a small puppy they found, she was shaking and dirty and skinny, clearly abandoned. I didn’t have the heart to tell them to put her back, so I’ve taken her in, however I’m not allowed to keep pets in my dorm room so I need to find her a new home. I’ve taken her to the vet to get all vaccinations, deflead and dewormed. She is healthy and doing well. The vet reckons she is between 3-6 months old, I’ve been training her and she already knows a few basic commands, clever dog! I hope you can help me find her a new home quickly, because if I get caught with her they will force me to put her back on the streets!
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Cats for adoption!

Gaia and Maya are 8 months old females (sisters). I got them when they were four weeks old and they are the most loving cats I can imagine having.

They are vaccinated, neutered, dewormed and deflead. They are also litter-box and scratch-pad trained.
I am also giving away their favorite accessories: two litter boxes, cat tree, scratch tower, cat tunnel, cat carry bag, and an assortment of cat toys.
They have grown up together and are really fond of each other, so I am hoping to find a family which can adopt both of them.

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Looking for a permanent home…

This is our little rescue pup Martin. I found him while walking home from work one evening on the busy street near Liujiazui.. He was being teased by some men on the street and as I got a little closer, I realised his left leg was dangling from his body. I felt so sorry for him but as I already have a rescue dog, I tried to leave him behind, but he wasn’t leaving me behind! He followed me all the way to an intersection where he walked blindly into traffic. This is probably how he broke his leg in the first place. He couldn’t be left on the street after that as I knew he was not a proper street dog and had no chance of survival. He is temporarily enjoying the comforts of our home, but our current dog does not appreciate Martin’s company as much as we do, or else we would really love to keep him ourselves. He is a very sweet dog and loves to be scratched on the neck. He is leash trained, housebroken, and responding really well to the training we are doing with him. He would do really well in a home where he is the only dog with a family who will give him firm guidance on house rules  and spoil him with lots of toys. He loves squeaky toys! Thank You :)

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Puppy available!

Dear Jaiya Friends,

I am contacting you as my kids found an approx. two months’ old puppy. Unfortunately, it turns out he has CDV. I am having him treated at Beck & Stone. If he survives, I will have to find a foster home from next Monday with no other dogs as he will be contagious for another few months. We have another rescue dog we adopted two years ago. Do you happen to know anyone who could foster little Max or have a tip what to do?

He’s an adorable little thing. Many thanks for any advice!



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JAR attending German School Christmas Bazaar 2014

JAR will participate at the Christmas Bazaar of the German School Puxi on November 29th. It’s the 5th time we will be at this event – how time flies! Come and join us at our table.

We are going to sell adorable Christmas decorations, super cute cookie tins, our famous fairy lights, cat and dog toys, home-made cookies, second-hand books and a lot more.
All proceeds will go to our animals.

We will also provide information about who we are and what we do, how to foster or adopt an animal from us and how you can help us.

Event: Christmas Bazaar German School Puxi / Weihnachtsbasar 2014
Date: Saturday, November 2014
Time: 3 pm – 8 pm
Address: German School Puxi Campus, 350 Gaoguang Road in Qingpu

We are looking forward to seeing you at this event

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