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Recent Blog Posts

Rescued dogs getting every chance

2011年11月22日, 03:30上午 |

The rescued market dogs now safe at the Qi Meng rescue centre are doing as well as can be expected. More or less our whole vet and senior bear team were there at the end of last week, including Monica, Jo, Sofie, Sally, Nic, Wendy, Alice, Howard, Rocky and Wen Yan, all working feverishly to complete the vaccinations and separating more dogs into areas, depending on their injuries and disease.


Only in Hong Kong

2011年11月20日, 00:04上午 |

It's always nice to be back in Hong Kong and especially over these past couple of weekends, showing just how unique and special my "other" home really is.


Please help EARS stop Sambo's suffering

2011年11月15日, 12:16下午 |

Such a sad story this weekend from Louise Rogerson, Founder of EARS (Elephant Asia Rescue and Survival Foundation). Louise worked for Animals Asia in our UK office several years ago and went on to found EARS in November 2010.


Orange marmalade pancakes anyone?

2011年11月06日, 10:28上午 |

Some of the notes in the weekly reports from China and Vietnam bear sanctuaries have me in stitches. This week in China they tried some new enrichment food in the form of yummy orange pancakes — and here was one of the results from House 2 as described by Bear Manager Sally:


Race against time for 800 dogs

2011年10月30日, 21:25下午 |

Just recently and just down the road from our bear sanctuary in Chengdu, rescue centre staff from Qi Meng Shelter and Home of Love intercepted a truckload of around 800 dogs bound for the live-animal markets of the south. Animals Asia staff then began visiting both shelters, which are doing incredible work releasing the dogs from the cages, separating them in terms of gender, injury and disease and working around the clock to save as many lives as possible.


Devoted dogs get their day

2011年10月25日, 00:57上午 |

What a lovely day it was - celebrating Dr Dog's 20th Anniversary and our four-legged heroes in the community who received their Devotion Awards.


20 years of Dr Dog

2011年10月15日, 04:35上午 |

This year at Animals Asia, we’re celebrating our 20th anniversary of Dr Dog. The programme is still serving the Hong Hong community through our caring doctors with wet noses.


Dr Dogs helping autistic children

2011年10月05日, 10:55上午 |

As if we didn't know already about the amazing power of therapy from our Dr Dogs in Hong Kong, it's now been proven in a study that these remarkable canine consultants are helping the social behaviour of children with autism.


Cats and dogs seen as friends, not food

2011年10月03日, 18:14下午 |

Following on from my last blog, we now have the results of a poll on dog and cat eating that we ran on our World Animal Day China-wide photo contest website (Tencent microblog). While we're guessing that most of the respondents are cat and dog lovers, it's heartening to see a shift in attitudes, particularly among those who had previously eaten dog and cat meat.


Celebrating World Animal Day

2011年09月27日, 03:47上午 |

Since 2006 we’ve proudly been celebrating World Animal Day in Hong Kong and mainland China — and each year sees a massive growth in the number of people who are passionately relaying the theme that dogs and cats are our friends, not food.