I always love our Fun Days in China – and this was no exception with our Cat and Dog Welfare team rolling out the red carpet for Professor Paws Fun Day in Shenzhen!
Sending strength and condolences to the Philippines.
Our fabulous Hong Kong Patron, Karen Mok recently celebrated an exhibition of her 20 years of talent and stardom in "The Age of MOKnificance".
Featuring Animals Asia as her chosen charity, the Opening Ceremony was held at The Landmark Atrium, where our Managing Director, Jim Smillie, Donor Relationship Manager, Cindy Ip, and I went along last Sunday to join in the celebrations with Karen, her husband Johannes, and her family – mum and dad Eleanor and Alan, and brother Trevor.
Passing the blog over to our Vietnam Vet and Bear Team Director, Annemarie, who has written a fabulous summary about a very special vet we recently welcomed on site in Tam Dao.
Our Professor Paws team have been busy sharing the love at a recent event in Lushan County, Ya'an.
While the dog meetings were going full pelt in South Korea, we were also involved in a press conference in Seoul following months of work and preparation by Toby and our End Bear Bile Farming team.
Last week was a busy time for us in Seoul. Irene Feng (Director Cat and Dog Welfare) and I were thrilled to be able to meet with many passionate leaders of South Korea's animal welfare movement at a conference organised by the fabulous Lola Webber, Founder of Change for Animals Foundation.
Great news for dogs in Asia!
With rabies being such concern in Asia, a ground breaking meeting in Hanoi saw the members of ACPA (Asian Canine Protection Alliance) meeting together with the government authorities of Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos, discussing the dog meat issue and potential rabies implications as a result of cross border trade.
We get all sorts on site in Chengdu, but never did I expect to hear the story that Adina Valentine, one of our wonderful veterinary nurses, would be incubating snakes in her bedroom!