Over 800 Cats and Dogs Rescued In China

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Great news from CHINA. Over 800 Cats and Dogs rescued by group ‘Ping An a Fu’.

Ping An A Fu volunteers saved 170 dogs and over 600 cats. These lives were at the brink of horror and death. They were in transit to the tragic fate. The rescue was more than difficult and dangerous. So much ups and downs in this saving process and every little action required humongous courage. Though Ping An A Fu family already has almost 7000 children, we couldn’t not ignore these innocent lives who were struggling on their way to human’s selfishness.

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After a whole night insist , All the cats now have been handed over to volunteers. One of the NGO in Nanjing will take over all the cats to their Rescue Shelter .
Thanks for front-line volunteers . Thank you for your insistence ! Thank you for your efforts!
Also We thanks to our page supporters. your supporter give us a lot of encouragement.


It’s wonderful to hear that animal lovers in china are making progress rescuing dogs and cats from the Yulin dog meat festival. Please continue to share the stories and support the movement.

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10 thoughts on “Over 800 Cats and Dogs Rescued In China

  • justnicephotos

    (June 12, 2016 - 6:14 am)

    I look to the day that the horrors end and the animals & we can live in peace – far from fear and exploitation !

  • Gail Jones

    (June 12, 2016 - 7:55 am)

    We need to end ALL WARS ! on Animals and humans , let PEACE rule our planet!!!!!!

  • Who is NOT changing laws at the legislation level? China of course.
    The average person in China can hope to change animal laws BUT unless your legislators bring forth bills to make this happen’ it will never happen. Thank you to this group that challenged these criminals who steal these pets and then sell them. This is a time to protect animals- not harm them.

  • Virginia Leary

    (June 12, 2016 - 3:57 pm)

    Great news! The light at the end of a long dark tunnel. May this be a beginning of more humane treatment from China.

  • Joan De Beurges

    (June 13, 2016 - 12:12 pm)

    Dump a bomb on that useless country. Kill everything they see in their misguided belief to eat and destroy the entire animal and mamal population in their quest to stay young and healthy yet they keep dying

    • Julia D. Stewart

      (June 15, 2016 - 4:51 am)

      Joan De Beurges, really? What about the good Chinese people like these brave rescuers? Are you out of mind, or just plain arrogant! Shame on you. And BTW, unless you live on a La-la land, you would know that the slaughter “houses” of the so called “civilized” Western world are not much better than the Asian ones.

  • Nancy

    (June 13, 2016 - 7:17 pm)

    Reblogged this on "OUR WORLD".

  • Laura

    (June 13, 2016 - 8:34 pm)

    Reblogged this on Blame it on Love and commented:
    Just sharing some more ways to help in the fight against the dog/cat meat trade. But of course, don’t forget, you must be vegan to be standing on firm ground on this issue. Check out:

  • vincenzo nesci

    (June 14, 2016 - 9:06 am)

    Dirotti per gli animali in Asia e in Cina

  • Inma Vilaplana

    (June 21, 2016 - 1:03 pm)

    Paremos estos crueles asesinatos a miles de inocentes animales.Stop crueldad animal

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