AN ACT OF LOVE
GETTING OUR ACT TOGETHER
We are extremely proud of our first major project ‘The ARK’ it’s already up and running and provides a temporary or long term sanctuary to our rescued animals awaiting re-homing. We have dedicated full-time staff, first class facilities, a healthy raw food diet and the love and respect we believe all animals deserve.
AN EASY ACT TO FOLLOW
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REVERSE NEGATIVE IMPACTS
Taiwan is an incredibly beautiful island, its people are friendly, crime is low, and it’s a wonderful place to be. But, just like everywhere else, Taiwan has a dark side.
Hidden within the stunning landscape are the scourge of wild and stray animals throughout the country: hunters’ leg-hold traps and wire snares that indiscriminately injure, maim, and even kill whatever creature is unfortunate enough to unwittingly step on one.
Take a drive into the gorgeous countryside and you will almost certainly see dogs or other animals with a foot or leg missing after being slowly amputated by one of these cruel devices.
Our rescuers have helped hundreds of animals, including dogs, cats, civets, ferret badgers, and even a macaque monkey, all of whom fell victim to one of the thousands of barbaric hunting devices that plague the Taiwan countryside. Several lost two or even three limbs. Hunting season is every winter, and this is when we are at our busiest with trap or snare rescues. But animals continue to be maimed year round
Sadly it’s almost inevitable that sooner or later, a homeless and hungry dog will fall victim to a snare or trap, naturally once this happens and if we don’t get there, the animal can die a very slow and painful death. This can be avoided with the right resources and hard work.
- Release (for wild animals only)
- Re-home (for dogs and cats who would do better in a loving home environment)
- Sanctuary care (for dogs, cats, and other animals who would not benefit from being re-homed or released).