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Who We Support

Who We Support

Society for Abandoned Animals (SAA) was established on June 4, 1997 by a group of animal welfare ‘activist. The motto of SAA is "Love Animal, Respect Life, No Killing or Abandoning". 

SAA always strives to rehome all of our animalsand if we have to, we will take care of them until the end of theirlives. Literally “No Killing No Abandoning”! 

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Who We Support

Founded in 1998, Animals Asia promotes compassion and respect for all animals and works to bring about long-term change. Founder, Jill Robinson, is the world’s leading expert on bear bile farming. Her fight against the industry began in 1993 when she first heard about the horrific practice of extracting bear bile. Since then, together with their family of global supporters, Jill and the team have saved over 680 bears from a lifetime of suffering.

Animals Asia encourages steps towards vegetarianism and veganism. Kindly consider choosing our vegan product.

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Who We Support

Lifelong Animal Protection Charity Founded by Sheila McClelland, Lifelong Animal Protection has been a registered charity since 2003. However, it has been well over 20 years since Sheila rescued her first puppy from being sold as dog meat on Lamma Island. Since that fateful day, LAP has grown into an animal rescue and rehoming charity with two adoption centres - one for dogs in Tsuen Wan, and another cat centre in Sai Ying Pun, both 100% run by volunteers. 

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Who we support

Paws United Charity (PUC) mission is to continue to improve the lives of animals in our community by promoting responsible pet ownership, humane treatment of animals and choosing adoption instead of purchase.

PUC value collaboration – whether it is with our volunteers, fosters, sponsors, vet partners or core team -believing unity is needed to achieve great results. Together, we work to keep our companion animals safe and in permanent homes.

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Who We Support

The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA HK) stands as Hong Kong's oldest and largest independent animal welfare organization, dedicated to safeguarding the well-being of all animals, whether owned or unowned.

We provide comprehensive services that encompass every aspect of animal welfare, from round-the-clock rescue operations, animal birth control, preventative and vital medical treatments to rehabilitation and adoption. In the past year alone, our impactful animal welfare efforts have touched the lives of over 16,000 animals, excluding those that received essential medical care at our veterinary clinics.

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Who We Support

“House of Joy and Mercy" was established in 2015 by Miss Ivy Tse, as a memory for adopting a dog called “A-Qun" from a commercial breeder. Its small animal shelter home in Kam Tin mainly adopts the abandoned and stray cats and dogs suffering from illness, providing daily and medical care, neutralisation and arranging new owners for them.

It also provides short term sheltering for pets in need. “House of Joy and Mercy" has extended the variety of animals being rescued and taken care of, such as hamsters, rabbits, pet birds and goats to arrange suitable adopters for them. 

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Who we support

Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) was first set up as a Society in 2003 and gained full charity (non-profit) status in March 2005. It is run by founder, Sally Andersen, a handful of staff and hundreds of dedicated volunteers.

There are currently around 600 dogs and puppies under HKDR’s care, and since inception in 2003 HKDR has successfully homed more than 7000 lucky individuals.

Who We Support

Who We Support

Sai Kung Stray Friends Foundation (SKSFF) aims to give Hong Kong's stray, abandoned, sick and injured dogs the happy, healthy and safe lives they deserve. Our dog kennel is the home base and platform for our charitable work. Through rescue, providing medical care and prevention, rehabilitation and rehoming, helping Hong Kong's stray dogs find the safe, healthy and happy lives they deserve.

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