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FUTURE TNR TRAINING IN CHINESE CITIES

TNR (Trap, Neuter, and Release) has been well-practiced in cities that have large stray cat populations like Beijing and Shanghai for years, but Yulin and Mudanjiang (dog-eating cities) are lagging far behind. Due to limited resources, we have not yet started the TNR training and projects in those two cities but it will be on our after-Covid project list. As of November 2020, it is estimated that there are around 3 million stray cats in Shanghai.

We are so proud to work with a top-notch and caring team in China.



For the love of dogs and cats, thank you for believing in us and supporting our efforts to change hearts and minds and fund projects like TNR.







Also we have often been asked why we post more dog-related stories on our FB page.

This is because, in China, more people eat dogs (south and northeast) than cats (only in the south). It's estimated that about 10 million dogs and 4 million cats are brutally killed in the black market meat trade annually. Most of them are stolen pets. Today, for a change, we would like to share with you a story involving cats: Sadly, a few days ago, one Beijing TNR volunteer, Ms. Wong, passed away unexpectedly. Right away, some young volunteers assumed the cat feeding responsibility in a local park (see photos). Duo Duo Project's Beijing team members, Xu Jie and Qi Qi led the way. They started refilling the food and water bowls in 14 feeding areas in the park.







P.S. To learn more about the city of Mudanjiang and the shelter you helped build, here is the link: https://www.duoduoproject.org/post/mdj-update-record-low-temperatures-reported

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Membro desconhecido
10 de jan.

be receiving our care and protection. I would like these - I don't even like calling them "people"- thrashed and thrashed again, plus humiliated, displayed in old fashioned "Stocks" etc. etc. because I do not believe, not for one minute that implementing any laws against Animal Cruelty would deter them ...

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Membro desconhecido
10 de jan.

My reply to Frances-Marie Hankin down below would not work - but all I wanted to say after reading her post was how immense cruelty like throwing the puppy off a balcony of a high building by teenagers, and the poor, dying, already paralysed police dog being dragged from it's home and beaten to death, sinks me to the depths of despair and continual tears, and I know I continually get condemned for saying this but me personally, I would have no sympathy or compassion whatsoever if I got hold of someone, anyone caught harming any defenceless animal, as I would inflict as much pain and suffering onto them as they themselves had inflicted to God's harmless animals who should…

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Membro desconhecido
10 de jan.

My reply to Frances-Marie Hankin down below would not work - but all I wanted to say after reading her post was how immense cruelty like throwing the puppy off a balcony of a high building by teenagers, and the poor, dying, already paralysed police dog being dragged from it's home and beaten to death, sinks me to the depths of despair and continual tears, and I know I continually get condemned for saying this but me personally, I would have no sympathy or compassion whatsoever if I got hold of someone, anyone caught harming any defenceless animal, as I would inflict as much pain and suffering onto them as they themselves had inflicted to God's harmless animals who should…

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Siuyin
Siuyin
09 de jan.

TNR is a brilliant initiative and I applaud these kids for doing the right thing following the passing away of one of the aunties who helped manage the feeding and caretaking of the many adorable park strays 🙏💖

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This situation has been concerning me and many other activists outside of China. We have seen many social media posts of immense cruelty, including a puppy thrown off a balcony of a high building by teenagers, and a dying, already paralysed police dog dragged from it's home and beaten to death. What can we do, internationally, to help? To help implement a law against animal cruelty, which was proposed recently, but abandoned again?

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