Animals Taiwan has made the news:
[quote]TAIPEI, Taiwan –– A nonprofit animal protection organization in Taipei called Saturday f
or an end to the abuse and torture of domestic animals in Taiwan by providing them with a safe and caring environment.
The founder of AnimalsTaiwan (AT), Sean McCormack said at a press conference that neutering, rather than killing, of animals is a more effective method of dealing with the stray pet problem in the country.
“My hope is to achieve the goal of caring for and protecting domestic animals by educating school children and the wider public on the issue, with the help of media,” he said.
He suggested that “by protecting animals and showing love for them, Taiwan can enhance its image in the international community.” Report of animals in distress may be directed to the organization’s hotline at 02-2833-8820, while more information about AnimalsTaiwan is available at its Web site at www.animalstaiwan.org.
Also Taipei Times
Local group seeks end to street animals’ suffering
‘STOPPING THE LEAK’: Education on neutering, animal care and compassion for animals can help put an end to the suffering street animals face, the group says
By Meggie Lu