Bo Ai Animal Protection Centre Of Guangyuan
Mr Wang, from the bank in Guangyuan, made time out of his busy work schedule to visit our shelter and to meet the animals He also brought 100 pounds of rice, 7 pounds of pork and some treats.
The dogs are always happy to see visitors so they greeted Mr Wang with welcome barks and waggy tails.
Mr Wang says that the problem of stray dogs in China is a social problem. He hopes that all sectors of society can pay attention to and participate in responsible ownership with the sterilization of pets and the welfare aspect; not abandoning the pet when it is ill or simply grown up!
Mr Wang's intention is to spread the word about animal welfare and responsibility. Education is key to change. Thank you Mr Wang for your support!
See some of our education events here.
Yesterday we told you about Mr Wang from the bank in Guangyuan and how he came to our shelter with food for the animals and was spreading the message about responsible pet ownership and animal welfare and protection. He is definitely leading by example! He has now insisted on sending meat and steamed bread to our shelter to feed our furry children every day!
Mr Wang is also going to spend his spare time at the meat market to promote the idea that stray animals are a social problem and that ending the tragic fate of stray dogs is not something that any one person can accomplish. It needs the efforts of all of us. When more people help these stray dogs and listen to educators like Mr Wang, more stray dogs in Guangyuan could have a home.
His propaganda at the meat market inspired everyone and the owners of the stalls donated meat, bones and scraps to our shelter to feed the dogs and cats.
Thank you again Mr Wang and thanks to the stall owners for your donations of food for the animals!
Mr Wang, the manager from the bank in Guangyuan, is becoming a firm friend of Bo Ai shelter. Yesterday he, and a volunteer called Yao Yao, worked from day until night, giving baths, skin treatments and haircuts to our sick and disabled dogs.
The dogs loved having the 2 animal loving visitors give them soothing baths and were on their best behaviour for Mr Wang and Yao Yao.
Our founder, Du Yufeng, has not been well this past week. In the days during the week she has been going to a hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine having accupuncture and infusions of anti inflammatories and analgesics because of a herniated lumbar disc causing sciatic pain.
Mr Wang's and Yao Yao's help has come at just the right time. Thank you to you both for your hard work helping our dogs!
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