PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
All of our rescue animals are micro-chipped, neutered and individual animal’s info is maintained in a digital archive in an effort to streamline and make our operations transparent to the general public. Animals’ physical health is looked after by professional veterinarians. We also give our rescue animals basic behavioral training and socialization in hopes of bettering their chance of going to a forever loving home where they belong. In the spirit of playing our responsible part in society, throughout the past decade, APA has launched various projects such as the Pet Food Bank Program, Volunteer Training Program, Neuter/Spay Your Pet Campaign, and the Keep Dogs Out of Shelters Program.
Through the Pet Food Bank Program we are able to utilize public donation to purchase and donate the much-needed pet food to privately run animal shelters to help ease the burden of food shortage problems they often face. Furthermore, we also launched the Neuter/Spay Your Pet Campaign with the aim of encouraging pet owners to spay/neuter their pets with the aim to reduce pet overpopulation problem in Taiwan. Last but not least, APA introduced the Keep Dogs Out of Shelters Project where we seek out loving foster families residing in the countryside to look after the dogs we adopt from public shelters on our behalf, so they can enjoy a life of freedom outside of shelter kennels.
-The Keep Dogs Out of Shelters Project
Pet Food Bank
APA is offering a solution, for only NT$20 a day, you can become the sponsor for one of our animals at the Bali Sanctuary.
You are welcome to come visit them at the Bali Sanctuary anytime as it is open all year round. (read)
APA launched the Keep Dogs Out of Shelters Project where we seek out loving foster families residing in the countryside to look after the dogs we adopt from public shelters on our behalf, so they can enjoy a life of freedom outside of shelter kennels.(read)
APA introduced the Pet Food Bank Project where we utilize public donation to purchase and donate the much-needed pet food to selected privately-run animal shelters.(read)
Training Program -TAIWAN
Daily News Website
February 2nd, 1988 marks the date when APA’s first animal shelter –the Shelter for Homeless Animals was founded,we will do everything we can to make sure donor’s every dollar donated to us is best utilized. Come visit us at Bali Sanctuary, we’re open all year round!(read)
The Volunteer Training Program was first launched in 2008. To date nearly 8,000 participants have undergone the training, whom upon completion of the training, have gone on to participate in various volunteer work to help improve animal welfare in Taiwan. It is our hope that we will be able to further the animal welfare movement in our society through education and training to the general mass.(read)
Taiwan’s Animal News was founded under APA, its mission is to offer the latest animal-related news happening in Taiwan to the general public to raise the status of animals and to support animal rights and animal welfare, in turn creating a society where man and animals can co-exist in peace and harmony.(read)