found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and good with cats.
LuLu and Duki's owner bought Lu Lu first and then Duki at the pet shop. And then, unfortunately, he got tired of Golden/Yellow Labrador Retrievers, so he abandoned them and bought other breeds.
Both LuLu and Duki are almost two years old, very smart and listen quite well. Their owner kept them in a small cage with little shelter from heat and rain. When the rescuer saw them, they were under the scorching sun tied to a rope near their kennel and wanting and begging for love, attention and lots of pets. There was no water or food near by. They never barked or complained, but accepted their fate.
The owner finaly came back to them after complaints in the neighborhood about this type of cruelty and decided not to keep the two and a rescuer offered to look for homes for these two loving doggies before they were to go to the pound to be electrocuted.
The day when the rescuer was picking up the two doggies, the owner and his wife pushed the dogs into the rescuer’s car without any hesitation, even though their dogs were anxiously looking at their owners in the back seat window of the car and whimpering. Very sad picture to witness, the volunteer said.
Both LuLu and Duki are adorable, very sweet , kind gentle souls that just want a chance to feel love for the 1st time and be free from fear of being abandoned.
They are very devoted and clingy to their masters and are eager to please. They love children, adults and all other doggies and you will always will see them smiling after all they have gone through.
We would very much like to keep them together since they play together so well; or have them go to a home with other playmate doggies to interact with.
If you are interested in fostering or adopting LuLu and or Duki, please email Nita Anderson for an application at email@example.com. They are both being fostered in San Jose in separate homes with other doggies to play with.
Gepda rescues dogs from other countries a few times a year, as well as from our own shelters here. We do not believe in boundaries or borders, when it comes to animals.
According to the World Society for the Protection of Animals, Taiwan is among the worst places in
the world for animals. There are at least 2 million stray dogs in Taiwan,
many of them 2nd or 3rd generation strays. There are virtually no humane
societies, shelters, or even laws prohibiting cruelty towards animals.
Government-run dog pounds don't offer humane euthanization--instead, dogs
are electrocuted, drowned, burned, or left to starve to death. Certainly
very little if anything is done to curb the reproduction cycle. Strays and
cruelty towards dogs are such a fact of life there that most people turn a
blind eye. Horrible abuse cases such as that involving (WARNING -Graphic: )
often than we like to think and right in the public eye.
Needless to say, the chances of survival let alone a life of happiness for a
homeless dog in Taiwan is almost nil. Generally, dogs are not valued as companions and family members there as they are here. Small grassroots rescue teams in
Taiwan like The Animal Rescue Team, Animals Taiwan,
and Taipei Abandoned Animal
Rescue Foundation work tirelessly to do
what they can to give at least a small percentage of the millions of stray
dogs a chance at a better life. And in the majority of cases, the only
chance lies outside of Taiwan.