6. Lifelong Animal Protection Charity (LAP)
LAP is on a mission to give in-need pets of Hong Kong a good home. As well as fostering and rehoming an average of 50 animals, including cats, kittens, dogs and puppies, each month, the group’s team of volunteers work hard to spread the word on humane education efforts.
7. Paws United
This non-profit is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and the humane treatment of animals. Run by volunteers, the group generates fundraising and sponsorship opportunities while providing a halfway house for homeless animals and running adoption days.
8. Lamma Animal Welfare Centre (LAWC)
LAWC is a volunteer-run charity that provides new homes for abandoned and abused dogs and cats within the Lamma community and beyond, as well as offering a platform for reconnecting any lost furry friends on the island with their family, and providing a platform for promoting low-cost neutering of stray animals.
9. Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR)
Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes unwanted and abandoned all kind of dogs from pedigrees to mixed breeds. They also run an education and training centre that helps enrich dog-human communication and understanding through a series of workshops and training classes.
10. Animal Friends
While it’s not an adoption service, Animal Friends is a fantastic cause for those looking to donate. The charity focuses on the root cause of the overpopulation of stray animals in Hong Kong by offering free desexing surgeries for ‘semi-stray’ cats and dogs that live in industrial areas and villages in Hong Kong, and are often kept as a means of pest control.
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