SAVE A PET
Global Canine and Feline Rescue Association is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit strictly no-kill tax-exempt organization in New York. Founded in 2018, It is a new member of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals.
We believe every life deserve a good life. We rescue cats and dogs suffered on the street and in endangered locations in both New York and China. The mission of our no-kill shelter is to provide stray cats with safe haven and veterinary care before placing them in forever loving homes. We rescue, rehabilitate, and place dogs and cats. All dogs and cats we rescue are neutered; vaccinated; microchipped; tested; treated with defleaing, deworming, and demiting medication as necessary; and more. We work with communities to provide a safer environment for stray cats. We are helping cats rehabilitate, Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) to reduce stray cat population, and fostering young cats and kittens to help them adjusted to be adoptable.
We have an adoption program for all the cats and dogs that can be rehabilitated. Most of the animals that come to our shelter go on to their fur-ever homes, leading happy and fulfilling lives as a family pet. Those who are too debilitated, old or ill to be placed in a loving home can remain in our shelter to live out their days, surrounded by caretakers and volunteers who put the animals’ well-being first.
We also help saving dogs from death roll and trade meat in China. Since China doesn't have animal protection law for cats and dogs, where animals have a much more challenging environment than the US. We are coordinating with Chinese rescue team to improve the basic living conditions such as shelter improvement and food cost for three dog shelters in YinChuan, China. We are flying dogs and cats to New York, pursuing adoption opportunities for cats and dogs rescued in China to fly to the US adopting families.
Dog of the week
This sweet little cuddle bug is Hana. She is 5 months. In January 2019, she was sitting in front of a traveller and staring the fried chicken he was eating at the train station in Wuhan, China. He threw a bone to her, and she quickly got the bone and ate it. Hana caught the attention from a dog rescuer, who passed by fortunately and placed a leash on her and ended her stray life. Young and a playful puppy as she is, full of energy and needs a loving home. Hana is looking forward to forever loving home in New York.
Cat of the week
Prince was trapped in Flushing,New York. He is less than one year old. He loves to greet people and stretch his arms to get your attention. He is an energetic and playful cat. He will be waiting for his forever loving home.