The PACK Sanctuary is home to hundreds of homeless dogs. They urgently need funds to keep these beautiful dogs safe. The fencing for their enclosures are old and constantly battered by wind, sea mist and storms. This has left the fence rusted and broken, with many holes already being patched up. This fencing URGENTLY needs to be replaced so that the dogs are not able to escape and can continue living safely at PACK.
With your donation, YOU can make this happen and SAVE the dogs from having to go back to a life of fear and misery. It is only a matter of time until a dog will be able to break through the current fence. If the dogs escape, they will be lost and alone in the rugged and harsh terrain surrounding the sanctuary. The area is often hit with severe storms and rain, and there are many poisonous snakes that can harm and kill these poor dogs. With winter approaching please donate now so that YOU can keep these stray dogs safe, warm, and loved.
我們將如何使用所籌款項? How will we use the money if the project is successfully funded?
The shelter covers 4,000 ping and currently hosts over 270 dogs. A secure fence is essential to provide a protected home for these abandoned dog and other dogs in need. It would help to create a place where they can be kept and rehabilitated until they find new owners or just to have a peaceful life. We would use the money to replace the fence meshing, fix locks to make sure the dogs have a safe environment and build visual barriers to reduce their stress levels. If, luckily, we exceed the funding goal, the money will go to pay for medicine, food and and others shelter expenses.
此專案背後的團隊是誰? Who are the people behind the project?
for Animal Care and
PACK stands for People for Animal Care and Kindness. It is an animal welfare organization based in northern Taiwan. Its dream is a world without animal suffering. Its goal is to eradicate animal suffering by rescuing unwanted animals from the streets and raise awareness about animal health and welfare. PACK’s shelter in Sanzhi, northern Taiwan, currently hosts over 270 dogs. To reach that goal, PACK has teamed up with students from National Taiwan University to run this crowdfunding campaign.