Zoe, the last rescue dog in the Miaoli shelter arrived safely at her new home in Vancouver, Canada on May,17th.
It’s been 5 months since we took her from the Miaoli shelter.
Around mid-December of last year, we saw the thread posted by the Miaoli shelter volunteer.
These rescue dogs were suspected to have symptoms of gastroenteritis.
To watch these babies just die without any medical help is too cruel to us.
Due to the lack of medical resource at the shelter, we took all of the dogs to the veterinary hospital to seek medical treatment.
In Taichung, we found 3 separate veterinary hospitals that are willing to take them in.
After being discharged, these babies went on to live in different foster homes for isolation.
started looking for their new family.
They are being adopted both domestically and abroad one after another except for Zoe.
She wasn’t adopted till 2 months later as a result of allergy to anesthesia, urethritis infection and flight cancellation/delay by coronavirus pandemic.
Zoe’s new family has just updated her well adapted new life with videos and pictures.
After going through this whole experience for the past 5 months, these rescue dogs with gastroenteritis at the Miaoli shelter can finally end on a high note.
For these rescue dogs to leave the shelter and be adopted successfully required a lot of participation and devotion from many of you out there,
especially the medical expense donation, foster homes, foreign/domestic volunteers, as well as Lang Lang Don’t Cry Halfway House&Café’s assistance.
Every one of the dogs from the Miaoli shelter are all in good hands and we truly appreciate all of your help along the way.
As Taiwan battled its worst outbreak since the pandemic began, Meet Love and our volunteers will continue to do our part to look after the rescue dogs.
For those of you who would like to take part in the process with stray dog and cat, please help look for Dog Flight Guardians (Vancouver, San Francisco, Toronto travelers).
Or you can simply share any adoption information as doing so could potentially change a stray animal’s life forever.
Please protect yourself and others by wearing a mask and maintain social distance in the public places.
Feel free to visit our Facebook and website to take a look at these babies’ pictures during these unprecedented times.
They wouldn’t be where they are today without all of your help!