September 30, 2016

List of Animal Shelters in Manila

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    Animals, like people, also have rights to a safe and normal life. Filipinos are known as animal-loving people, thus many are concerned with animal welfare. These volunteer-based non-government organizations help care for sick and injured animals, provide shelter for them and celebrate respect for animals. You can also donate or adopt a pet, join volunteer programs and animal welfare advocacy, animal-related seminars and events and report animal cruelty.

    1. Animal Kingdom Foundation (AKF)

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    AKF is a non-profit, no-kill dog shelter dedicated to saving once slaughter-bound dogs located in Quezon City.

    Address: Unit 2A #88, Maginhawa Street, Teachers’ Village, Diliman, Quezon City

    Website: animalkingdomfoundation.org

    Facebook: facebook.com/animalkingdomfoundationphilippines

    Contact: 02-435-5743

    Email: akfadvocates@gmail.com

    Shelter Hours: 11:00 am–5:00 pm (Thursday-Sunday)

     

    1. Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

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    PAWS is a volunteer-based non-government organization whose goal is to prevent animal cruelty through education, animal sheltering and advocacy.

    Address: Aurora Boulevard, Katipunan Valley, Loyola Heights, Quezon City (beside Superlines)

    Website: paws.org.ph

    Facebook: facebook.com/pawsphilippines

    Contact: 02-475-1688

    Email: philpaws@yahoo.com

    Office Hours: 10:00 am-5:00 pm (Monday to Saturday)

    Clinic: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)

     

    1. Compassion and Responsibility for Animals (CARA)

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    CARA was formed in the year 2000 by a dedicated group of animal lovers determined to help the plight of animals in the Philippines. It is a non-profit, non-government organization that receives no government funding and solely on private donations.

    Address: 2365 Singalong Street , Malate, Manila

    Website: caraphil.org

    Facebook: facebook.com/CARAPhil

    Contact: 02-353-3381

    Mobile: 0910-729-7026

    Email:  info@caraphil.org

    Clinic hours:  8:00 am-5:00 pm (Mondays to Fridays); 8:00 am-12:00 nn (Saturdays)

     

    1. Help Mandaluyong Animal Shelter

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    Help Mandaluyong Animal Shelter is a Facebook page created for animal donations and adoptions. Lost pets around Mandaluyong are also being posted here.

    Address: C3-Welfare Compound, Martines St., Brgy. Addition Hills, Mandaluyong City

    Facebook: facebook.com/Help.MAS.Dogs

    Email: helpmasdogs@gmail.com

                 
               
               
    Recent Comments

    I love my dog but sadly my dog is mad whenever he sees my father. And there is a lot of times when he bites my father (not that severe but still). And now my family decides to give my baby to dog impound but I disagree to it worrying that my dog will be euthanize :(((( My family gave my dog a lot of chance but his behavior is still the same :(((((

    Anonymous
    a month ago

    I hope as most of everyone suggests here. Our government have a shelter for a stray cats. Because its so hearbreaking seeing them in the streets without food to eat. As a animal lover. We adopted 14 cats. And taking care of them but lately since the covid came up and unfortunately lost some jobs. We are unstable to meet their needs and wants and hoping that someone out there will love them as much we do.
    Cheers to our golden hearts parents of animals!

    Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Hi my sister has 12 cats. she rescued it somewhere but recently she got very sick and we found out that she is allergic to pollens from cats, her face is swollen and you cant even see her eyes open. We need a shelter to accomodate those cats. As for me i have an asthma so i cant have them. We dont want the cats to stray. Pls i need help.

    Anonymous
    3 months ago

    me too

    Anonymous
    12 months ago

    Me too I experienced those strees in dogs but i can’t ignore them because im also a dog lover , i hope there might be a shelter also for stray animals they need also comfort and loving care from us as human.

    Anonymous
    12 months ago

    PAWS is indeed selective!! If you SINCERELY care for animals, why cant you go the extra mile to at least temporarily accommodate dogs while being put up for adoption, Besides the rescuer promises to shoulder expenses for food while under its custody, which will just be for a week or two.

    Anonymous
    one year ago

    True, I called PAWS several times for help, making an appeal for them to temporarily take stray dogs while I was looking for foster parents. I told PAWS that I would provide for their food while under their custody but they refused… MANY TIMES!!!

    Much as I wanted to bring them home, I could no longer get more dogs because we already have a lot of rescue dogs and cats at home.

    In one instance, a certain Sam even told me to bring one of the dogs to a dog’s hotel instead. What an impractical suggestion. I told him that if the dogs get caught and taken to the pound, they are usually euthanized in 3-4 days.
    Sam told me that is just normal. It was so disheartening to get such a reply from someone from PAWS!!!

    Anonymous
    one year ago

    So cliche. These organizations are just wallflowers. I don’t even understand why they exist-maybe to cut down the owner’s taxes? But they are useless. Both PAWS and CARA. I hope they close soon.

    2 years ago

    Lies. They never help. All my rescued dogs were butchered back in 2009. Then now, the street cats are being butchered one by one. They never help. They only help if you abandon your rescues until they become sickly and bony. They only help dying abandoned animals. So, if you want their help, have the courage to abandon the animal. After the animals suffer so much. That’s the only time they would help, if they “rescue” it on time. They never even give proper advice on options. Plus, they never try to educate the masses.

    2 years ago

    Our family currently has 3 dogs in our care. A labrador retriever, an aspin, and a shih tzu. These past few months have been a struggle for us because our aspin dog has been behaving agressively beyond our control. We keep her on a heavy chain leash because she tends to escape and run away from home. We’ve had serveral instances where she destroyed her leash and the nearby objects in our garage whenever she gets anxious (she normally gets anxiety attack when she feels it’s about to rain and when she hears thunder). The worst thing she’s done is having escaped from our house and biting our neighbor. We’ve been stressed by all her actions. Even though we try our best to keep her here, we’re all thinking that she might be beyond out control. Especially since she always finds a way to escape. This terrifies us because she might hurt herself and more people in our neighborhood. For this reason, we’ve decided that letting her go is the best option. I was hoping I could find an animal shelter that will accept her but it seems these orgs discourage owners to give up their pets. While I understand why they discourage it, I still hope there would be an animal shelter where I can sureender our dog. We do not want to give up on her but because of the circumstances, our neighbors no longer feel safe to walk outside and we also can’t be at ease thinking that she will escape or destroy something again. I hope atleat one shelter will take her in. If not, then we might be forced to abandon her even without the help of an animal welfare oganization.

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    2 years ago

    Ideal for those Earth Angel people who loves animals like dogs. Including me. Haha thumbs up guys. Thank you for helping earth living loving pets.

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    4 years ago

    This information is very valuable for pet owners and those who wish to have a pet.

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    4 years ago
    What do you think about this article?
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