Meet Popcorn

  Popcorn is female and about 9 months old.     She is extremely friendly and outgoing, and would make a great family pet. She has been dewormed, vaccinated and will be spayed soon.     If interested to adopt, please email guerrerotanya@gmail.com.   


Meet Thelma

  Thelma is female and about 5 months old.     She is friendly and gets along well with other cats. She has been dewormed and will be vaccinated soon. If interested to adopt, please email guerrerotanya@gmail.com.  


Meet Taro

  Taro is a beautiful, 2-year old, average-sized Aspin (around 22 lbs) with white eyelashes who was found with a limp on his right hind leg, probably caused by being hit by a tricycle.     She lived along Sta Rosa, Tagaytay Road for many months before a… Read More


Meet Maple and Buttercup

  Meet Buttercup. She has beautiful soulful eyes and has a very sweet disposition.     Meet Maple, gentle and loving. She and Buttercup are always together and rely on one another.  We prefer that Buttercup and Maple are adopted together as they are a bonded pair. If… Read More


Meet Frieda

Frieda is a doberman mix who was abandoned in Bel Air, Makati City, probably by a resident who moved elsewhere. She is very friendly despite her sad history. She loves the cats that stay near her cage at the Belair Park. In fact, she allows the cats to sleep… Read More


Meet Bunny

  Bunny was rescued in Bel Air Village in Makati City wandering around and sheltering at the park area. Residents noticed she would be very friendly with children who were in the playground. She is a dachshund mix and gets very attached to her caregiver. Her rescuers noticed… Read More


Meet Eco

  Eco was rescue on the EDSA island across from Ecology Village. He is a friendly and sweet boy, approximately 1.5 years old. He has also been vaccinated and neutered. He is very handsome and would make a perfect family dog.   If you would like to adopt… Read More


Help Save the Laguna Pitbulls!!

The rescue and rehabilitation for the remaining Laguna Pit Bulls have just begun. The unified effort and the meager resources of the Animal Welfare Groups and Animal Welfare Advocates are not enough to nurture all of the dogs back to health, provide them with their daily sustenance, including the construction and maintenance of their new shelter. CARA desperately need the support of the International Welfare Organizations and the Animal-Loving Community to help ensure the success of this noble project.
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In January 2014 the CARA clinic spayed & neutered

168 cats and 5 dogs

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