Fur Friend Rescue

From Shanghai, China to Seattle, Washington, we work hard to bring the saved dogs to their forever homes.

A Donation to the Humane Society

The 2022 Little Masters Club’s Fur Friend Rescue raised a total of $3,900 thanks to the efforts of the children and parents! On August 14th, 2022, several members of the project came to the Seattle Humane Society to donate $1000 of their earned funds to the shelter! At the same time, $3000 was also donated to the Shanghai Bao’en Temple to the rescued stray dog base, assisting the volunteers in buying medicine and food supplies for the dogs in the shelter. A big thank you to all the friends and family who supported the Fur Friend Rescue team this year, your efforts helped care for countless rescue dogs!

A New Adoption!

Due to the policy of CDC, FFR project team has not been able to help bring a dog over for adoption this year. Today, Miso, the first cat brought from China since then, arrived in Seattle after a 13-hour flight. Thanks to the care of the flight volunteers along the way, the lucky kitty Miso finally has a permanent home of her own. 

If anyone is interested in cat adoption contact us! We are also urgently looking for more flight volunteers flying from Shanghai back to Seattle

A Summertime Fundraiser!

FFR hosted a fundraiser at Crossroads park on July 17th, 2022. The kids’ sale was a great success and all the funds were donated to the Bao’en Temple to provide more supplies for the rescue dogs. 

A Visit to the Animal Shelter

On June 26th, several of Fur Friend Rescue’s members took a trip to visit many of the local rescue dogs at the Seattle Humane Society

A Summertime Fundraiser!

This summer, let the children stand together for charity sale, “break, give up, leave” let them become their own boss 👵 We also encourage children to make their own products, build their own brand, exercise your sales ability, love help to make the dog’s world full of love ❤️.

Following the success of our first charity sale last year and raising $4000, And all donated to the Shanghai Bao’en Temple. This year, the children of the project group decided to donate part of the funds to the local adoption agency.

Date: July 17th
Time: 3:00-7:00pm
Location: Crossroads Park

Holiday Cookie Sales!

In December 2021, members of Fur Friend Rescue met up! They baked and decorated various different types of sugar cookies, all Christmas themed! Later, the money made from the cookie sales were all donated towards the rescue dogs at the Bao’en Temple, hopefully providing a full stomach for the dogs.

A Meetup!

On October 16th, three of our previously adopted dogs; Nova, Charlie, Luna, and some other friends got to meet up at Medina park!

Thank you for your support!

A big shoutout to everyone who has supported our non-profit organization! Through some amazing local and online donations and fundraisers, we have raised a total of $4276.79! These will all be proceeds to help the dogs have a happy and full stomach. Once again, thank you for your help and support, you have helped make a big difference in many dogs’ lives.

A Successful Fundraiser

On Saturday, August 28, Fur Friend Rescue had successful a kids craft & yard sale, selling homemade crafts and more. After raising over $1,000, not only did the kids raise enough money for many hungry rescue dogs at the Bao’en Temple to have a full stomach, but the kids learned about how to market and sell their items, all while showing their love to the stray dogs at the rescue shelter.

Come check out our new charity fundraiser!

 Fur Friend Rescue has started their own charity fundraiser, selling T-shirts in hopes to donate all the proceeds to the Bao’en Temple, aiding many dogs with a full stomach. The children in the organization each personally designed their own T-shirt patterns; each T-shirt is $15. Please support the children’s’ charity fundraiser, and lend a helping hand to these stray dogs.

~If you would like to purchase a T-shirt:

   – Click HERE for the Chinese-written form.

   – Click HERE for the English-written form.

Latest stories

Master Zhixiang, a Buddhist Chinese monk who has saved more than 8,000 strays, and is working with FFR to provide rescued dogs, while FFR finds  suitable and loving homes in Washington State, USA.

Read the latest story about Master Zhixiang in Yahoo!Life HERE

Fur Friend Rescue