Nanjing Animal Sanctuary

Giving Furry Hearts a Chance to Find a Loving Home

We are an animal sanctuary in Nanjing who rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes cats and dogs that have been abandoned, abused and neglected. We offer the necessary medical care and socialization for the animal to become a loving member of their future family.

Ways to Help

There are many ways to contribute to the Furry Hearts mission!

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About Us

You can make a difference in their lives by opening up your heart & home.

We are a non-profit rescue center for dogs and cats located on the outskirts of Nanjing city, China. We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome dogs and cats that have been abandoned, abused or are living on the streets. We wish to help as many animals as we can and have them feel loved and safe everyday. We provide them with the necessary vaccinations and microchip for their health and safety. We also participate in local education program to help the youth understand how to treat and cat and dog and what is the meaning of rescuing an animal.

Our Furry Hearts

Consider adopting a furry heart in your your home

Jazz

Jasmine

I'm about 8 months old. I'm a little shy at first, but I'm very affectionate and friendly.

Sophie

Sophie

I'm about 2 years old. I'm blind, but confident. I'm very friendly and affectionate. I'm always very happy.

Jet

Jet

I'm 3 months old. I'm a little shy but very friendly. I've got green eyes.

Remi

Remi

I'm 4 months old. I'm friendly and playful but little shy at first. I love hugging and cuddling.

Donnie

Donnie

I'm 3 months old. I've already started the vaccination. I'm energetic and super friendly.

Claude

Claude

I'm very sweet and affectionate.I prefer cuddles to running around.

Picassa

Shepherd

I'm very smart and I learn commands quickly. I'm playful and energetic. I love people and puppies.

Success Stories

Our furry hearts who've finally found a home

We love having Ewok! We heard Ewok screaming out of fear when two security guard of a university campus were beating him before throwing him in the trash bin. His loud cry called us to him and we were able to grab him. Thankfully he hadn’t any physical harm but it took over a year to get over the fear of men. Now he is a beautiful shepherd looking

Suzanne and Ewok

Papi has been such a wonderful addition to our family! Despite all he’s been through, he is the sweetest, lovable and most protective companion. My favorite part of the day is right before I go to sleep he always insist on first receiving cuddles, so cute!! I am so thankful for Suzanne and Orik for teaching me so much about how to care for pets who’ve been abandoned. They helped to make sure I was well prepared to create a loving and understanding home for Papi.

Taylor & Papi

Furry Hearts Blog

Upcoming events + latest news + important info

How to Care for Newborn Kittens

By providing the proper care and attention, you can give these tiny creatures the best start in life and help them grow into healthy, happy cats.

Helping Stray Cats Stay Warm in the Winter

Winter's cold temps can be dangerous for strays. Here are some tips for how you can help stray cats this cold winter season.

How to Prevent, Identify & Treat Heat Stroke

Preventing heat stroke in your dog is one of the most important things to do this summer to keep your loving pet in good health.

Navigating the Overseas Pet Adoption Process

Once you have fallen in love with one of our animals, you can reach out to us and we can help you with the process of bringing the pets to you