Three women living in Harbin, North-East China, working full-time as teachers started rescuing animals together in the summer of 2016 in their free time, after seeing the vast amount of animals needing help in Harbin, and China as a whole. When they began rescuing animals in July of 2016, they took in only a handful of dogs; since then, over 2,000 animals have come through their rescue. Their goal is to help even more animals find safety, receive treatment and get their well deserved and overdue happily ever afters.
The Harbin SHS Safehouse is located in Harbin, China. As there are no legislative protections in place for animals in that country, they dedicate their efforts to rescuing animals from the Meat Trade (along with local abuse, neglect and abandonment cases). With the help of their amazing flight volunteers and Partner Rescues, Harbin SHS survivors are able to leave China and find loving forever homes all over the world.