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They all live a healthy and happy lives because of your help.

Nothing makes us happier than seeing our former street cats and dogs settle into a loving forever family, and we’re so grateful to our incredible family of adopters for choosing to adopt an animal from overseas. Thanks to you, we’ve happily rehomed countless numbers of cats and dogs.

If you’re thinking of rescuing a cat or a dog at Help Street Cats and Dogs, our Success Stories are a great place to read about the stories behind some of our rescues.  Our adopters saved them from abuse, abandonment and neglect. When you’re ready to get started – browse our rescue cats and dogs currently looking for homes.

Toby - Innsbruck, Austria

Toby - Innsbruck, Austria

Toby was left blind due to a trauma to the head. He was super scared of anyone touching him. It took months to gain his confidence or let anyone touch him. He found his loving home in Innsbruck and is no longer scared of people.

Molly - New Orleans, USA

Molly - New Orleans, USA

Molly along with 10 other dogs was dumped by the local authorities in the mountains to die of starvation. We were alerted to this situation and picked up Molly and the others. She gave birth to puppies a day after she was brought to safety. She was too weak herself to care for her pups. All her pups died. We've nursed her back to good health and now living with her adoptive family being treated with love and all the care she needs.

Rufus - Sammamish, USA

Rufus - Sammamish, USA

Rufus had a miserable existence. He was suffering from severe mange, barely getting any food and got shot in the leg because people didn't want him around. We wanted to put an end to his suffering and took him under our wings and transformed that scabies covered dog to a handsome gentle boy. He now lives an amazing life, camping, going to the beach exploring new places and charms anyone who meets him. We are still told that he is the best dog anyone can ever wish for.

Leo - New York, USA

Leo - New York, USA

Leo was spotted during our feeding round. His face was covered in what looked like a massive infection that was left untreated for weeks, possibly months. He was taken to the nearest vet for treatment and he stayed at the clinic for weeks before he was better and you could start to see the side of his face. He has been so resilient and was determined to get better. He cuddled his way to New York and found an amazing family of his own.

Daisy - San Francisco, USA

Daisy - San Francisco, USA

Daisy and her three other siblings were dumped in the streets. A villager was just offering them to passersby. A volunteer came across them and took all of them and asked us for help. We have homed Daisy and her sister Kara in San Francisco, light brown homed by one of our rescue partners in the UK and one of the siblings died unfortunately.  Daisy was at foster care in San Francisco, but we had a foster fail, and the family decided to adopt her. She is having a life she couldn't have dreamt of.

Leurox - New York, USA

Leurox - New York, USA

We found Leurox in the street half of his face covered with what looked like severe infection. She was left in the street for so long untreated to the point that despite two skin grafting surgery, couldn't get his face fixed. A lady in New York saw him beyond what he looked like and adopted him. He is having the best life in the Big Apple with another cat sibling being totally spoiled. You can follow his adventures on Instagram @pushkinandleroux

Daisy - Manchester, UK

Daisy - Manchester, UK

We believe Daisy was in the hand of a breeder and  dumped in the mountains when she was no longer producing. She appeared in one of our volunteer's feeding area so scared, always hiding between the two stone slabs.  She had an epic journey coming to the UK to her adoptive daddies in Manchester because of the travel restrictions due to the pandemic. Despite all the setbacks, she's now safe, happy and her daddies absolutely adore her.

Babu - New York, USA

Babu - New York, USA

Babu was hit by a car left on the side of the road for days with her injuries. When we picked her up, she was in a right mess. It's a miracle that she survived, but lost both of her eyes.   A rescue group volunteer had to host her for one night and take her to the adoption center the following day. But they bonded with Babu and decided to adopt her. They were only supposed to do the airport pick up not to keep the cat!  Babu's humans absolutely love her to bits.

Casper - Toronto, Canada

Casper - Toronto, Canada

Casper was picked in the street during one of our spay and neuter projects. We've noticed one of his eyes was covered in blood. Couldn't save the eye. We've fully treated him and he found a home in Toronto.  He was such a sweet boy and one the rescue animals we have met. He is now living the best of Canadian life can offer.

Oscar - Seattle, USA

Oscar - Seattle, USA

Oscar was born blind in both eyes. He was trying to survive in the street, being attacked by older dogs. He had no chance of being adopted where he is from. He is one of the sweetest dogs you'll ever meet.  One of our rescue partner's helped us find a home. He now lives with two other seeing dogs running around in a large backyard safe from any harm. It's hard not to fall in love with Oscar.

Lola - Istanbul, Turkey

Lola - Istanbul, Turkey

Lola was at a shelter, left there with an eye infection and all very dirty as she was covered in asphalt in roadworks. She was supposed to be homed in Sweden, but hit problems at Swedesh customs threatened to put her to sleep. We had to save her furry arse again and bring her back to Istanbul. She is now adopted by an American couple and grown to be an adorable fluffy girl living a great life in Istanbul.

Benito - Innsbruck, Austria

Benito - Innsbruck, Austria

We found Benito as a very young pup on the side of the road on his own with no mum during our spay and neuter project. We brought him with us and he kept escaping under the rails running into the surgery area.  One of the vets felt so sorry for him and offered to find him home in Austria.  He had to wait 3 months before he was able to travel. He's been adopted out to a young gentleman where Benito gets to explore the beautiful scenery in Austria.

Jynx - Providence, USA

Jynx - Providence, USA

Jynx was a kitten when he came into our care. He had a broken leg and one his ear was drooping. We've got him treated, leg fixed but the ear is still floppy which is a part of his character and he's grown to be a handsome boy. He's been adopted by a lovely couple having the best time of his life. His daddies spoil him rotten opened their heart and home for this special boy.

Penny - New York, USA

Penny - New York, USA

Penny was at the brink of death when we got her. She must have had a string tied around her neck as a young pup and as she got bigger the string started to cut into her neck. It took months to heal, but she has transformed into an adorable sweet girl. With the help of one of our rescue partners, she has found a home of her own in New York, safe and loved dearly.

Fluffy - San Francisco, USA

Fluffy - San Francisco, USA

Our founder rescued Fluffy during one of the spay and neuter trips. One of his eyes was covered in infection. Initially he was homed in Istanbul, but a year later his adopters returned him back to us.  We took him back and sent him to San Francisco where he would never be  abandoned again.  He is now living a San Francisco life as the only pet in the house with his  humans.

Baxter - Innsbruck, Austria

Baxter - Innsbruck, Austria

We were asked to help Baxter who has been hit by a car and left untreated for weeks limping in the streets of Istanbul. We took him and treated his leg. He was a joy to have, friendly, always giving pawsome paws to people.  He is now enjoying a life he could never dreamt of and exploring the breathtaking beautiful mountains of Austria.

Milo - New York, USA

Milo - New York, USA

Milo is one our shelter rescues. He just had an operation to amputate his leg and left in one of the dirty cat rooms with no painkillers or antibiotics. He looked like he was in pain. We've transferred him to a private vet where he got treated. He was homed in Chicago initially, but we later discovered he was suited to being an only pet. He found his people in New York. He has an amazing personality and loves people, but not cats. You can follow his adventures on Instagram @milo.the.silo