At first,I'd like to thank all the friends who has signed on the webpage.
There are quite a number of stray cats in China (millions, may be). There are also a substantial portion of Chinese residents have not awared of the importance and necessarity of protecting stray cats (and dogs). That's the challenge we are facing. That's the reason we are calling for the signatures to support the legislation progress.
The good news is: Phoneix is getting better and better under the care of many volunteers and vet doctors in the past three weeks. He can "miao", eat, play, and do many things like a normal cat. The vets and volunteers are planing a skin-implantation in the next copule months to complete the treatment to the terrible burn-hurt he is suffering.
Another good news is: most of Chinese people are animal lovers too. Some of them have already acted to save those stray cats. Here is an example: a senior lady, Ding, who lives in Beijing, the captial of China, adpoted more than 300 stray cats in her home.
With respect, we call her Grandma Ding, the senior lady in middle in the above picture. She is retired and has only about $200 (USD) monthly income. She has spent most of her income on helping those stray cats. However, it is still not enough. After being reported by local newspapers, many animal lovers have donate to her. (around $5000 (USD) so far, which can cover the expenses of food, liter, and medical care for her stray cats for 8 months.)
I'd like to say: Grandma Ding is not the only one who helps and saves stray cats in China. However, it is still the most important thing to enact and enforce the animal welfare legislation in China, as soon as possible. Please support us by signing on the webpage, and also forwarding it to your friends.