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Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN)Jl. Kemang Timur 17A
Kemang, Jakarta Selatan
Open Daily, Office Hours: 9:30-6:00

Domestic Rescue/Reports + Bookings/Donations etc -
Wildlife Rescue/Reports -
Adoption/Fostering + Vet Care -

Don’t forget to follow us so you are able to see what we do on a daily basis. From what puppies need homes, to what goes on at the JAAN Headquarters and behind the scenes action on our rescues!

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About Jakarta Animal Aid Network (JAAN)

Jakarta Animal Aid Network is a non - profit organization dedicated to improving the welfare of all the beautiful animals in Indonesia.

animal rescue in jakarta indonesiaSince being founded in 2008 JAAN has run many successful programs, Such as our Cat Sterilization Drives, Where when requested by schools/companies etc we go and catch usually 30+ cats to sterilize and then return home once they are all healthy. This tried to reduce the future population and many unwanted kittens in the most humane way possible. By reducing numbers we also reduce many cruelty cases towards kittens and mothers. We also have many active campaigns, Such as our ‘Free Bali Dolphins’ and ‘Dogs Are Not Food’ campaigns.

This is just the tip of the ice berg of all that is JAAN. Other things include re-homing hundreds of rescued dogs and cats, Our Brahimy Kite and Sea Eagle re habilitation program, Marine mammal rescue and coral conservation and Primate Welfare just to name a few.

We rely on many of our supporters to help us fight for animal rights. If you would like to know more about us and what we do or even to help out by signing petitions, adopting or even donating feel free to check out our website or send us an email!

Membership in JAAN

Membership is open to people of all nationalities. Current number of members: 45. Suggested membership donation: a minimum Rp 50,000 with additional discounts for donations of Rp 100,000+. Most activities are held in English.

With your JAAN Support Team Membership, you will receive:

  • Our newsletters
  • A 5-10% discount at the Animal Clinic Jakarta (ACJ), a full-service veterinary clinic located at
    Jl. Kemang Timur 17B, Kemang, 021 71 999 17.

Jakarta animal rescueActivities of JAAN

  • Rescue, Rehabilitate and re-home stray, abandoned, and abused pets
  • Run sterilization programs for stray cats and dogs
  • Brahminy Kite and White-bellied Sea Eagle rescue/rehabilitation programs
  • Jakarta Carriage Horse welfare, education, and veterinary Services
  • Work with the Indonesian Government and Forestry Departments to rescue wildlife from extinction/exploitation and halt illegal animal trade
  • Raise Awareness and Educate about Animal Protection and Welfare
  • Dog and cat adoptions and foster care opportunities for previously abandoned or abused pets.
  • Volunteer opportunities at the JAAN shelter and during other JAAN activities.

Annual Paw Day

Also don’t forget, Our upcoming event! Our annual Paw Day! Where hundreds of dogs gather in a park to have a blast, So even though you don’t have a dog please come and just have a great time :)

When: Sunday, August 23 at 7:00am - 12:00pm
Where: Taman Langsat, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta, Indonesia 12240

Contact Persons

1. General inquiries: Natalie Stewart -
2. Wildlife: Femke den Hass -
3. Domestic Animals: Karin Franken -

Last updated July 15, 2015

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