Zoe Tang Wing-yan, a board member of animal rights group Anima Macau, with one of the greyhounds at the now defunct Macau Canidrome. Photo: Dickson Lee

‘Orphaned’ greyhounds from closed-down Macau dog track find new homes in Hong Kong

  • Forty of the Macau Canidrome’s 650 greyhounds have been earmarked for adoption in Hong Kong, though only 25 have been claimed
  • The dogs were in poor condition when the track closed and have been nursed back to health by animal-lovers
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Zoe Tang Wing-yan, a board member of animal rights group Anima Macau, with one of the greyhounds at the now defunct Macau Canidrome. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Fiona Sun

Fiona Sun

Fiona Sun is a news reporter on the Hong Kong desk of the South China Morning Post. She writes on issues that matter to the city’s residents, including geographic communities, ethnic minorities or those brought together by common causes and interests.