Because of the high volume of pets in our shelter, we are only accepting terminally ill, elderly, disabled, and blind pets that require additional care. Please do not surrender your healthy pets to us!
Every year we rescue and aid more than 15000 animals.
On a daily basis, we witness many numbers of animals/birds injured, diseased or abandoned. We strive for the maximum to rescue them, give them proper treatment, shelter, food and most importantly LOVE & CARE.
Rescue Injured Animals
Hopsital & Medical care
Spay & Neuter
Community building for animal lovers
Shelter and Food
Touching Animal Lives
Species under shelter now
Canine Distemper dogs treated
How we do
We work in the field to help the voiceless. We have rescued many animals whose life was left just for a few minutes, adopted and given love, food and shelter to the abandoned ones. Here's how we do it.
Our shelter and hospital together currently accommodate more than 1100 species which included, Dogs, Cats, Cows, Donkeys, Horses, Bunnies and Birds.
The one exceptional thing we do is to treat dogs affected by Canine Distemper disease, which most of them avoid doing because of its highly infectious nature.
We have 40 people working to manage the shelter, 4 doctors on duty to give medical aid, Ward boys and rescue team members.
Because of high volume of pets in our shelter we are only accepting terminally ill, elderly, disabled and blind pets that require additional care. Please do not surrender your healthy pets to us!
How we rescue animals?
We usually have our volunteers on the ground to look for animals that might need help. After spotting them, we initiate our rescue process by taking the animal with our trust vehicle and bringing them to the shelter.
At the shelter, if the rescued animal is injured or bleeding or diseased, proper treatment will be given to them in the shelter clinic, and we keep them in a room either alone (depending on their condition of health) or with other healthy dogs.
If a dog is abandoned, we bring them to the shelter. Do a normal check-up to know if it is diseased and then send them to the available dog rooms. Before sending them to the room, we make sure that they are not afraid, ease them and put them along with other friendly dogs in the rooms.
How do we give medical care?
We have set up an authorized veterinarian clinic in the shelter, with 4 doctors and 45 staff working at our shelter, hospital and premises to give proper medical treatment to the rescued animals. We have employed the doctors and other staff full time (both day and night shift) to give medical care and treatment at any time needed to our animal friends.
How and what do we feed them
We feed pedigree, milk, biscuits, and rice with milk. We also feed non-vegetarian food as needed by the animals. For herbivores, we have crops growing areas for their food.
How you can call us for rescue?
Reach us through the mobile number 099521 00999 or reach through firstname.lastname@example.org. We will initiate the rescue process.
The ultimate aim of this organization is to control the birth of stray puppies by properly spaying and neutering them. Protect animals from abuse and other sorts of suffering.
What visitors and Donors say
Anyone can visit us anytime to see our shelter
Haythahie Sakthipriya Balakrishnan
Seeing nearly 1000 dogs in the shelter well maintained, properly given food, medical care and specially love made me speechless. This visit opened many more perspectives about life. Now whenever and however possible I am helping this NGO. I am giving this testimonial so that other also can have the credibility, because I visited this place in person
Changing thousands of lives is a great thing and a tough thing as well. I am here to let the visitors know that this 100% serving animal serving organization.Compassion for animals is intimately associated with goodness of character, and it may be confidently asserted that he who is cruel to animals cannot be a good man.
Compassion for other creatures makes us humans
Your small act of kindness is a life changer for them. Let us together show the voiceless that they are not alone, we are there to love them and save them