PFA WARDHA

PFA WARDHA UNIT registered with with a website for international volunteers.

Newspaper cuttings of punjab.

Newspaper cuttings of punjab.

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION:

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION:

Participants are required to frame stories using a minimum of 5 pictures and a maximum of 20 pictures. Stories should revolve around relevant scenarios in the current urban setup pertaining to wildlife, flora/fauna, ecology, biodiversity, natural science and so on. 

RULES AND REGULATIONS:

1. Soft copy of the images to be mailed to outreach@peopleforanimalsbangalore.org by 26th of May, 4:00 pm.
EXIF and resolution details to be sent along.

2. Images to be printed and compulsorily used in a collage which has to be presented at PfA on 27th May. 

3. Images should be captures by the participant and should hold the copyrights to the images. All images should be captured in India and its wilderness.

4. Camera-trap, remote triggered images are not eligible for the contest. Images of animals in captivity, bird nests with or without eggs will not be encouraged. Unethical photography practices will lead to disqualification.

5. Basic level post production is allowed for colour, contrast and tone correction, provided the images are not exaggerated.

6. Judges will look for originality, technical quality, subject matter, aesthetics, and rarity, mood, action, collage and presentation skills.

COLLAGE MAKING AND PRESENTATION:

1. Collages have to be made and submitted at PfA on the 27th of May before 10:00 am failing which, participants will be disqualified.

2. Minimum of 5 and a maximum of 20 images clicked by the participant have to be used in the collage. No restrictions on the printed size Collages can be made on any material of your choice except thermacol and plastic.
Colours, paint, slogans, etc can be used on the collage.

3. Presentation to the judge has to be made on 27th May, explaining the story the participant has tried to convey in the same.  5 minutes will be provided for each participant to present.
 

PFA Sirohi More camels rescued from slaughter

PFA Sirohi More camels rescued from slaughter at PFA (People for Animals) Sirohi in Rajasthan. Help Animals India donors have just provided food for 60 tons of dry fodder (see photos) now but more help is needed for India's largest camel rescue project. This is a very rural area any help greatly appreciated!

Thanks for the efforts of banning dog fights in Punjab.

Thanks for the efforts of banning dog fights in Punjab. But unless there should be proper BAN on breeding it won't get successful. 

The PIL which was in high court against the illegal cattle truck

PIL NAME- Saurabh and Gaurav gupta vs Union of India

A GREAT NEWS FOR ALL ANIMAL LOVERS..

The PIL which was in high court against the illegal cattle truck in which cattles were overloaded and inhumanly loaded and were taken to slaughterhouses.
Today we won the PIL and court accepted all our demands and ordered delhi police strictly that no truck will enter delhi overloaded and without legal papers and veterinary doctors papers and if caught then police has to take proper action but first animals will be sent to a shelter for treatment and all the paper work will be done afterwards..
If police fails to do the same them it will be counted as contempt of High court Order. The judgement is given by cheif justice of Delhi high court.
We thank the Chief justice of Delhi for helping animals and this was the biggest PIL regarding animals and its our victory against butchers and smugglers.

MCD razes Shelter

MCD razes Shelter of  woman who took care of 100 Strays.

A world in which animals are held hostage

"A world in which animals are held hostage. No medical help, no refuge, no shelters, no police to stop their poaching. Can you help provide something for them ?"
 

SHOCKING! TV actress Shruti Ulfat arrested for posting live video of a cobra.

Jama Raja fame Shruti Ulfat landed her self in trouble by posting a live video of mishandling cobra, snake. Yes. The actress has been arrested by Thane forest department for posting a live video of cobra on Instagram. The time she posted the video, she was shooting for her TV Series Nagarjuna- Ek Yoddha based on the mythical Naaglok which is a part of Hindu puranas and epics like Mahabharata.
Sunish Kunju of PAWS immediately raised this issue to the forest department for forensic investigation. Apart form Shruti three other members from her production team, Nitin Solanki, Utkarsh Bali and Pearl Puri were arrested and booked under the violation of sections wildlife act 1972 -Sections 9, 39, 48a, 51.
The complainant revealed how the production team kept misleading the forest department just to hide the fact that they had shot with a real snake. He said, “If such acts are performed by television personalities it will only promote capturing snakes and making such videos. We also want the forest department to arrest the main culprit who provided the snake as it was not only extremely risky for people but also traumatising for the snake.”

Are you Unknowingly Making Your Dog Sick?

Your Home Can Be Dangerous To Your Pets

Approximately a million people are poisoned by pesticides annually. But it’s not just humans who are at risk — pets in India can also be harmed by pesticides, as well as many other household chemicals, in seconds. Pets are at an increased risk of getting poisoned because they’re closer to the ground, where carpets and other items that contain toxins can hurt them. Here are some common household chemicals to keep out of reach of your curious pets.


Store Cleaning Products In Rooms Your Pets Don't Enter

Cleaning products commonly contain ingredients such as bleach, chlorine, and ammonia that can cause a variety of health problems in your pets, such as anemia, cancer, and kidney issues. The scariest thing is that such products emit vapors that can still harm your pets even if they don’t consume the products. That’s why they’ve got to be out of reach and locked up somewhere your pet never goes, such as in a locked storage room.


Keep Garbage Off The Ground

Garbage in the streets in India can be a health risk to people and animals alike, spreading diseases such as malaria. Your garbage may smell foul to you, but to your dog it could be a tasty snack. Inside garbage bags, there are many potential hazards to your pets besides rotten food; this includes items such as toxic batteries, and broken glass. On waste collection days, make sure your garbage bins are closed and any garbage in plastics is kept in high places so that dogs and cats can’t get to them.

Car Chemicals Can Kill Your Dog

You might not think of your car’s antifreeze as being something that would attract your pets, but it smells sweet to dogs, thanks to its ethylene glycerol ingredient. There have been many news articles about antifreeze killing people’s dogs and cats, which is due to how it irreversibly damages their kidneys. According to research conducted in India, ethylene glycerol has also been linked to hyperglycemia in pets, which is extremely high blood glucose levels that can cause many health problems, such as tissue damage and liver enlargement

Don't Forget About Formaldehyde


Formaldehyde is a substance found in many household cleaning products and furniture in your home. It’s toxic and has been linked to cancer in animals. Research published in the Indian Journal of Community Medicine shows that in developing countries, health effects of indoor air pollution outweigh those of outdoor air pollution.
Protect your pets against formaldehyde by placing new furniture and carpets outside for a few hours to decrease their formaldehyde emissions. Choose materials such as solid wood, metal, wool, and stainless steel when furnishing your home, as these are less likely to contain formaldehyde. It's also a good idea to keep throws over furniture, such as chairs and couches, to prevent pets from sitting on them or even chewing them.

Scarily, formaldehyde can be found in shampoos for humans and pets, so avoid anything that contains the following ingredients: Quaternium-15, Sodium hydroxymethylglycinate, Diazolidinyl urea, DMDM hydantoin, and Imidazolidinyl.
You might not think to protect your pets from dangers when they’re at home, but there are many household chemicals and toxins that can harm, or even kill, them. Keep chemicals out of reach and design your home with pet safety in mind to keep them healthy and extend their lifespan.

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