PFA Kolkata

PFA Kolkata Ashari

PFA Kolkata Ashari report of visitors from Tata Steel Processing & Distribution LTD who sponsored one day’s meal for all our inmates & some refreshments for our staffs too.

PFA Gurgaon

PFA Gurgaon

PFA Gurgaon report of WNS Global Services, a corporate in Gurugram conducted a CSR drive in the Sadhrana Shelter. They got around 100 of their employees to the shelter. The employees helped in cleaning and doing painting on the walls and gates all around the shelter.

PFA Chandigarh

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. 


 

Newspaper cuttings of punjab.

Newspaper cuttings of punjab.

PFA Cuttack

PFA Cuttack

PFA Cuttack report of news paper cutting. 

PFA Student Wing Bhubaneswar

PFA Student Wing Bhubaneswa

PFA Student Wing Bhubaneswar taking part in a Doordarshan discussion on animal welfare

PFA Chandusi

PFA TEAM CHANDAUSI (SAMBHAL)

PFA TEAM CHANDAUSI (SAMBHAL) ne Bethak ka Aayojan kiya. Bethak main kai Gramo ke Logo ko bulaya. Team ne Logo ko pashu             pakchiyon ke prati jagruk kiya or jyada se jyada logo ko PFA main jodne ka avahan kiya.

PFA Chandausi Sambhal

PFA Chandausi Sambhal report of 7.12.2018 Time 4.00pm Gram Gumthal main
PFA Member Banate. Bhole shanker, Sunny,
Surendara Saini…

PFA Chandusi

PFA Chandusi (sambhal) did  a membership drive on 4/11/2018.

PFA sambhal

PFA sambhal

PFA sambhal Chandausi rescue news paper cutting.

PFA Amravati

PFA Amravati

PFA Amravati news paper cutting.

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia UNIT  Members  Rescued  leopard n Handover to Forest  Dept.

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur Team report of  flood relief.

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur Team report of  flood relief2.

PFA Dinajpur

PFA Dinajpur

PFA Dinajpur have lodged an F I R  with Raiganj Police station   against Ashapurna Majumder for brutally killing a street dog.

PFA Chandrapur

PFA chandrapur adopted retired railway dog namely 'Rover Labrador Dog' from RPF ballarshah Dist.Chandrapur, on 12/01/2019 and another Retired railway Dog namely 'Rusty Labrador Dog' on 30/07/2017. Both adpoted dogs are under PFA's supervision and are in the good health condition.

PFA Chandrapur

PFA Chandrapur report of newspaper cutting.

PFA Chandrapur

PFA Chandrapur Report of Two PFA members namely Mr. Sachin Chaudhari and Mr. Nilesh Banode   of PFA Chandrapur have started a animal protection unit at Gondpipri City of Chandrapur dist. which is 70 km from Chandrapur and 105 km from our pirlee PFA unit.   This protection unit is run under the name of PFA Chandrapur.

PFA NOIDA

PFA Noida

PFA Noida report of Plantation Drive In Noida By PFA board member Mayank Tyagi and his team on July 15. 31 fruit trees planted. Pictures attached for your reference.  report of rescued some animals.

PFA Delhi

Your Home Can Be Dangerous To Your Pets

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.

Jama Raja fame Shruti Ulfat landed her self in trouble by posting

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.”

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

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

PIL NAME- Saurabh and Gaurav gupta vs Union of India

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.

PFA Delhi

 PFA Delhi caught overloaded trucks. Recently on dated 4.3.2018 we caught 2 trucks full of buffaloes and goats near defence colony police station (of which im also attaching
video) and were live from the location. We have given our complain to sho defence colony and have stated about the order of high court and standing order of phq but still the sho
defence colony denied to lodge the fir ,mam As u already know that some SHO’s are completely involved in this trade and taking bribe money from butchers and sold out, against which im going to high court
to file an contempt against sho defence colony and io of the case. But the good news is that no cattle or truck is released even judges are following the high court order.
Yesterday 21.3.2018 we caught 3 trucks at civil lines police station and made facebook live video of it and have shown and attached high
court order to them, on which sho civil lines ordered io to file fir and the fir was lodged under IPC 429 and pca act.
 

PFA J P Nagar

PFA J P

PFA J P Nagar news paper cutting.

PFA JP Nagar

PFA JP Nagar report of  raided with the help of police on animal market in Gajraula. we saved 106 cattle send them to gaushala and and caught 15 animal smugglers.

PFA Fatehabad

PFA Fatehabad

 PFA Fatehabad news paper cutting.

PFA Kotabagh

PFA Kotabagh

PFA Kotabagh News Paper cutting.

PFA Bhopal

PFA Bhopal

PFA Bhopal report of Camp organised in diifrent places.

PFA Bhopal

PFA Bhopal Report of newspaper cutting.

PFA Bhopal

PFA Bhopal organised an adoption camp on 26 Jan 2018. 7 puppies were adopted in the camp.

PFA Hyderabad

PFA Hyderabad

PFA Hyderabad report of gave the inaugural speech and also conducted a session on stopping Illegal Slaughter Across the City. Vice President Dr. Lakshmi Srinivasan was on the vet panel for the discussion ‘The role of veterinarians in animal welfare’. Mr. Dattatreya Joshi, cruelty response officer of PFA Hyderabad, along with eminent speakers from across the world, spoke on how we can reduce cruelty to animals at slaughterhouses across various stakeholders like the government bodies, supermarkets and us as the consumer.

PFA Hyderabad

PFA Hyderabad newspaper cutting.

PFA Hyderabad

PFA Hyderabad report of organised a workshop.

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur  conducted animal law classes animal law classes for police officers of thrissur district .

Attaching herewith pictures of class conducted in Irinjalakuda division for 20 officers that include  SI and CI of the division .

for 20 police officers of Thrissur district . Classes were conducted by 1.  Ms Arya Bharathan (Secretary ,PFA Thrissur) 2.  Mr M N Jayachandran (State Animal Welfare Board member ,SPCA secretary idukki ) 3. Dr .John Jacob 

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur Celebrities came forward to support for Animal Welfare activities done.

PFA Thrissur

PFA Thrissur's Plastic Awareness we participated in 58th Kerala State Youth Festival.

PFA Amroha

PFA Amroha

 PFA Amroha   got an information that some wild life poacher are trying to kill fishes by mixing poison in the water of Ganga in Hastinapur wildlife sanctuary range Dhanoura district Amroha. I went to the incident spot with police and forest team.  Three wild life poachers were arrested . The  case has filed against those under WPA 1972 section 9.39,50,51, IPC 429.

PFA Amroha

PFA J.P. Nagar (Amroha) got information that  a bull has fallen in well in the village Tigariya Bhoor. Me and PFA team went on the spot and saw that a bull has fallen in a 25ft deep well. I called immediatly to police , fire department and vetenery doc. with the coordination of all we got success to rescue the bull. and freed it after giving  treatment.

PFA Amroha

PFA Amroha report of rescued  Neelgaay.

PFA Fatehabad

PFA Fatehabad

PFA Fatehabad was approaching district administration since last year for conservation of Birds/Wildlife Habitat in the villages at Panchayat/Goucharan Land. PFA Fatehabad prepared a Power point presentation of all such villages having Good habitat along with Ponds etc. and suggested the option of "Community Reserve" so that these habitats can be managed and Panchayat/Goucharan Land can be protected from encroachment.

A meeting  was organised with Sarpaches of 40 Villages and 3 sarpanch got ready to offer tha land for "Community Reserve". These villages are having with some Schedule I species of Wildlife Such as Peacocks/Black Bucks/Black Partridge etc. 

We had a meeting with Sarpaches of 40 Villages and 3 sarpanch got ready to offer tha land for "Community Reserve". These villages are having with some Schedule I species of Wildlife Such as Peacocks/Black Bucks/Black Partridge etc. Soon we will be able to get such proposals from minimum 10 Villages.

PFA Indore

PFA Indore

PFA Indore  has taken action to nab  illegal turtle seller.

PFA Indore

PFA Indore report of Rotary club felicitated us and I am happy to share that people here are getting very much aware and compassionate towards animals.

PFA Indore

PFA Indore Event with Peta on world meat abolition days. 

PFA Indore

PFA Indore report of a Dog was shot by an unknown person in Scheme no 134 Indore, Madhya Pradesh. An FIR was registered after PFA, Indore took up the issue. 
Investigation is underway.

PFA, Indore

PFA, Indore in collaboration with the Forest Department rescued turtles (Spotted Black Terrapin) which are protected Under Wildlife Protection Act 1972 Schedule I Part IInd - 14 C

PFA Faridabad

PFA Faridabad

PFA Faridabad news paper cutting.

PFA Kanyakumari

PFA Kanyakumari

PFA Kanyakumari  Report of newspaper cutting.

PFA Kanyakumari

A Special Meeting was organized on 28.10.2017. 7 Old Members and 13 New  Members attended  in the Meeting INTACH Chairman Dr. Lalmohan and  Tamil Nadu dairy Development Corporation K.K. Chairman    Mr. S.A. Ashokan gave special address.  Dr. Indra Surendren   Dr. M.S. Bruce and Advocate Rajagopal offered felicitations.It was resolved to vaccinate the Street Dogs in Karungal Town Panchayat.

PFA Lucknow

PFA Lucknow

1.4th Sept: Calf with front leg fracture. Aliganj, near dandaiya bazaar. Caller Ravi informed for the case. First aid and help was guided by me. I tied up for the pick up with the help of Naveen ji and the calf was picked up after one day and treatment was done at the shelter.

2. 11th Sept.: Female dog with extreme wound on head and neck, v.late case. Qaiserbagh area. Caller Shubham reported the case. Coordinated with the help of volunteer Saumya Kapoor, who located and secured the dog. However she was taking her last breaths and expired before she could even be moved to the hospital. (Local people said Jeev Ashraya had come few days ago and taken a look at her and said that they can'y help her. We felt extremely vexed because had she got the treatment she deserved, she may have lived)

3. 12th Sept.: Male dog, extreme maggot wound and v.late case. Aliganj area. Caller/Volunteer Richa reported the case. Coordinated with the help of senior volunteer Ojaswi Govil ji. Wound was cleaned, maggots removed and given painkiller with antibiotics. Admitted to SPCA shelter for treatment. Unfortunately the dog expired the same night. 

4. 12th Sept.: Male pup, accident case, lower body paralyzed. Madiau area, sitapur road. Caller Saba, wanted to relocate the dog for further treatment and therapy which was not possible on spot. The dog was admitted into Jeev Ashraya Gomtinagar pet hospital, under my name. Treatment and prescription given, he was fostered by Ms. Kamna Pandey, and has till date shown remarkable improvement. Therapy and treatment is helping him stand slowly.

5. 13th Sept. Male Dog with extreme maggot wound on forehead and head. Caller Jyotsna Singh reported the case. I coordinated for the paravet who reached on spot and cleaned and dressed the wound, along with painkillers and antibiotic. The dog was admitted at SPCA shelter for further treatment, but he expired within the next 24 hours.

6. 15th Sept.: Dog with extreme maggot wound on neck and ear. Hazratganj area. Caller Sagar reported the case. I coordinated with MRSP Seva Samiti member Pradeep Patra for the rescue. The dog was given painkillers and admitted at Jeev Ashraya Gomtinagar pet hospital for further treatment. The dog showed good recovery for 10 days before suddenly passing away.Veterinarian suspected that infection had reached the brain, inspite of best of medication and care provided.

7. 15th Sept: Indian pony seen with a bad wound on front leg resulting from nylon rope being tied around its ankle joints. Sector K, Ashiana. Case seen and attended by me. Local dressing done with betadine and Dmag Spray. Follow up could not be done as the pony was not sighted again.

8. 16th Sept: Cow, hit and run accident case was reported from Alambagh area by local person. The cow was shifted to the side of the road with the help of locals. Injury was not too severe. Owner was traced, who took her away.

9. 21st Sept: Weak and ailing cow, had fallen in drain. Indira nagar area. Caller V.K Gupta reported the case, late at night. I coordinated with Dr. Rao for LMC vehicle. Workers pulled her out of the drain. She could not move due to swollen joints. Paravet was arranged who gave her treatment in the morning. Follow up treatment was done for fever, constipation, bloating and weakness in joints. However the cow went missing thereafter and could not be traced. Presumed to have moved away or taken by owner.

10. 20th Sept: Female Dog, accident case and CD suspected. Udayganj area. Caller Parth reported the case. The dog was picked up with the help of volunteer Indresh  and caller. Admitted at Jeev Ashraya Gomtinagar hospital under my name. Necessary treatment was given but she expired after a couple of days. Veteranarian suspected advanced stage of CD.

11. 22nd Sept: Young bull with tibia compound fracture. Tadhikhana area, Sitapur road was reported by local caller. Case was looked after by Dhyan paravet and myself with the help of volunteers. I had coordinated with Dr. Rao who had instructed LMC driver Jitendra Bajpai to relocate the bull to Anurag ji's gaushala for proper treatment.

LMC driver Jitendra Bajpai violated direct orders from CVO and mishandled the animal so badly that he was unable to stand up after he intentionally dumped him at Kanha Upvan, where he was pronounced dead on 6th October and body was removed under mysterious circumstances. This happened inspite of me being personally involved in his treatment. No evidence of death, photograph, CCTV footage of dead, cause of death has not been provided by resident veterinarian Dr. Sandeep. An enquiry is in the process of being filed, against both LMC driver Jitendra Bajpai and Jeev Ashraya management, Kanha Upvan for sheer neglect of supervision and medical attention, and intentional withholding of information.

12. 24th Sept.: Cow labouring to deliver over extended time with calf only half visible and stillborn. Kanpur road case, reported by local caller. Coordinated with Naveen ji and treatment given with his help. Stillborn calf was pulled out. The cow was cleaned, and given necessary medication.

PFA Nagpur 2

PFA Nagpur 2

मै पिपल फाॅर एनिमल युनिट-2 नागपूर से काम की जानकारी दे रहा हु!
दि.19/10/2017 को 11:00 am को पिपल फाॅर एनिमल युनिट-2  प्रदुषण मुक्त दिवाली पेड लगाकर मनाई गई ! संपुर्ण देश मे दिवाली बडे धुमधाम से मनाई जाती है, दिवाली के दिंन फटाके ज्यादा फोडे जाते है उसके कारण वायुप्रदुषन ज्यादा होता है. इस लिए दिवाली के दिन पेड लगाकर दिवाली मनाई. और लोंगो से निवेदन है की फटाके फोड कर वायुप्रदुषण नहीं करे.
दिवाली के दिन वायुप्रदुषन कम करणे के लिए पीपल फॉर ऑनिमल्स युनिट-2 नागपुर की और से कोराडी पोलीस स्टेशन में पेड लगाए गए है और ग्रामपंचायत सदस्य उपस्थित थे कोराडी पोलीस स्टेशन की और से  सहयोग रहा है.  

PFA Bangalore

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 Banglore

Welcome to our new newsletter! We’ll bring you updates and highlights of the work we are doing, the people involved, upcoming events, and more.

43 animals were RESCUED
30 animals were TREATED
38 were RELEASED back into their natural habitats.

 200 calls attended on our helplines.

> 140 Domestic calls were diverted/ escalated to other organisations.
> 17 Wildlife calls were given appropriate advice/diverted.

                    > RESCUE HIGHLIGHTS  

1.  The rare Elliot’s Shieldtail, displaced, was rescued from Kengeri.
2.  A Night Heron which had suffered a fall in BSK 3rd stage was brought to the hospital and was treated for a Rib fracture.
3.  A Juvenile Bonnet Macaque in Yelahanka with a severe wound on its thighs was rescued and it is being treated for the same.
4. Two Cobras, one Crow and one Squirrel were rescued late in the evening by the team.

              > REHABILITATION AND TREATMENT HIGHLIGHTS:

1.    After successful hand-raising of the Barn Owls and an Oriental White Eye which were rescued last month, the fledglings are now moved to a larger enclosure to observe flight.
2.    New hammocks were made for the Juvenile Macaques and a nest box is built for Spotted Owlets as a part of rehabilitation..
3.    A Spectacled Cobra with a spinal cord injury is given exercise everyday for an hour to improve his movements.
4.   Two Spotted Doves and a Red Whiskered Bulbul nestlings are being hand-raised. They are fed once in every 2 hours.


                        > RELEASE HIGHLIGHTS:

1.   10 Rose Ringed Parakeets fly back to freedom after recovery and successful rehabilitation.
2.  The Mottled Wood owl which showed significant improvement in flight went back to the wild.
3.   The displaced Elliots Shieldtail was safely released in a suitable habitat after observation at the hospital.
4.  Major releases- 15 Spectacled Cobras, 9 Rose Ringed Parakeets, 4 Indian Rat Snakes and 4 White Cheeked Barbets.


                      MAJOR EVENTS:
· On the 5th, an awareness program was conducted at the PfA premise to the residents of Neeladri Princess Apartment. They were spoken to about the diversity of Wildlife in Bangalore and the need for their conservation.
· On similar lines, children from Poorna Prajna Education Centre and DAV Public school were made aware of the importance of Wildlife. The kids were also a part of a quiz on Urban Wildlife, a sketching competition and took an oath promising to contribute in animal welfare.

           THIS FORTNIGHT’S TOP STORIES
 
Animals in Lifetime Care: We have pledged to provide lifetime care for a few animals that can never be released back into the wild due to physical disabilities and grievous wounds, such as our primates which have lost limbs and eyesight. Lifetime Adoption of these will aid us greatly. PfA currently houses 1 blind Indian Flying Fox, 3 Brahminy Kites, 11 Black Kites(fractures, crippled), 11 Bonnet Macaques(crippled, blind), 1 blind Indian Rat Snake.

PFA Bangalore

PFA Bangalore biannual report . 

PFA Bangalore

PFA Bangalore biannual report . 

PFA Bangalore

PFA Bangalore biannual report . 

PFA Gujarat

Khalapur 15 Dogs Updated

Khalapur 15 Dogs Updated

PFA Gujrat

The article says how chopping of trees & buildings without shades are proving main reason for dehydration & rise in heat which is affecting birds a lot .... The article also appeals people to place water bowl & reach to birdhelpline (8655370005) in case they found any injured bird or animal. The news article also recognised the free water bowl project by Ida & how it helped to install more than 9000 water bowls in 6 years.

PFA Nagpur

PFA Nagpur

People for Animals Nagpur and People for Animals Wardha seized 17 rosy ringedparakeets, plum headed parakeets and Alexandrine Parakeets with the help of  forest department of Nagpur. Unfortunately three birds were found dead. 3 culprits were arrested by forest department nagpur.

PFA Ahmedabad

PFA Ahmedabad

PFA Ahmedabad report of  Venus parkland society vejalpur arranged "dog bhagao campaign" we got it stopped and sterilized all dogs.

 PFA Ahmedabad

 PFA Ahmedabad report of Mr.mahendra shrimali was awarded and felicitated by NOVOTEL hotels, for his dedicated work for animals.

PFA Ahmedabad

PFA Ahmedabad  Article by HARMONY magazine by TINA AMBANi

PFA Ghaziabad

PFA Ghaziabad

PFA Ghaziabad report of newspaper Cutting Raid news in today's all News papers. 

PFA Ghaziabad II news paper articles

PFA Ghaziabad

Summary Report of PFA Ghaziabad 1 for the month of April 2017 

TREATMENT DATA

Treatment given-

 Field    122                              
 Indoor   88
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER

Monkeys – 03
Cats  –  04
Donkeys -  01
Cattle –  24
Dogs -  58
Birds -  13  rescued and handed over to the Jain bird hospital located in Kavinagar Ghaziabad.

TOTAL EXPENDITURE

Medicine  –  12500
Food  –  29500
Salary  – 73155
Convyance -  18000

PFA Bhandara

PFA Bhandara

PFA Bhandara report of Awareness program is proving very helpful in making people aware about: 
Animals & their role in human environment, Problems of animals, Rights of Animals, Conserving the habitats of various animals, Man and Animal conflict, Snakes, Laws related to Animals, And many other issues related to Animals
Awareness Programs were conducted in following schools:
Manavta High School & Junior College, Bondgaon, Tahsil- Arjuni, Distt- Bhandara, Maharashtra
Z. P.  High School & Junior College, Bondgaon, Tahsil- Arjuni, Distt- Bhandara, Maharashtra
Z. P. High School & Junior College, Pimpalgaon/S, Distt- Bhandara
 

PFA Bhandara report of awaharnag school awareness program first add treatment and animals rights information provaide this program by people for animals.

PFA Bhandara

PFA Bhandara Nagrprishd bhandara ko intimation.

PFA Alipurduar

 PFA Alipurduar

 PFA Alipurduar observed the ANIMAL WELFARE FORT NIGHT 2018,with the help of Animal Resources Development ,Govt.of West Bengal ,organised Free Animal health camp, and Vaccination Program for street Dogs,and an Awareness prog.on the issue of Rabies. 

PFA Alipurduar

PFA Alipurduar  Inauguration of new shelter.

PFA Alipurduar

PFA Alipurduar organised an awareness programme for school children on May 5th on the illegal wildlife trade

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur report of Media coverage 25 Dec 2018.

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur received a first aid kit from the Jain community of Raipur.

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur report of organised a protest for Avni on 11th Nov. Huge people joined the silent protest. Many were made aware about the cold blooded murder. 

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur organised an adoption drive at Shankar Nagar Raipur. 10 puppies and 3 kittens were adopted.

PFA Raipur

PFA Raipur found a sick dog on the streets of Raipur which had been lost during Diwali. The dog was reunited with the owners.

PFA Patna

PFA Patna

PFA Patna organised a children's march for animals  on Bailey Road Patna.

PFA Patna

PFA Patna organised a health check up camp for horse's at Rajgir, Pfa Patna with support of Nalanda University.With honorable Animal Husbandry Minister as the chief guest, bihar

PFA  Pirli (Chandrapur)

PFA  Pirli (Chandrapur)

PFA  Pirli (Chandrapur)  Report of 19 Animals 16 oxes , 3 Cows,were handed over, by Mulchera police Dist. Gadchiroli to PFA shelter house Pirli. The animals were rescued by Mulchera police from a unknown person after a tip given by one local person.

The exact spot where the animals were rescued is around 162 kms from Chandrapur

PFA Kolkata

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 ?"

PFA Kolkata

PFA Kolkata, ASHARI report of January 2018. 

Resident animals at Ashari (approx. numbers)-

Canine -       132

Feline -         42

Cattle -           70

Kites -            7

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Ashari Stories - Here are few of the handpicked stories of January 2018

PFA KOlkata

PFA KOlkata Report of news paper cutting.

PFA Kolkata

People For Animals, Kolkata (ASHARI)
 
Canine                                                   Feline
ABC  19                                                 ABC  3         
Treatment Cases  83                          Treatment Cases  18

Resident animals at Ashari (approx. numbers)-

Canine - 126
Feline - 38
Cattle - 78
Kites - 9

PFA Kolkata

PFA Kolkata report of June 2017  (ASHARI).

      Canine

ABC               Treatment Cases

52                   90

          Feline

ABC                      Treatment Cases

1                                   13

 

Resident animals at Ashari (approx. numbers)-


Canine - 124
Feline - 44
Cattle - 76
Kites - 9

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia Amar Singh and his wife of awarded locally for the work they do for animals.

PFA GONDIA

PFA GONDIA Report of - 35 new youngsters joined Gondia PFA unit. 

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia Team members are visiting different villages to save SARAS Bird. Farmers are using dangerous chemicals. PFA Gondia  Activist running poster activity in Paraswada village in Gondia district.

PFA Gondia

PFA Gondia news paper cutting.

PFA Gondia

 PFA Gondia Unit Members are working towards saving cow's slotter in Gondia District.

PFA Sirohi

PFA Sirohi

Benign Service

PFA Sirohi report of People for Animals has inspired by the Principal of BHAGWAN MAHAVEER to safeguard homeless birds and animals. People for Animals Institution, Sirohi, were established by its chairperson, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi in 1998, in order to serve the voiceless, homeless and helpless animals. Since last 19 years, Rescue animals Shelter, on Sarneshwarji Road, near district Headquarter, Sirohi is working towards care of helpless, troubled and accident hit animals. Here the PFA has made fully fledged provisions for fodder, water, medical care along with free of cost Animal Patient Vehicle.

Aim of People for Animal:
Spreading public awareness about kindness to animals and preventing cruelty to them Providing care and shelter for abandoned or stray animals Providing and facilitating veterinary facilities for large and small animals Supporting animal those are suffered from road accidents on highway Adoption and Re-habilitation of the stray cattle.

OUR PFA SIROHI TEAM: As on APRIL, 2019 the members of the Governing Body are:
1.    Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Chairperson of PFA
2.    Babu Lal V. Jain, Advisor of PFA Sirohi.
3.    ChandrabhanMotwani, President of PFA Sirohi.
4.    Pukhraj P. Shah, Vise-President of PFA Sirohi.
5.    Amit Deol, Secretary of PFA Sirohi.
6.    Smt. Kalpana Bhandari, Joint Secretary of PFA Sirohi.
7.    Manoj Jain, Treasurer of PFA Sirohi.
8.    Mithalal K. Bhandari, Trustee of PFA Sirohi
9.    Pankaj G. Jain, Trustee of PFA Sirohi
10.    Bharat Sanghvi, Trustee of PFA Sirohi.
11.    Dr. Harish Bhafana, Trustee of PFA Sirohi.
12.    Amrit Bhai jain, Trustee of PFA Sirohi.

Our Respected Trustee along with hard working & Compassionate Team of PFA Sirohi. We are Ten to have a dedicated team of people striving to care for injured and sick animals. Our staff consist of veterinary surgeons, compounders (veterinary technicians); office and accounting staff and others all of whom play their important part in caring and treating for the sick and injured animals and ensuring our important work can continue at Pfa All animals Rescue Shelter and the Camel Rescue Centre.
YOU CAN BECOME A PART OF OUR TEAM TOO!

There are many ways in which you can be part of our journey to help animals in need. You can join us as an employee, volunteer with us or make a donation to support the cause.

Details of Activities Conducted by Peoples for Animal, Sirohi

•    The PFA SIROHI emergency rescue home in PFA Shelter & Hospital, Near Sri Sarneshwar Mandir, Sirohi houses several abandoned, sick, and injured animals on their road to recovery. We are equipped with a well-trained medical team headed by qualified veterinarians and highly experienced para vets. The hospital remains open 24×7 and responds to round-the-clock emergencies. Please visit us sometime. We will be glad to show you around! 


PFA Sirohi Animals Welfare Activities

•    Shelters of Rescue All animals (Camels, Wild life, & other all animals)
•    Rehoming
•    Adaptation
•    Veterinary Hospitals
•    Mobile Dispensary
•    Work with Other NGOs
•    Two Ambulance Services
•    Free Veterinary treatment Camp in tribal Area Sirohi
•    Helpline
•    Other activities of animals’ welfare.

Rajasthan's First Rescue Shelter and Hospital Launch for horses, donkeys and mules in PFA Sirohi. Wounded, suffering equine protection and medicine relief.
Launching of Feed Depot at Discounted Rate in Famine period.
Free Water supply for the forest animals during summer season.
(Drinking water facilities will be 01 April to 15 July operated by PFA, for wild animals in the forest area through nine tankers)

Animal hospital and shelter of All Animals.    
Animal shelter with full of space, shed, grass field, and water and electric supply. They have building where one small veterinary clinic is established, they have also small operation theatre for the surgical processes. They have full range of veterinary medicines all time available. One full time veterinary assistant Veterinary doctor is available on call basis Our veterinary staff daily give veterinary care to 2-3 animals in shelter premises. They have administrative staff also one manager, one vet assistant, one driver and 13 other supportive workers (attendants)

Free Veterinary medical camps in tribal Villages.
PFA works in Sirohi district, its veterinary medical camp activities running in whole district with around 630 villages. From staring year of PFA Sirohi Vet. Medical camps are organized by PFA, almost every month.
Free Cattle Camps During Famine Period. 
This is very interesting activity of PFA Sirohi. During famine conditions in summers, PFA Sirohi organized cattle camps for the duration of 3-4 months in most needed areas in which we provide temporary shed and feed and veterinary care for the cattle because many villagers leave their animals without any care during famine conditions. So PFA Sirohi trying to give helping hand to those animals. They are honored by district collector 3 times during last past few years for this activity.

First Rescue of wild animals Shelter.
As we mentioned above that Sirohi District region having lot of forest are and full of wild animals, so many times few wild animals accidentally entered in residential area or highways and injured due to many reasons, then PFA Sirohi trying to help those wild animals and shift them to shelter with permission of forest dept. and give them vet care, feed and water and shelter.

Awareness programmes.
For achieving goal that is small helping hand towards needy or poor, homeless animals. We are organizing few awareness things.


Karuna Clubs.    
These are small groups of school children, college students and any other who have soft heart towards animal. In every street, colonies in our city we have no. of these groups and these are member of karuna club and whenever they saw any animal in trouble immediately, they call to us on helpline, or some time they themselves give first aid to animal. And some time they transported the animal to our shelter. Currently we have 15 groups of karuna club.

Education and training.
In schools, they have organizing few activities for the awareness regarding animal welfare among children. they organize competition of poster making, essay writing, slogan writing, story writing, poetry, songs on animal welfare, and rally for the awareness in city area. In training part, they conducted some session where we brought some students in our shelter and gave them training of first aid care for the animal especially for dogs and cows.

PFA organized blood donation camp for Thalassemia suffering children and donated 1517 unit of blood.
PFA, along with its workers, friends and Karunamai Sansthan, organized a free blood camp in Global Hospital, Abu Road and collected 1517unit of blood for 23 children suffering from Thalassemia in Sirohi who are in need of regular blood transfusion. 

PFA planted thousands of trees in school premises and in the different Goshals of the district.
Every year during the rainy season PFA undertakes planting of thousands of trees in many Government schools and various Go-Shala’s. PFA also takes responsibility of nurturing these plants. PFA has been receiving support from Forest Department, Kasubai Charitable Trust and Jyan-Raman Charitable Trust, Sirohi for this social responsibility.


PFA donated books and uniform to 7000 students from poor tribal areas. 
PFA, along with the support of NGO named Sh. Mitha Lal K. Bhandri, Verda has distributed 7000 books, uniforms and cardigans to poor and needy students of about 152 Government Schools of tribal areas in Sirohi district. PFA’S Secretary Amit Deol played an important role in conducting this social work.

Atam-Vallabh AC Operation Theatre and ICU Ward Facility.
PFA is the first Animal Service Institution which has modern, AC, and Operation theatre for animals injured in accidents. The Institution also has an ICU Ward for critically ill and burnt animals. There is also a dressing room for regular check-up of animals. These facilities are being rendered and financed by Jain Acharya Vijay Jayanand Surivar and Muni Jaikeerti Vijay. 

PFA provides Ambulance, Mobile Medical Help and Helpline Service.
The Institute has 2 Ambulance and 01 mobile medical Unit Vehicle. The Mobile medical Unit Vehicle has been donated to PFA by Shri Mukesh Modi, President, Smt. Sushila Devi Prakash Raj Ji Charitable Trust & Aadrash Credit Cooperative Society Sirohi . This mobile vehicle provides 24/7 free medical help to injured birds and animals in accidents on road. PFA runs the helpline service through mobile number (09414275479). In this way, the PFA workers eagerly take action and bring the injured animals in shelter homes for treatment. 

MISSION
To have a Green party which can unite all likeminded people to convert our vision into reality? This is a call for all people who love animals and believe that it is their world too, to join us in our endeavor to protect our animal friends. If you share our beliefs and our vision take a stand for animals. Begin to be a participant instead of a silent spectator in this great game of life.


IN SAFE HAND RESCUE CAMELS.

It is a matter of pride and pleasure to inform you that, the PFA, Sirohi has emerged one of the single largest Camel rescue and rehabilitation the whole of India. For this outstanding achievement. 765 camels Rescue for slaughter in Hyderabad, New Delhi, UP, Bihar, West -Bangal by Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi Thank you so much for saving innocent souls and In Safe Hands, now care... All camels are now safe and adopted at PFA Sirohi, Rajasthan. We require as many donations as possible at this stage towards food, medicine. To run the camel rescue shelter, we require Rupees 10000/- (Ten thousand Rupees) on a daily basis. Please help for Rescue Camel's. We need buy dry fodder immediately. So, we request for a helping hand, PFA Sirohi which is the largest camel protection center in India provides regular vaccination for major diseases in camel with the financial help of local donors and PFA Delhi, Help animals India, PFA Bangalore, Shri Harcharan Singh, Singhvi Charitable trust Chennai.
With managing temporarily by hiring shelter and workers for their daily care. As we have lot of forest area so that feeding of camels is not a big issue but for other expenses creating lot of problem. This camels shelter run per Monthly expenses 3,00,000/- (Three lakh   only) We have expending 3,00,000/- per month presently we have exhausted our routine fund of PFA Sirohi. we have exhausted our routine fund of PFA Sirohi and now we need more fund for next 5 month is about 15,00,000/- please release the fund as early as possible for the camel welfare work. So please help us for this noble cause and trying to raise fund. 
We will have to manage the fodder from these states at a very higher rate till the rainy season approaches. The burden is become too high. Therefore, on the basis of the aforesaid, I appeal the lifesaving benevolent organizations and to you as well, to kindly donate generously in order to overcome the ongoing financial burden that our shelter is facing specially to overcome the fodder problems of the innocent voiceless Camels so that, these innocent animals are saved.
# 10000/- for camel rescue shelter – Per Day Expenditure
# 25000/- for another animals’ shelter - Per Day Expenditure
We need buy to Dry fodder immediately. So, we are requesting for helping hand.
Total Rescue Camels.765 
Under transporting death- 42 camels, save camel- 655, heavy injured camel under treatment pfa Shelter death 68, healthy camels released in local camel care taker 478, balance camel care by Pfa Sirohi in Shelter 177 there are all camel old male and under treatment by pfa Sirohi Shelter.  Although now back in Rajasthan at PFA Sirohi Rescue Camels Shelter, we require as many donations to run the shelter, to take care of Rescue animals in the shelter, Veterinary Hospital, Helpline, Two Ambulance Service, food, Medicine, dry & Green Fodder, Salaries & Rescues, treatments etc...
Saving Camels from Slaughter & Abuse
For the past 05 years, Smt. Gandhi's blessing has been there for financial support. But regretful to mention that the Gau -Dhyan Foundation, New Delhi and the PFA Hyderabad has not been contributing anything towards the financial support of our shelter till date. This non-cooperation attitude from these Organization is compelling us to beg from various sponsors day by day for our increasing financial needs. Further regretful to mention that this year, due to unexpected hike in the climatic temperature, there is drought in most parts of Rajasthan, leading to shortage in the required food and fodder of the Camels that is forcing us to buy these fodders from the adjoining states of MP and Maharashtra at a very high rate. Moreover, the funds in the bank account too has come to the minimum end.

Captive camels in India have a hard life as they are used and abused for labor, are used and abused for their milk, and are even slaughtered for their meat. Help Animals India helps support the PFA (People for Animals) SIROHI Camel Project the Camel Rescue Centre to treat and admit to hospital camels in the rural areas around Sirohi where there are no veterinary services for them. Many hundreds of camels have been rescued from all over India in the past few years by PFA Sirohi and now have sanctuary for life. Please help save more camels, Help Animals India has even built a new shed for the most vulnerable old and disabled camels. Help us feed and rescue more!
Get in touch:
PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS, 
PFA Animals Rescue Care Shelter & Veterinary Hospital,
Near Sri Sarneshwar Mandir, Sirohi– 307001 (Rajasthan) India
Website- www.pfasirohi.org 
Email- pfasirohi@gmail.com 
Rescue Mobile No. 9414275479
Donations: We require as many donations to run the shelter, to take care of animals in the shelter, Helpline, Ambulance Service, food, medicine, salaries & Rescues, treatments etc... Interested donors please come forward and please we need your Help!

Bank Account Details: -
People for Animals, Sirohi, Rajasthan
A/C. NO. 0429000100126535, 
IFSC Code. Punb0042900
Pan No. AAATP6348L, 
Punjab National Bank, Sirohi,  
NITI Aayog Unique ID No. RJ/2016/0109483 
All donations 80 G are tax-deductible.
 

PFA Sirohi report

PFA Sirohi report of Presently the problem of fodder for livestock related to the famine is plaguing the poor and the problem for the cattle-eaters. Under such circumstances, the livestock is forced to leave the trust by placing tilak in their animals. Because the fodder is very expensive to buy cattle stock by meeting the huge price. In such a situation, the inspiration of PFA by the inspiration of PFA for the saving of livestock, by encouraging financial support from the workers of Chitamani Parshwanath Group Pasuya , by opening two Truck feeding fodder on Saturday, by opening two fodders for non-profit and concessional rates, raising the morale of the cattle man by opening the first feed depot of the district.

Jain Sangh activist Lalit Jain told that hundreds of livelihoods are on the verge of death due to the shortage of fodder, hence every worker of the Mandal decided to open a fodder depo by giving economic assistance to save lives on the land of the land. This fodder depo will run until the rain arrives. The depots will benefit from the livestock of village Pasuya, Phulera, Laj, Rishdi, Kozra, Adarsh Dungari, Rampura, Navi Bhoom and Kodrala.

In order to operate this depot, the two committees of the village were constituted in the first committee comprising Balwant Hada, Rajdan Hada, Sahadev Hada, Krishnapal Hada, Bhupatadan Harda, Shankarlal Meghwal, Triveni Hada, Bhonaram Devi, Fusaram Devi, Devaram Devasi, Otmal Garg Workers will provide free services. In order to mobilize financial support in the second committee, Mukesh Bhabottamji Shah, Nirmal Sautani, Pankaj Mithalalji Shah, PFA Secretary Amit Deol and village Sarpanch Mamta Devi Meghwal will work actively in the whole of the service.  

Water for wildlife Forest area

These Organization is compelling us to beg from various sponsors day by day for our increasing financial needs. Further regretful to mention that this year, due to unexpected hike in the climatic temperature, there is drought in most parts of Rajasthan, leading to shortage in the required of wild animals suffer due lack of water in forests.

In our region Aravali hills are on height and big forest area is there. A lot of wild animals inhabit in this region such as panther, leopard, Neelgai, wild cat, rabbit, deer, peacock etc. During summer season when hot climate is on peak, wild animals  suffer due lack of water in forests. Then PFA Sirohi is doing some help for wild animals in this aspect. Summer has come. It has affected us humans and our voiceless friends as well. It is very difficult for animals and birds to find water. This is our responsibility to help them. Please do your duty towards helpless, needy and voiceless creations of God. Here are some ways you can help stray animals and birds. Keep water for them. It is not only during summer that animals need drinking water. And we started watering facility from 1th April 2019. It will be continuing till monsoon comes! Special note: Daily 06 tanks of water will be supplied to the neediest area of forest range where water is not available in enough quantity for the wild animals.

Very 2 Thanks of grateful help of your Support . During month of April to June ( 03  Months ) in the forest area PFA Sirohi identifies few watering points with help of Forest department. And started watering facility from 1th April it will be continuing till monsoon comes! Daily 06 tanks of water will be supplied. This event has been organized from last 07 yrs. with regular schedule and financial 01 Lakh 90 thousand Rupees help of this welfare Project.  

PFA Sirohi Water for wildlife Forest area

In our region Aravali hills are on height and big forest area is there. A lot of wild animals inhabit in this region such as panther, leopard, Neelgai, wild cat, rabbit, deer, peacock etc. During summer season when hot climate is on peak, wild animals suffer due lack of water in forests. Then PFA Sirohi is doing some help for wild animals in this aspect. Summer has come. It has affected us humans and our voiceless friends as well. It is very difficult for animals and birds to find water. This is our responsibility to help them. Please do your duty towards helpless, needy and voiceless creations of God. Here are some ways you can help stray animals and birds. Keep water for them. It is not only during summer that animals need drinking water. And we started watering facility from 01th April. It will be continuing till monsoon comes! Special note: Daily 09 tanks of water will be supplied to the neediest area of forest range where water is not available in enough quantity for the wild animals. This event has been organized from last 09 yrs. with regular schedule and financial 01 Lakh 90 thousand Rupees help of this welfare Project.

Wildlife Relief to Drinking Water Facility.

Drinking water facility for wildlife will start from Wadakheda forest.

(Drinking water facilities will be operated by PFA by July 15, for wild animals in the forest area through nine tankers)

In the case of severe heat in the forest areas of Sirohi district, wild animals get out of the forest area due to their thirst and crashes several times due to coming to the residential area and road. Under this situation, PFA Sirohi has been providing drinking water through the tankers in the forest areas for the last 8 years till the coming rains till the arrival of Donnars. In this order, drinking water facility was inaugurated on Monday by the forest department's Mrs. Sonal Jourihar IFS, Dy. Conservator of forest, Regional forest officer Chunnilal Purohit, in-charge of forest security team in Teja Ram and Wadakheda forest area, by the water tanker of Bhamashah Hirabhai Mali Raipuria.

PFA Secretary Amit Deol said that in the joint venture of PFA and Forest Department to provide drinking water to the summer period for wild animals, the Late. Jyoti Bafna Sirohi, Late. Kanta Ben Pukhraj P Shah Barloot, Brinda Upadhyay, Kamlesh Kumar Lalchand Jain Mandvariya, Meethalal K Bhandari Verada, Ambalal Khushalchand, Sanghvi Narangi Bai, Manakchandji, Kamla Ben Jayantilalji Jogani Mumbai, Vimla V. Modi Sirohi, etc are getting support in this full-time service. On this occasion, radium refractive belts, snails for birds and birds for birds were released by the chief guest to save the animals from accident.
On this occasion, PFA Chairman Chandrabhan Motwani, social worker Raghubhai Mali, Yoga teacher Bhik Singh Bhati, Education Teacher Gopal Singh Rao, Assistant District Literacy Project Officer Asha Deora and Social Worker Dr. Thareja, Gunvati Sharma, Nirmala Acharya, Rattan Bapna and Forest Department's forester Vijender Singh, Shetan Singh Rao served. It is notable that PFA is providing facilities to save livestock from untreated fodder depots, water tankers and rescue ambulances to protect the road accidents.

PFA Sirohi Water for wildlife Forest area

" Water for wildlife Forest area "

In our region Aravali hills are on height and big forest area is there. A lot of wild animals inhabit in this region such as panther, leopard, Neelgai, wild cat, rabbit, deer, peacock etc. During summer season when hot climate is on peak, wild animals suffer due lack of water in forests. Then PFA Sirohi is doing some help for wild animals in this aspect. Summer has come. It has affected us humans and our voiceless friends as well. It is very difficult for animals and birds to find water. This is our responsibility to help them. Please do your duty towards helpless, needy and voiceless creations of God. Here are some ways you can help stray animals and birds. Keep water for them. It is not only during summer that animals need drinking water. And we started watering facility from 01th April. It will be continuing till monsoon comes! Special note: Daily 09 tanks of water will be supplied to the neediest area of forest range where water is not available in enough quantity for the wild animals. This event has been organized from last 09 yrs. with regular schedule and financial 01 Lakh 90 thousand Rupees help of this welfare Project.

Wildlife Relief to Drinking Water Facility.

Drinking water facility for wildlife will start from Wadakheda forest.

(Drinking water facilities will be operated by PFA by July 15, for wild animals in the forest area through nine tankers)

In the case of severe heat in the forest areas of Sirohi district, wild animals get out of the forest area due to their thirst and crashes several times due to coming to the residential area and road. Under this situation, PFA Sirohi has been providing drinking water through the tankers in the forest areas for the last 8 years till the coming rains till the arrival of Donnars. In this order, drinking water facility was inaugurated on Monday by the forest department's Mrs. Sonal Jourihar IFS, Dy. Conservator of forest, Regional forest officer Chunnilal Purohit, in-charge of forest security team in Teja Ram and Wadakheda forest area, by the water tanker of Bhamashah Hirabhai Mali Raipuria.

PFA Secretary Amit Deol said that in the joint venture of PFA and Forest Department to provide drinking water to the summer period for wild animals, the Late. Jyoti Bafna Sirohi, Late. Kanta Ben Pukhraj P Shah Barloot, Brinda Upadhyay, Kamlesh Kumar Lalchand Jain Mandvariya, Meethalal K Bhandari Verada, Ambalal Khushalchand, Sanghvi Narangi Bai, Manakchandji, Kamla Ben Jayantilalji Jogani Mumbai, Vimla V. Modi Sirohi, etc are getting support in this full-time service. On this occasion, radium refractive belts, snails for birds and birds for birds were released by the chief guest to save the animals from accident.
On this occasion, PFA Chairman Chandrabhan Motwani, social worker Raghubhai Mali, Yoga teacher Bhik Singh Bhati, Education Teacher Gopal Singh Rao, Assistant District Literacy Project Officer Asha Deora and Social Worker Dr. Thareja, Gunvati Sharma, Nirmala Acharya, Rattan Bapna and Forest Department's forester Vijender Singh, Shetan Singh Rao served. It is notable that PFA is providing facilities to save livestock from untreated fodder depots, water tankers and rescue ambulances to protect the road accidents.

PFA Agra

PFA Agra

Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of  August 2017

TREATMENT DATA

ABC Operations –32
Treatment given-    Indoor   928
                    Outdoor  72
                    Field 407
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER

Monkeys–05
Cats – 02
Donkeys-02
Cows – 52
Dogs- 92
Birds-7
Pig-  01

PFA Agra

Summary Report of PFA Agra for the month of  July 2017
TREATMENT DATA
ABC Operations –31
Treatment given- Field    859
                                Outdoor  77
                              Indoor   499
TOTAL ANIMALS RESIDING IN THE SHELTER
Monkeys–03
Cats – 04
Donkeys-02
Cows – 62
Dogs- 112
Birds-7
Pig-  01
TOTAL EXPENDITURE
Medicine – Rs5942/-
Food – Rs 83930/-
Salary –1,16291/-
DONATION RECEIVED
India : 100801/-
Europe  - nil
America – nil
Throughout the month of July we conducted anti rabies camp in various parts of Agra.It is still ongoing.
There was a problem in a complex called Bhavana Estate regarding the feeding of stray dogs. We were verbally asked by Ms Sohita Dixit who feeds them to help her. In this connection a few of my volunteers, my manager along with Mr Kuldeep Rathore,
Ms Vineeta Arora  and I  tried to sort out this problem.. In this connection we held a press conference and also visited the Commissioner’s office at Nagar Nigam and handed over the memorandum to them. The matter is still being sorted out. Incidentally Sohita has not given us anything in writing.  10 more of the dogs from outside Bhavana estate have again come to us through Nagar
 Nigam for ABC. They are still with us. This is for your information in case we  need  help from your office.

PFA Agra

PFA Agra report of the Gau Seva Sankalp group members at our shelter. A press cutting of their visit.

PFA Agra

PFA Agra report of the Volunteers from Radisson Blue working at the shelter.

PFA Agra

PFA Agra report of the staff of Hotel Radisson Blu at our shelter.

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar cattery under construction.

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar news report.

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar report of jointly organise awareness programme subject relating how animals are importan for human beings and Balance our  ECO system. Many students took part in this topic.

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar is taking action to stop cattle smuggling.

PFA Bhubaneswar

PFA Bhubaneswar municipal corporation agree to provide all support for our shelter injured animals and shortly  Abc program will be conducted in our pfa hospital.

PFA Haridwar

PFA Haridwar

PFA Haridwar rescues done.

PFA Wardha

PFA WARDHA

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

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

PFA Wardha

PFA Wardha distributed people for animal Wardha unit membership cards in two schools.

PFA wardha

PFA wardha organized one day awareness program on animal welfare for 30 school children in wardha.

PFA Wardha

PFA Wardha activities.

PFA Thoubal

PFA Thoubal

PFA Thoubal Forest Department appreciated.

PFA Coimbtore

PFA Coimbatore

PFA Coimbatore Unit II  Report of September 2018. 

PFA Coimbtore

PFA Coimbtore activity
Since 2010 it has  sterlised around 10000 dogs.
It is  trying to do sterilsation for rest of dogs.before 2017- 2018.

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar caught snake smugglers. News paper cutting.

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar caught snake smugglers. News paper cutting.

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar caught snake smugglers. News paper cutting.

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar report of organised an awareness camp.

PFA Ahmednagar

PFA Ahmednagar put a board of gaushala/animal hospital.

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PFA Siliguri

PFA Siliguri

 PFA Siliguri celebrated World Animal Day 2017 at North Bengal Science Centre, Siliguri. Animal awareness programme, artificial bird nesting, veterinary health check up and film show on wildlife organized.

PFA Faridabad

PFA Faridabad

PFA Faridabad shelter address.

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly feeds and releases starving cows

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly animal shelter is in the process of making a new duck pond.

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly report of newspaper cutting.

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly Report of newspaper cutting.

PFA Bareilly

PFA Bareilly  report Newspaper cutting.

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur report of One Juvenile Barking Deer was rescued from one Biken Mutum of Kwakeithel Laishram Leikai. He bought it from hunters when he visit Chandel. It succumbed few days after due to capture stress and injury.

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur news paper cutting. 

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur As a part of the global movement against the controversial killing of Avni the tigress in Maharashtra, People for Animals Manipur in association with Yening Animal Foundation, Unique Wildlife Protection Committee, veterinary doctors and wildlife photographers of the state staged a condolence gathering at Kangla Northern gate today. It also demand a quick justice for "Manipur" the radio/gps tagged Amur Falcon which was killed by unknown hunter. The slogan reads "Justice for Avni"...Justice for Manipur...punish the culprits etc.
The movement will continue till the culprits were punished.
 

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur some shaminar picture.

PFA Manipur

PFA Manipur work report.

PFA Angul

PFA TALCHER-II

PFA TALCHER-II has decided to set 120 Water pots for stray animals and birds at common areas of Talcher due to the scorching heat. On 1st phase 40 Waterpot distributed today at Bharatpur colony , Talcher , Angul, Odisha 

PFA Angul

People for Animals Angul and MCBT  had started a campaign SAVE SNAKES, under which awareness camps were organized  in different schools of angul district.  Still now we have covered 40 schools, target is to cover 100 schools  within December. Awareness program was about identification of  snakes, type of snakes, snakes of india, snakes of odisha, importance of snakes , first aid, how to avoid snakes and wildlife protection act 1972. 

PFA Angul

PFA Angul news paper cutting.

PFA Angul

People for Animals, Angul organized a three days plantation drive at three different places. 300 plants were planted by the people along with 100 medicinal plant.

PFA Angul

PFA Angul report of organized a two days Scientific Training on Snake Rescue and Management Workshop for Forest Rangers and all odisha snake rescuers. P.GowriShankar was the course director. Mr. P. Gowri Shankar ( Founder/Director of Kalinga Centre for Rainforest Ecology), Herpetologist (king cobra) who has been involved with reptiles for more than a decade . He has been featured in several wildlife documentaries like the ‘King and I’, ‘Secrets of the King Cobra ‘, ‘Asia’s Deadliest Snake’, and ‘Wildest India’ by BBC, National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo Wild and Discovery Channel.

PFA Narsinghpur

PFA Narsinghpur

PFA  Narsinghpur news paper cutting.

PFA Narsinghpur

PFA Narsinghpur planted fruit trees.

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