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Abandoned Baby Monkey Rescued in Mumbai

Abandoned Baby Monkey Rescued in Mumbai

While the world was celebrating the Mother’s Day all over, a poor monkey baby was abandoned on the same day. The abandoned baby monkey was separated from its mother after a series of events. It was on the premises of the Film City, Goregaon (east) that the baby monkey was found. An animal activist named Nisha Kunju of the Plant & Animal Welfare Society claimed that the actress Jaya Bhattacharya had called upon them informing them about the abandoned baby monkey. She narrated the event about a sick female monkey…

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World's Saddest Zoo Grandview Aquarium Traps Animals in Small Cabins For Public Display

World’s Saddest Zoo Grandview Aquarium Traps Animals in Small Cabins For Public Display

The Grandview Aquarium which is located inside a mall in Guangzhou, China reveals a sad turn of events after a series of footage and photos of the plight of animals were captured and posted on the social media. It is a heart-wrenching sight to observe the poor animals including polar bears, wolves, whales, and walruses, which are trapped in a closed cabin with dim-light are somehow trying to gather the needful attention of the humans to set them free. An article in Washington Post described the behavior of one polar…

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In a Shocking Discovery,Shops in Chennai were found Selling Cat Meat Biryani

In a Shocking Discovery,Shops in Chennai were found Selling Cat Meat Biryani

Many street shops and stalls were found giving away biryani made out of cat’s meat. The police and the animal activists raided the streets around the Pallavaram area. The owners of such roadside eateries were found to have kept in seizure the abducted pet cats which were then skinned for making the “biryani”. The police raided the area after having been convinced by the volunteers from the People For Animals (PFA). The volunteers had filmed the culling of the cats after befriending the eatery owners. This video footage was then…

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A couple Rescued and Adopted 46 Abandoned Dogs to Give them a Brand New Life

A couple Rescued and Adopted 46 Abandoned Dogs to Give them a Brand New Life

A Canadian couple named Mark and Sharon Starmer did something most people cannot do easily. They adopted as many as 46 rescue dogs to give them a better life of freedom. They were overwhelmed with kindness towards these pooches that they simply could not resist but rescue them. Most of these dogs were abandoned pets by their prospective owners due to old age or illness. But, this Canadian couple put all barriers aside and set out to accept the dogs anyway. They adopted these animals to live in their own…

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