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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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Zero Stray Dogs in Holland Animal Compassion 

Holland Became the First Nation to Have Zero Stray Dogs

It might be a respite for all the dog lovers to hear of such news wherein Holland became the World’s first country to be free of stray dogs. Most of us feel saddened at the sight of a poor street dog. We simply take pity on the sight of a dead stray dog. We watch it all and post outrageous comments on the social media to take effective steps, but until when? When will our country or the whole world become a friendly place for all the animals to live…

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Kerela continues to kill stray dogs

Despite of protests, Kerela continues to kill stray dogs

The Animal Lovers of the nation created an outrage as pictures and news of mass-killing of the stray dogs in Kerala spread across the social platform. Animal activists and organizations slammed the Kerala government as pictures of around 40 stray dogs including small puppies were shared across the social network, which remained scattered in the open with no one paying heed to the heinous crime. Panchayat Officials deny their involvement This is an incident of the northern region of Kannur, where the Panchayat officials denied their involvement in the same….

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no more 50

‘No more 50’ campaign launched to ensure stronger animal laws

In an unnerving set of deplorable events which had occurred recently in relation to acute terms of animal cruelty; finally someone from the Parliament has raised a strong voice against the same. BJP member Poonam Mahajan, moved a private bill in the parliament asking out for an increase in the penalties and stricter punishment for those liable to animals cruelty under Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, in Chennai on Friday. It comes after a series of disgraceful and inhumane activities had recently taken place with the Chennai MBBS student’s case of throwing the dog…

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