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Meet the Dog Lady of Coimbatore: Has Rescued Street Dogs for Over a Decade

Meet the Dog Lady of Coimbatore: Has Rescued Street Dogs for Over a Decade

She is hailed as the dog lady of Coimbatore. And she has a reason to be called so. The lady named SV Geetha Rani has around 250 children. Do not get surprised! Her children are in the form of four-legged furry creatures as the stray dogs of the town. She has around 250 rescued street dogs over a period of time. She calls them as her children and offers selfless love and care towards them. All of her rescued street dogs are kept at her shelter located at Selvapuram in…

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How Our Stray Cows are Dying Due to Plastic Waste Animal Compassion Blog 

How Our Stray Cows are Dying Due to Plastic Waste

India is a holy country where cows are worshiped as “mother cows” and are considered to be heavenly animals. Though people back then used to keep cows in their homes, it is rare to find such a sight nowadays. We usually find healthy and properly tamed cows only at the milk centers. Otherwise, the Indian streets are full of stray cows who have to fend for themselves. It is a sad plight to see the “worshiped” cows in highly deplorable conditions wherein they do not find enough food and water…

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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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Time to Put an End to the Ivory Trade to Protect the Endangered Elephants Animal Compassion Blog 

Time to Put an End to the Ivory Trade to Protect the Endangered Elephants

The elephants of the world are under crisis. Several thousands of elephants are killed each year for their precious ivory tusks which illegally traded across the exotic markets of the world. It is strongly believed that the ivory trade is the main reason for the depleting population of the elephants in the world. The Need to Protect the Elephants Elephants are the wild animals that are extremely native to their regions. Their existence is highly vital to the region in which they live. The elephants shape the landscape. As they…

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