We Give legal guidances to pet owners and public about to prevent non human animal cruelty .
Increase public awareness of Indian law and to prevent the infliction of unnecessary pain or suffering on animals and for that purpose to amend the law relating to the prevention of cruelty to non human animals.
It is critical to rescue these homeless animals in order to end the overpopulation problem.
Most people do not realize that one male and one female dog can produce 67,000 dogs in just seven years according to Spay Day USA.
In addition to saving dogs, we are preventing hundreds of thousands of puppies from being born on the street and contributing to the overpopulation crisis.
Abandoned, Not Forgotten :::
We formed a hotline number for public to call when they find a dog or cat that has been left behind in a home for any reason such as foreclosure.
We rescue homeless and neglected cats and dogs . We work hard to provide housing and medical attention to these homeless and physically chalanged animals and place them in loving homes.
Community Collaborations :::
We often partners with other animal welfare organizations to provide mutual support for various programs.
Friends for Life Pet Foster Program :::
We bring homeless pets into the homes of our foster care volunteers, where they are loved and cared for until they can be placed in permanent homes. This unique approach allows us to provide very personalized care to each animal. Veterinary care is provided, as well as training and socialization.
We're always looking for more foster care volunteers, so please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page if you think you might be interested in helping out.
We work hard to place each of our pets in a loving, permanent home. We spend a lot of time and energy assessing the animals' needs and working on matching them with the right families.