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When you purchase through Petsy, part proceeds are used toward supporting various animal welfare undertakings around India.
Our vision is to build a future in which all animals are treated equally and affectionately, by educating and empowering the leaders of tomorrow, children.
Why we care
In today’s times, human ignorance has led to pet abandonment, animal abuse and deteriorated living conditions for stray animals. This in turn impact the animal’s quality of life and disrupts the ecosystem we live in, where humans and animals fail to co-exist harmoniously. We believe, every animal deserves and identity and the right to be treated equally. We believe, every animal is worthy of love, care and kindness. That is why, we give.
Feeding 'Stray' Animals
There are no laws that prohibit people from feeding ‘stray’ animals – Delhi High Court
The Legislation
It is illegal to maim or cause injury to any animal – Sections 428 and 429 of the Indian Penal Code and the Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960
Shameful Secret
Pedigree pet abandonment is India’s shameful secret. A minimum of 10 dogs are abandoned everyday.
The Constitution
“Compassion for living creatures” is a fundamental duty of Indian citizens - Constitution (Part IVA: Fundamental Duties, 51A (g))
Reality Check
70% of the accidents of animals are caused due to rash and negligent driving - A Study On Crime Against Animals And Laws That Prevalent To Combat This Issue, Legal Services India
Some of our adventures

Tip #1 - Water

Leaving a bowl of fresh, clean drinking water for the strays is the best thing you could do for them! 

Tip #2 - Feeding Strays

Biscuits (unflavoured and not containing high sugar) are one of the most convenient and safest food items to feed stray dogs. However, a healthier option could be rice, daal, boiled vegetables, etc. Be mindful though that your job does not simply end at feeding. Ensuring that you leave the venue clean is equally a part of responsible feeding.

Tip #3 - Being Environmentally Conscious

Choose eco-friendly food containers. Avoid plastic or any cheap containers that are likely to be lined with harmful chemicals that may affect the animals or environment badly.

Tip #4 - Feeding Times

Early mornings and late nights are the best times to feed stray animals. This is when there won’t be too many people around.