Dog Rescue

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These puppies were rescued when their mother died in an accident and PFA volunteers brought these orphaned puppies to the shelter. We took care of these puppies with the aim for adoption in the future. PFA does a periodic dog adoption campaign to find loving homes for the rescued puppies/dogs.

Kitten Rescue

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These kittens rescued from the street because the chances of mortality is high for stray kittens. PFA sheltered these until adoption.

Bear Rescue

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This bear namely Rani was rescued from a tribal person names Ram Singh. As per Ram Singh’s version, he got the bear cub from the forest when her mother died. He kept the cub with him until she was an adult. As per Indian Wildlife Protection Act, no one can keep Wildlife at home. This bear rescued from Ram Sigh by PFA and handed over to the Wildlife department who ultimately found her a home in Nandankanan zoo.

Snake Rescue

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Snake charmers perform Snake shows on the street and collect money. As per Indian Wildlife Protection Act, it is illegal to capture snakes and perform with them. PFA has also campaigned for the conservation of snakes and whenever we perceive a danger to snakes’ lives, PFA rescues them and releases them in the forest. Due to this illegal practice, the life span and population of snakes have been reducing.

Parrot Rescue

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Illegal trading of Parrots has become a regular practice. People catch Parrots from the forest and trade them as an easy means to earn their livelihood. Due to this practice the population of Parrots has been reducing every day. PFA is always vigilant when it comes to any illegal trading of animals and birds.

Owl Rescue

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This Owl was rescued in an injured condition. Generally Owls do not have day vision and this owl got attacked by crows during the day and got injured. PFA rescued this Owl and sheltered it for treatment and care and released it in a suitable habitat after recovery.