Wednesday, January 2, 2019

Shocky, 1.5 year old male lab, is looking for his loving, forever family. He needs an experienced family to look after. He has been rescued a month back and still in foster care. He is great with other dogs, vary with strangers and best with people he'is familiar with. We either need a farmhouse or an experienced home for him without young kids. Whatsapp for more details - 9664703639/ 9819008110/ 7977023895

Hi, I'm Snowy. You don't need a high IQ to understand the logic behind me getting this name. 
Still, I'll make it easy for you. My rescuer gave me this name as I was white as snow.

I love to play with kids, toys and my own tail.
I love number three.
I know it may have raised your eyebrows to know this, but there's a reason behind my love for number three.
Unlike humans I'm not afraid of number three. 

Here goes the story behind my love for number three:

I was a happy girl who liked to play and loved running. 

I was out in the street, but I didn't know government issued driving licence even to blind people. (no disrespect to blinds) Cos the way that driver ran his car over me made it clear either he was blind or he was not a human. Maybe he was a human, but with no humanity left. I've heard about such humans from many animals and homeless people. But it was my first time seeing them.

The accident left me in my own pool of blood with my hind legs totally crushed to pieces. I was left to die, but I swear I didn't cry. I had learnt to carry a happy face and that day too I was calm.

Then someone called the girl who rescued me. She had no idea how to pick me up in that condition. It would have been difficult for any human being. 

Cos that day the only white thing visible on my body was my own bones visible due to deep wounds.

I was taken to the best doctor available in the city. Thank God he was the best. If best was so terrible in dressing, God knows how I would have felt at any other Doctor.

After 1-2 days my rescuer planned to get my surgery done. She couldn't see me in this pain. Although I never showed any pain on my face, but she was full of empathy.

So she decided to take me to one of the best veterinary hospital in North India. We booked the taxi to Ludhiana. I was joined by a very handsome German Shepherd dog named Leo. He wasn't too interested in me so I kept mum during our journey. 

It was a long 4 hour journey. We had to reach there before 8:30 AM and we did it.

But we forgot to take an appointment for my surgery. We were refused for surgery and we asked to come again. That would have been really difficult for my rescuers and they had to take leave from office again. So they pleaded with the doctor and he obliged.

But then came the shocking statement. Doctor said I'll lose both of my hind legs.
My rescuer talked to the doctor. She tried her best to convince them to at least try to save one hind leg. And her faith paid off. 

They saved my third leg. It had multiple fractures and needed daily dressing.

It was not an easy task as I had no tissues left to support my broken leg, but her faith was the only support that kept me strong.

With each passing day I felt better thanks to her love. 

Now coming to my love for number three. I love number three because I know the value of it.

I know how painful it would have been had I lost even my third leg. I don't believe in crying for what's lost. I believe cherishing what is left and making with it the most. 

I know how to create happiness wherever I go. If you want me to bring happiness in your life feel free to DM for details.

Ph - 7988167904

Tuesday, January 1, 2019

These two furbabies have had a tough existence. 

The sole purpose of keeping them alive by their master (backyard breeder) was to use and abuse their bodies to make money from their offsprings. Then their kittens would be sold at merely couple weeks old and the pair would be forcibly bred all over again. This happened for years together. Until the female's uterus collapsed and she could not carry on. They were both then dumped on the road with their bodies stashed in polyster bags. Like corpses.

But destiny had other plans for these two. They got a second chance. They were rescued, treated, and neutered. They were made to experience that good humans exist too.

Don't these two deserve a kind family in 2019 who can continue to love them for the rest of their life?

Interested folks from Mumbai / Delhi: Call / msg us on 9136127487 for Romeo-JulietπŸ’—πŸ’—

Monday, December 31, 2018


Late last night we got a call from a remote village about a pregnant dog who was unable to move. On reaching the site we were terrified to see the skinniest of dogs hardly breathing with two tiny legs dangling outside her😒She was hypothermic with a body temperature of 90.7 as recorded by the vet and had suffered a miscarriage with one fully grown dead pup stuck half outside her body.

We have done several rescues over the years in most horrific of circumstances but this was most heartbreaking!

We have named her Katori on her big kind eyes. Katori is in emergency care and needs immediate surgery. As per her vets all the pups are probably dead inside her and she is in Septic shock and severe trauma
😒😒 Her body temperature is being maintained by infra red light, heat belt and room heaters.

We are relying on you for your help in saving this no more than 8 months old pup.

We are raising INR 16000 for Katori's surgery and post operative care for next 15 days. We are certain you will help us save this tiny soul

Please Paytm your donation to 7042723301. Don't forget to mention 'For Katori' in your comments.

You may also donate via bank transfer at:
Bank Name- Kotak Mahindra
Bank City/State- Greater Noida
NAME ON ACCOUNT:Sophie Memorial Animal Relief Trust
IFSC Code: KKBK0005028
Account Type : Current
MICR Code: 110485062
Bank Account Number: 2711961359
Foreign benefactors may donate via:

Dog Bless
Team Sophie

7 months super energetic like his name.... Bolt is up for adoption.

Bolt, a pure lab is friendly and high on energy and needs someone equal to take care of him. Vaccinations are done and needs a forever home. Innocent as his eyes look to you, loving as he is.

If interested to adopt kindly WhatsApp me on 9004095909.

Adoption opens only for Mumbai and Navi Mumbai area. Adoption formalities mandatory. Family adopting Bolt will have to donate some food also for the needy.

Sunday, December 30, 2018

It’s been a gloomy Christmas for pet shops in Britain. The government plans to introduce legislation in 2019 to prohibit pet shops engaging in sales of dogs and cats. It will hold public consultations before making it law. It could well be termed Lucy’s Law to honor a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The spaniel died in 2016 and was unable to breed because it was confined to a small cage until it was rescued from a puppy farm in Wales in 2013.  Lisa Garner, an activist, gave Lucy shelter in her home and launched a social media campaign that led to the British Government considering this legislation.

Lucy is not an isolated case. It has been observed that pet shops supposedly indulge in exploitation and abuse of animals, keeping them confined in small cages for extended periods.

The Department of Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) said that anyone who wishes to get a cat or a dog will have to approach breeders or re-homing centres. DEFRA said that this law would end the misrable conditions that pets have to endure in puppy farms and it would also resolve some welfare issues.

While pet shops are the front end, the actual culprits are puppy farms that engage in high volume breeding and then flood the pet shops with animals. The puppy farms follow unethical practices and so do pet shops, treating animals as commodities. There are about 8.9 million dogs, 11.1 million cats and one million rabbits, many of them from puppy farms.

The legislation is bound to receive a warm welcome from pet lovers who have been appalled by the horrific treatment puppies and kittens endure. Claire Horton of Battersea Dogs Home in London welcomed this measure. She said that now, the pets will get a good start.  The said dog home was featured in TV series dealing with pet rescues.

Does this mean puppy farms and their horrendous practices will vanish overnight? It is a matter of speculation. They could go underground. So long as there is a market the suppliers will always be around.  About 49 percent of adults in UK owned or own at least one pet in 2018 said the Britain’s People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals charitable organization. Another reason for this nefarious trade in pets is that pets are usually given as gifts to adults and children alike. DEFRA advises people to avoid this practice of giving pets as a surprise gift.

A law was already enacted that banned licensed pet shops from dealing in pets under eight weeks of age. This is but one of the various initiatives of the Government for welfare of animals. The proposed legislation will make it mandatory for non-commercial rescue and re-homing organizations to be licensed.

The British do love pets and the government’s concern is worthy appreciation especially when one considers the Brexit tangle it is grappling with.

India, on the other hand, has a government and people that are light years behind in this area. It has become fashionable to buy fancy dogs to show off. It is these same people who, once the novelty wears off and the fact drills in that they have a long term commitment and expense on their hands, quietly take the dog, drive some distance, and abandon the hapless animal.

Wednesday, December 26, 2018

Hi everyone, this is Flora. She is a 7-8 months old female Indie pup. She was abandoned by her previous owner and was rescued in bad condition. She is healthy now. But hasn't been able to find a home for two months. She is very friendly. She is living in a paid boarding and very soon I won't be able to keep paying for it. Please help me find a home for her. She can't go back to the street as she is not used to it and won't survive. She is based in Bangalore, but I can transport her wherever her adopter will be. Thank you very much.

Let's find a home for the little kid Pablo pls? Let's grant him his Christmas gift now because hello!!!!!! Pablo has been a velly velly good boi till now.
So what I know about Pablo in last 5 months?
1. Pablo is a labrador boy n an oil burn survivor. He was abandoned on highway outside Ahmedabad. This boy happily sat in the car of the gentleman who brought him to me in the middle of the night because he had absolutely no place to go.
2. on the day 2 we thought he has skin issue on his chest area but our vet told me that someone has thrown a hot oil on him. Getting the hair back on that area is impossible. But he wears his scar on his body like a medal.
I would have been totally disgusted by humans if someone had done something to me but Pablo loves humans. He adores humans and crave for their company.
3. Pablo is 1.5-2 years old very young boy. He is vaccinated, dewormed and neutered.
4. He has a hurricane of energy trapped in that tiny little body. I am 5'7 ft tall woman and trust me he jump till my head when he is super excited. πŸ˜ It's so so so funny to see him jump like a monkey.
5. Pablo hates actually dispise other dogs and he doesn't discriminate between the gender. He just hates all the dogs. πŸ˜‚ So Pablo needs a home where he should be the only dog to hog on the attention.
6. Pablo is toilet trained and can live alone for good 7-8 hours on his own without doing any drama.
He is perfect dog for a family who doesn't mind long walks. If you are lazy, he is not the dog for you. He needs his daily dose of long walks. He is perfect for a working couple. Will not recommend him around very young kid n old people because of his niinja skills. πŸ˜
8. Pablo is an amazing amazing kid who just makes me proud for being a fighter and a joker. I really want him to go home where his scars will not be looked over and his funny antics will be cherished.
Pablo totally deserves his share of happiness, he deserves a home, a family and a happily ever after. It's time for him to go home now. He is currently in AHMEDABAD but if he gets a home outside, m happy to send this boy. πŸ˜Š
Can you pls pls pls share so that it reaches to his new family.
To Adopt Pablo, please drop a message on 9537112249. No phone calls will be entertained.
Thank you πŸ’“

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Providing shelter to senior and Handicapped cats and dogs is not an easy task at all.
Providing nutritious food on time and on customized menu, clean surroundings, regular vet check ups, exercises, constantly looking for signs of discomfort, taking the animals to vet comfortably and being there to referee fights that can turn ugly. It's a 24/7 job.
We are talking about our three sincere staff who stay on site with the residents. In spite of many disadvantages in the location of our present Home, they go the extra mile to ensure that all needs of the residents are met promptly. They are loved by our residents and their sincerity shows in the glowing faces of our furrys.
We intend providing better restroom facilities for our staff in the new location
Because they deserve it!!
Please help us by donating to the Crowdera fund raiser...we have received 16 PCT of our goal. There's a lot help we need urgently. The land to move into has been earmarked and waiting but we have a lot of work yet to be done and nothing can start without funding .

Thank you!!

Tommoy, almost 2 months old MALE puppy. 
He was rescued from the roads where people used hit, kick and throw stones at him. 
He has no place to go ! 

Can someone adopt him or foster him till he gets adopted ?
I can't afford paid foster..can give food. 

Contact 9082874675

Monday, December 24, 2018

Make this #Christmas memorable by bringing her to your home. She is lovely, #cute#adorablegirl . Her story is very #Sad . Her #mother died by run over a car. I found her crying behind her mother's dead body. I could not resist myself and immediately decided to get her at home.
She was just a few days old when i brought her home. Now she is a month old. Can you give a space in your home for my cute fur baby, Bella. She is in#Mumbai right now but can travel anywhere. She just need lots of #love, attention and care.
Contact now. #AdoptDontShop