I belong to the best breed called 'Rescued'. I do not like to remember the first awful year of my life, but after I adopted my pack I lived the good life for 12 years. I loved to dance, to go out and come back home; I loved my blue blanket and my ‘Piggie’. And I loved food. Yes, FOOD, especially eggs and EGGS! Also, my best friend said no slippers were safe from me. What I loved mostest though was my pack.
My pack was the best. PRERNA BINDRA was my Chief-of-Staff-cum-Soulmate-cum-Nurse. She saves wild animals and the world! I loved everything about her except that sometimes she would go away for minutes and hours (and sometimes even DAYS). But she always come back, and that made me happiest. And we would dance with joy.
I loved and loved my best friend, JASPREET BINDRA who importantly was also my Chief Financial Officer. He always indulged me with yummy treats.
All of us had many adventures together. Stay tuned, my (bestselling) book will be out someday soon.
I was fortunate (and so were my pack) that I found the best home, but mine is a rare case.
Sadly, thousands of dogs are abandoned for the flimsiest of reasons: if they shed, or fall ill, or because the ‘owners’ are moving town. Usually dumped on the streets (I was pushed out of a car), it is very difficult for such ‘pet’ dogs to survive. We are lost, bewildered and heartbroken. But there good people and organisations who give us shelter, take care of us and help us find loving homes.
Please, will you help all such good doggos?
Inspired by Charlie, a three-legged Indian Dog who was an established figure in the field of canine therapy, CARE rescues and rehabilitates animals in need.
IDA INDIA is a non profit grass root level animal protection organisation, dedicated towards establishing and defending the rights of all non - human living creatures.
Friendicoes, a registered society, boasts of an OPD, an in-house clinic for strays, two operation theaters, as well as a sanctuary in Gurgaon that houses about a thousand animals.