Voice for Voiceless - Magic Collars for Stray Dogs

Bhumi
for Bhumi
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Nithi Nithish

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According to data from the NGO, Blue Cross, between November 1 and December 31, 2015, around 1,115 injured dogs were rescued from the roads in Chennai following accidents. There are so many more animals of course, who do not even have a chance to be rescued and simply die on the roads. In a short span of time since the launch of magic collars, the initiative has been replicated in several cities across India with the involvement of several animal welfare volunteers and NGOs. The objective of this project is to put magic collars on 500 street dogs. This will be accomplished in two phases in partnership with NGOs and volunteers.

On the basis of this research, we have decided to put reflective collars to save Dogs & Cattle from being killed. Join me as I hope for a accident-free environment for animals in Chennai. You can be a part of this initiative by contributing Rs.100/- for two collars.

₹ 5,600

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₹ 31,500
0
Days Left
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