Since grade 8th In school, all of us have studied theories of the food chain. Here’s something we’ve all heard, learnt, and believed to be the gospel truth.
‘Human beings are on top of the food chain’
A simple Google search today can prove that to be untrue. However, the
Welfare for Animals in Goa (W.A.G) has been active in street animal welfare since July 2012. The organization is a registered trust and mainly works mainly in North Goa.
W.A.G was set up by a team of three driven individuals- Atul, Dev and Stephanie- with many years of experience in
“The world does not belong to us. We have just been given a space to live in. We need to learn to share this space with other living creatures as well” –With this mission, PAWS Thrissur was registered as a charitable trust in June 2012. They are one of the
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‘The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”
PFA Morena is an organisation with humble beginnings. It was set up in March, 2000 with a few likeminded people who wanted to serve stray and diseased animals, and contribute to a healthy environment.
The organisation almost immediately began work on saving the peafowl, which was extensively poached in the
People for Animals Wardha unit is an oasis for animals in central Maharashtra. It was registered as a charitable trust in 2000, and is recognized by the AWBI. The organisation runs an animal shelter and a wildlife rescue and rehabilitation center recognized by the Central Zoo Authority – the best
ResQ is a charitable trust based in Pune, which provides emergency care and medical facilities to street animals in trauma. Since its inception in 2007, the organisation has provided treatment for 16000 animals. After coming across several animal emergencies and not being able to find timely help, we decided that
RAWW is one of the most active organisations in the country with the youngest set of wildlife rescuers and activists- most members and volunteers between the age group of 18 to 30 years. The organisation is also the newest member of FIAPO, having come to national limelight after their active
Welfare for Animals in Goa (W.A.G) is one of the esteemed member of FIAPO, and has been active in street animal welfare since July 2012. The organization is a registered trust and mainly works mainly in North Goa.
W.A.G was set up by a team of three driven individuals- Atul,
Stray Relief Animal Welfare, more commonly known as STRAW India is a pioneer institution working to promote animal welfare throughout the country. The objective of STRAW is to promote and develop a positive, respectful, and caring bond between people and animals everywhere.
‘A caring attitude is hidden deep inside each