Ailing animals respond to treatment faster when treatment is given to them without changing their natural habitat. Our three Mobile Clinic Vans give on the spot treatments to ailing un-owned animals in their home ground in Ahmedabad city, India. These vans are also equipped to perform minor surgeries as well as vaccination against rabies. This project has helped and saved over 74,700 animals till date. We believe Improving the welfare of animals in communities benefits both people and animals.
Animals and people have co-existed for thousands of years, with animals playing a vital role in natural ecosystems and communities across the globe. Despite the strong relationship people have with animals, many animals suffer poor welfare. Over 104,000 injured and ill animals reported in the past decade within our project location. Free roaming animals are often inhumanely treated in misguided attempts to eliminate diseases such as rabies, anthrax, tuberculosis, influenza, etc.
This project will improve animal welfare of un-owned, free roaming animals living in human dominated areas in urban as well as rural setting. We will provide care and comfort to suffering animals through veterinary interventions for illness, diseases, and injuries. One important aspect of this project will be prevention of various zoonotic diseases like rabies, anthrax, tuberculosis, influenza, etc. by vaccinating animals in Ahmedabad and in turn improving public health.
This project will help build a compassionate society where people and animals coexist. We will sensitize community members through the various outreach programs. This project will be a major contributor towards making our city free of rabies and other zoonotic diseases, which will direct help build a healthier space for people.