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Animal Care on Wheels

by Jivdaya Charitable Trust
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Dog with tibia fracture
Dog with tibia fracture

Respected Donors!

Greeting from Jivdaya Charitable Trust!

Thank you for showing your support and trust in our work. Without your kindness and loving hands, we would not have been achieved our goals. We need your association with us for today and tomorrow to serve the speechless better.

Jivdaya Charitable Trust rendered free medical treatment and care to Sick, Injured and depressed stray animals at their local areas through our “Animal Care on Wheels” project. Aim of this project isto builds “a compassionate society where people and animals coexist”.

We have sensitized community members through the various outreach programs, one of which is running our three Mobile clinic Vans and reach people and their suffering strays on daily call basis.Recently we have come across one such case; during our field visit we have rescued a dogwith a deadly road accident from Thaltaj, Ahmedabad. The dog was run over by a car and nearly lost his hind leg. After a successful diagnosis and x-ray our clinical team found the dog had a terrible tibia fracture on his left hind leg. Thanks to our vets and staffs to save his leg through a pinning surgery (Intramedullary Pinning). 

The dog is under observation with regular bandaging, pain management, nutritious diet for its speedy recovery. Once he will get a clean bill of health, we will be able to send him back to his home. 

Your generous donation will create a beautiful society that will see co-existence of species in its full spirit, beauty and harmony.

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After surgery
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Feeding stray dogs
Feeding stray dogs

Dear friends

Greeting from Jivdaya Charitable Trust

The lockdown has affected all of us but has an enormous impact on the stray animals, specifically in the urban set up. The strays have no means of feeding themselves as all hotels, restaurants, roadside eateries; marketplaces are closed where they used to have easy access to food. Even the regular feeders are also not being able to go out for feeding honoring social distancing. Stray animals are starving, while the availability of food remains difficult, the animals are also being misunderstood and mistreated because of the rumors linking them to be the carriers of corona virus. Despite the World Health Organization (WHO) clarifying that animal cannot spread COVID-19Many healthy strays harassed, ill-treated and abandoned. During this extremely difficult period Jivdaya Charitable Trust providing food to over600 strays every day (especially dogs) in different part of the city and areas that are disconnected and secluded. We are trying hard with the limited resources to feed maximum number of strays so they can fight through and none of our furry friends lose the battle of life out of hunger.

Dear friends to sustain this feeding programme till the pandemic passes we need your supportive hands, prayers and generous donations, so please support us to take care of these innocent lives.

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Regular feeding
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On the spot treatment
On the spot treatment

Dear Friends

Stray animal rescue is one of the main focuses of our work here in Ahmedabad. As you know, thousands of animals live on the street of Ahmedabad. Animals, especially dogs, cat, cows are cruelly mistreated and often the victims of deadly road accident without a hint of compassion. Luckily, we do have community members and Jivdaya Premi (Animal lovers) that are compassionate and will call our Help Line if they see a sick or injured animal on the street. In the month of February, we have received many stray animals suffering from vehicular hit, injured due to fights or harmful objects. Our 3 mobile clinic vans remain superb busy through the month and expert clinical team with dedicated vet assistants started necessary treatment and follow up. Below is a summary of our treatment data van wise.


Total treatment of our 3 vans:

Van A1- 567

Van A2- 596

Van A3- 667

Total- 1830

Total number of animals treated

Species    No of animal

Dogs           1426

Cats             323

Cow              23

Monkey        03

Goat             31

Sheep          22

Ox                02


We are very thankful for your generous contribution till date.

Hoping for such great deed in the future too, which would enable our organization to take care of these speechless animals and release them back to their home.



Treatment at their local area
Treatment at their local area
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regular treatment for parvo affected dog
regular treatment for parvo affected dog

Dear Supporters!

Parvovirus is a seasonal disease for canines and this time we have started receiving almost 30 to 35 cases on the daily basis where our Jivdaya mobile clinic vans reached out to their local area for the treatment and fast recovery.

Canine parvovirus is a highly contagious viral disease which spreads rapidly in the Puppies, adolescent dogs and canines who are not vaccinated. It severely affects intestinal track and also the white blood cells, and when young animals are infected, the virus can damage the heart muscle and cause lifelong cardiac problem or can even prove to be fatal for the animals. The general symptoms of parvovirus are lethargy, severe vomiting, loss of appetite and bloody foul-smelling diarrhoea that can lead to life-threatening dehydration. Last month Jivdaya Charitable Trust successfully treated above 70 percent of dogs infected with parvovirus and provided intensive treatment, antibiotics, drugs to control the vomiting, intravenous fluids and other supportive therapies to control the symptoms and boost the dog’s immune system to help him win the battle against this dangerous disease.

Parvovirus is extremely contagious and can be transmitted by any person, animal or object that comes in contact with an infected dog's faces. Highly resistant, the virus can live in the environment for months, and may survive on inanimate objects such as food bowls, shoes, clothes, carpet and floors. It is common for an unvaccinated dog to contract parvovirus from the streets, especially in urban areas where there are many stray dogs. Although there are no drugs available that can kill the virus yet if it crosses the preliminary stage so vaccinate the dogs would be the best prevention for this deadliest disease.


Thank you for joining us and become a part of this amazing journey of animal welfare. We couldn’t have done this without the support and generosity of your donors, hoping for such great deed in the future too.

parvo treatment in our mobile clinic van
parvo treatment in our mobile clinic van
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On the spot treatment to stray animals
On the spot treatment to stray animals

Dear supporter

We are pleased to share the great news! We are much honored to have been recognized as a “Super star, Effective, Top ranked & Fully Vetted organization” on GlobalGiving! Thank you GlobalGiving team for your Valuable Support & Guidance through the year. A huge Thanks to all our Supporters, Donors & who made it possible!

Every single day we receive animals that are suffering and need help.  They rely on us and we rely on you, our donors. Thousands of homeless animals in the city of Ahmedabad, being looked after by caretakers or shelters and in need of medical care. Animals get hit by cars, need vaccines to prevent deadliest diseases, need treatment for infected wounds etc. Jivdaya Charitable Trust has taken on this project so that stray and abandoned animals can live a healthy and happy life. Last month we have treated many cases involved the vehicular hit, injured due to fights or harmful objects, Parvovirus, Canine Distemper, tumors, fractures, etc.

Below is a summary of the treatment our Animal Mobile Clinic vans have done in the month of January 2020.  

Total treatment summary of 3 vans: 2364 cases
Van A1: 475
Van A2: 471
Van A3: 1418

Total animal treated: 1814
Dogs: - 1449
Cats: - 305
Cows: - 17

Monkey: - 06


Horse: - 04

Bull: - 01

Buffalo: - 02

Rabbit: - 03

Hamster: - 01

Thank you for joining us and become a part of this amazing journey of animal welfare. We couldn’t have done this without the support and generosity of your donors, hoping for such great deed in the future too.


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Jivdaya Charitable Trust

Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat - India
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Ahmedabad, Gujarat India
$18,185 raised of $50,000 goal
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