The Blue Cross of India shares it's 50th year in 2014 and this project will help fund the tireless rescue service they provide for the sick and injured animals of Chennai, India.
On the streets of Chennai, thousands of dogs, puppies, cats and even cows struggle to survive. Enduring awful road accidents, vicious mistreatment or being abandoned, these animals need a voice, someone to help them in their time of need. The Blue Cross of India works so hard to save these sick and injured animals and to provide them with the chance to live on, rehabilitated and revived.
In 2014, our 50th year, we want to raise a record breaking amount of money to carry out all the rescues and rehabilitation necessary in Chennai. We want to improve upon our shelter and provide the best care we can for these animals. With this project we aim to begin a year in which we can truly act upon every ounce of compassion, in which we have the means to fight those who enact cruelty, and in which The Blue Cross of India can serve our fellow creatures with the dignity they deserve.
All across Chennai and parts of India animals are suffering and they need help. The extra funding created by this project will enable the rescue and ambulance service to continue it's dedicated work, and this offers the community someone to call if they want to help an injured animal but do not know where to turn. Alongside the rescue service we carry out animal birth control surgery which provides a long term solution to the high numbers of stray dogs and cats on the streets.