animal welfare

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Petition to Animal lovers

Dhyan Foundation Home to 8000 plus rescued Animals -Please Support Us !

Dear Animal Lovers.. There was a time when India was synonymous to benevolence, where animals, birds, forests and trees were worshiped. Today in the same country India, voiceless creatures are being tortured terribly and destruction of natural resources is rampant. Somewhere dogs are being burnt and their burnt bodies are hung up on rods to be displayed abusively throughout the city and elsewhere tails of cow and bulls are broken deliberately, tobacco or chili pepper is rubbed into their eyes and they are loaded mercilessly in trucks for trafficking.Peacocks are being killed brutally for their meat, bullets are being fired on monkeys and camels are butchered openly.... Between all this inhumane treatment of animals there is a ray of hope in the form of animal activists and ngos who are working day and night putting their lives in risk for these speechless beings, out of compassion and their sense of responsibility to save creation. Dhyan Foundation is one of such rare organizations which is giving shelter,food,medicine etc to 8000 plus such animals through more than 30 gaushalas,dog shelter and many feeding points for dogs/monkeys across the country. 90% of the animals sheltering in Dhyan Foundation Gaushalas are rescued by animal activists from meat mafia/cattle smugglers and rest 10% injured in road accidents or abandoned by their owners for no more being of any use to them. We really feel contented taking care of these creation’s gift to mankind.But no monetory help from govt making us strive hard against this evil. Kindly help us feeding these innocent beings . TO CONTRIBUTE Dhyan Foundation (Within India in Indian rupees): Account #00921000102439, IFSC Code: HDFC0000092, HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi ** All donations made to Dhyan Foundation are exempted from Tax under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act 1961 Dhyan Foundation (ONLY from outside India Or for currency other than Indian Rupees): Account #00921170000063, IFSC Code: HDFC0000092, HDFC Bank, GK 1, New Delhi Swift Code: HDFCINBBDEL ** Dhyan Foundation is registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) For more information, 09810310987 Email us transfer details at  Dhyan Foundation Sheltering,Feeding,Treating...... Dhyan Foundation owned gaushalas, 271 cattle @ Chaitra Gaushala, Mandya, Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5Lac/month) 300 cattle @ Barodiya Gaushala, Rajasthan (Expense incurred, Rs.4 Lac/month) 26 cattle @ Delhi Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.40K/month) 650 cattle @ Sahyog Gaushala Challur, Telangana (Expense incurred, Rs.5Lac/month) 10 cattle @ Chennai Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.16-17K/month) 110 cattle @ Gorakhpur Gaushala (Expense incurred, Rs.70K/month)  Bhubneshwar started in Jan2018 6 more new gaushalas starting in Odisha by March2018 Dhyan Foundation independently manages, 95 cattle @ Quepem Gaushala, Goa (Expense incurred, Rs.1.5Lac/month) 150 cattle + 11 dogs @ Quitla Gaushala, Goa (Expense incurred, Rs.1.5Lac/month) 98 cattle @ Zamaulim Temple Gaushala, Goa (Expense incurred, Rs.1.5Lac/month) 135 cattle @ Mekedatu Gaushala, Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.2Lac/month) 570 cattle @ Gubbi Gaushala, Tumkur, Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.8Lac/month) 219 cattle @ Anand Gaushala, Kolkata (Expense incurred, Rs.2.30 Lac/month) 500 cattle @ Chilkur Balaji Gaushala, Barwa, Telangana (Expense incurred, Rs.4 Lac/month) 350 cattle @ Dharbhanga Gaushala, Bihar (Expense incurred, Rs.2 Lac/month) 220 cattle @ Village Chauka Gaushala, Mahoba, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.1Lac/month) Dhyan Foundation supports, 10 cattle @ Jeev Ashray, Lucknow (Expense incurred, Rs.7-8K/month) 28 cattle @ Shri Krishna Gaushala, Ghazipur, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.26K/month) 15 cattle @ Narain Gau Seva, Balasore, Odisha (Expense incurred, Rs.15K/month) 200 cattle @ Mehboob Nagar, Telangana (Expense incurred, Rs.2Lac/month) 20 cattle @ Kapila Gaushala, Kochi (Expense incurred, Rs.60 K/month) 150 cattle @ Janhit Seva Samiti Gauseva Kendra, Patiala (Expense incurred, Rs.30K/month) 105 cattle @ Navjyoti Gaushala, Chattisgarh (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month) 40 cattle @ Kapila Gaushala, Charavatoor, Kerala (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month) 45 cattle @ Palakkad Gaushala, Kerala (Expense incurred, Rs.1.25Lac/month) 40 cattle @ Sitapur Gaushala, UP (Expense incurred, Rs.25K/month) Dhyan Foundation feeds, 150 stray cattle in Ludhiana (Expense incurred, Rs.30K/month) 71 cattle @ Kishanganj, Bihar (Expense incurred, Rs.80K/month) Dhyan Foundation Dog shelters, 100 dogs @ Yogi Ashwni Animal Shelter, Haryana (Expense incurred, 1.5L/month) Dhyan Foundation feeds stray Dogs, 700 strays @ 107 FAD points in Delhi (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5L/month) 21 strays @ 2 FAD points in Kerala (Expense incurred, Rs.8K/month) 6 strays @ 3 FAD points in Tamil Nadu (Expense incurred, Rs.3K/month) 164 strays @ 37 FAD points in Maharashtra (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month) 192 strays @ 27 FAD points in Punjab (Expense incurred, Rs.65K/month) 41 strays @ 9 FAD points in Andhra Pradesh (Expense incurred, Rs.15K/month) 28 strays @ 7 FAD points in Karnataka (Expense incurred, Rs.10K/month)  110 strays @ Points in Kolkata (Expense Incurred 24k/monthly) Dhyan Foundation provides for, 400 monkeys daily @ Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh (Expense incurred, Rs.60K/month) 200 monkeys daily @ Manger Village, Delhi (Expense incurred, Rs.50K/month) 100 monkeys daily @ Jhaku Temple, Simla (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month) 100 monkeys thrice weekly@ Shiv Temple, Kesaragutta, Hyderabad (Expense incurred, Rs.6K/month) 40 monkeys weekly @ Alpiri forests, Tirupati (Expense incurred, Rs.2K/month) 30 monkeys twice weekly @ Chamundi Hills, Mysore (Expense incurred, Rs.2.5K/month) 20 monkeys five times weekly @Ghaziabad ,U.P (1.5k/month) Dhyan Foundation rescued camels, 61 camels @ Malda, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.3L) 61 camels @ Kishanganj, Bihar (Expense Incurred of transport, Rs.3.5L) 30 camels @ Islampur, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.2.75L) 16 camels @ Jodhpur, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.26K) 15 camels @ Barmer, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.35K) 15 camels @ Barmer, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.30K) 5 camels @ Raiganj, West Bengal (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.50K) 30 camels @ Hanumangarh, Rajasthan (Expense incurred for transport, Rs.30K) 9 camels @ coochbehar, West Bengal (Expense Incurred 1.25 L) 13 camels @ Islampur,West Bengal (Expense Incurred 1.5 L) 2 camels   @ Itahar ,West Bengal (Expense Incurred 50k) Dhyan Foundation Camel Shelter, 10 camels @ Barodiya Gaushala, Rajasthan (Expense incurred, Rs.20K/month)      

Dhyan Foundation
1,829 supporters
Started 2 months ago

Petition to Smt. Mehbooba Mufti Sayeed


An average of 22,000 pilgrims visit the Vaishno Devi Shrine in the beautiful state of Jammu, every single day, with some days exceeding 50,000 devotees. The climb to the shrine begins in a region called Katra and involves a 14 km hike uphill to the shrine via steep slopes and narrow lanes. The point of a pilgrimage is to wash aways your sins and to test and strengthen your faith – yet, a recent visit to Vaishno Devi left one pilgrim shocked and saddened, causing him to “lose his faith in humanity,” as he watched devotees unwittingly sin against God and humanity in their ignorant abuse of the mute, helpless mules, donkeys and horses – many of whom are blind, lame, pregnant and suffering from diseases – that are made to carry the pilgrims up the mountain to the shrine. There are nearly 20,000 mules and donkeys working at Vaishno Devi that spend their entire day trudging painfully up and down the steep and precarious slope carrying an average of 90-100 kilos on their back in all sorts of weather conditions, beaten, prodded and abused all the way to force them to keep moving even when their exhausted bodies are beginning to give way under the pain and stress of what they are made to do. Despite claims that veterinary care is available reports and first hand experiences show that help is rare and hardly forthcoming for these poor beings. It is saddening, and hypocritical, to use the brutal abuse and torture of a sentient but voiceless being, to supposedly affirm ones faith in God, while systematically destroying ones faith in humanity. After all, are they not God’s creatures too? Sign our petition to raise your voice for these voiceless animals that cannot themselves protest the unnecessary atrocities being committed against them in the name of religion.    

Friendicoes SECA
928 supporters
Update posted 2 months ago

Petition to Devendra Fadnavis, PM Narendra Modi, Ministry of Environment, Ministry of agriculture and wildlife., Prakash Javadekar

Save stray animals. They are the loveliest of all.

There are so many pet lovers. Everyone likes to adopt breeds and not the stray animals which are homeless. People need to understand the sensitivity and importance of stray animals. Stray animals are cute and adorable. One of the major issue related to stray animals is the increasing number of stray animals. One of the worst thing about stray animals is that people have the mindsets that stray dogs and cats are harmful, cruel and have no love. Instead they are the one's who love you the most if you show them care and affection. I still remember that one of the foundation asked me to adopt a kitten (stray). They didn't check his health and I received him. When I received him, I realised that his tail and his nerves( urinary and anal) were numb. I messaged one of the foundation member and informed him about the situation. He wasn't bothered about it and said "WOW, TAKE HIM TO VET". I don't know what made him ' WOW' about the kitten's health. He didn't even bother to hospitalize the kitten. And today the cute little kitten is no more. The foundation is one of the famous  foundation and their visions and missions are fake.  Animal rights are: 1. It is the fundamental duty of every citizen of India to have compassion for all living creatures. Article 51A(g). 2. To kill or maim any animal, including stray animals, is a punishable offence. IPC Sections 428 and 429. 3. As per Indian law, street dogs cannot be beaten, killed or driven away or displaced or dislocated, they can only be sterilized in the manner envisaged in the The Animal Birth Control (Dogs) Rules, 2001 enacted under the Indian Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act 1960 (A Central Act), vaccinated, and then returned back to their original locations. And there myriads of law but none of them are implemented.  Problems that are faced by stray animals: In India, no matter how big the constitution is, the animals are not given their rights and are always at the risk of euthanizing. The government of India should always conduct a survey regarding the population and growth of stray animals. Though the survey is conducted still the strays are not looked after. There are 30 million stray dogs. There are vets or pet food brands who keep camps regarding neutering the animals so as to inhibit the population of stray animals in USA. This concept should be implemented more often in India. The dog catchers. The dog catchers of many foundations or animal shelter home are useless. They are not trained and they are precisely to euthanize animals. For example: In my locality they are dogs. Some people called upon the dog catchers who were untrained. They had a dog which was infected with rabies. Eventually we didn't allow them to take our dogs away. People have the wrong mindsets of stray animals. Even if you don't feed the stray animals ( especially dogs), they are the one's who will take care of your locality more than the watchman present in the society or the particular locality. If a stray animal is hit by car or they have some other injuries or disease, there are very least amount of vet who will do the surgery or treatment for free. For instance: One of the dog in our locality has got some fracture in its leg. None of the vet is ready to do it for free. The government of India should make some animal related projects and 'implement' them. One of the main aim of the government should be that every city or town should have atleast one shelter home which works for the strays and they should have all the facilities like: MRI scan, ultrasound or sonography, proper employment or salary for the people working in the shelter home, numerous antibiotics and vets and surgeon support.  There are foundations where people do not take cats . They only take dogs. Government of India should make shelter homes who care for cats and kittens also. Although they are easy to manage, still the shelter home do not take cats. It should be made mandatory in schools to teach children to love animals and not to throw stones. Humanity is one that schools never teach. There should not only be humanity between humans but also animals.  In India, there are still such small places where the cats are slaughtered to praise the God. Animal slaughtering should be banned in India.  No matter in what condition the dogs and cats are, the animal shelter home should always be ready to have  them and treat them with proper medication. Children should be taught that animals are their friends and they should stop throwing stones. Government should provide funds to the vet so that they can improvise stray animal's health. Cats and dogs both are adorable. They need love and attention. They need care and medication. As an Indian citizen and as an individual each one should contribute their love and time to the stray animals and be the one to stop the harsh treatment given to them by people.

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