One of our main focus is ABC (animal birth control) or spay/neuter/rabies vaccinations for street/community dogs and cats. From the training of animal handlers to learning the more humane way of catch and release (with a net); to the best practices of sterile operations; the veterinarians we support are helping thousands of street animals.
VSPCA has helped over 80,000 community/street dogs – each operation only costs $15, will you help us?
Our groups are called day and night for countless rescue operations for many different types of animals – all saved from a cruel fate and much suffering!
Help Animals India has funded vehicles for rescuing animals both large and small and picking up community dogs for animal birth control.
For HOPE and Animal Trust – first we funded this motor bike:
And now we have this:
The Project at AASHRAY, Varanasi had no vehicle for large animals; we funded this converted school bus:
Before JBF (Just Be Friendly) only had this:
Help Animals India funded this ambulance, what an impact it makes as it goes along the chaotic streets of the busy city of Guwahati, Assam:
Billboards! Concepts of helping community (street) dogs are new in most of India. Our sponsorship of this billboard in the heart of the mid-sized fast growing city of Ranchi advertises how to help the animals (by phoning HOPE and Animals for rescue) also a plea to adopt them instead of buying a “purebred” dog.
Also in Ranchi we funded the first animal sanctuary for the entire state.
India is a fast developing economy but many products needed to help the animals are not available there, we try and send over as many supplies as we can.
Poor sweet Maria was just another of the run over street pups and she is now able to live out her life at VSPCA sanctuary thanks to the wheelchair our donors sent over for her.
Help Animals India is very concerned about the environment and its effects on the animals. Here is the Plastic Cow project at VSPCA photo showing one of the many poor cows AFTER her operation with all the plastic removed from her stomach next to her. She is one of the lucky ones who have the operation if we have funding to give.
VSPCA has hundreds of rescued cows and other animals at their new Kindness Farm. Your donations are desperately needed to support.
VSPCA conducts horse camps, without them the working horses of the city would have no vet care whatsoever.
Our humble presence at the Portland VegFest, through our efforts trying our best to fundraise for the hard working activists/advocates for the animals in India. They are the ones who inspire us and we know how much even a small contribution can do to help their work, save lives and ease suffering. (Left: Eileen Weintraub Right: Jessika Ava)