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  • Cat meat in India: how to help cats and other animals

    April 10, 2016

    Caring for cats is a never-ending challenge for the groups we support in India. Having a cat as a companion animal is relatively new in many parts of India. So there is an ever growing need to educate people about responsible cat care. Even when people want to do the right thing, there are few veterinarians in India who know how to spay and neuter their cats. Many don't even know the basics of feline medicine. More →

  • Love for animals weaves our work together

    February 9, 2016

    In this special Valentine's day newsletter, we'd like to talk about something invisible, something intangible: how love for animals weaves our work together. More →

  • Two important projects you'll want to know about

    December 16, 2015

    As the final days of the year are upon us, Help Animals India would like to take a moment to express our gratitude for your help this year and to talk about two projects that will change lives and communities in 2016. More →

  • 2015: A year of many firsts

    November 12, 2015

    What a year 2015 has been - a year of so many firsts at Help Animals India! Once again, we have supported new clinics and new projects. Your donations have saved thousands of lives - from dogs and cats to cows, equines, monkeys, birds, turtles, and elephants. More →

  • Helping animals by changing society: reports from the field

    August 25, 2015

    Representatives from Help Animals India have been busy this year visiting Indian NGOs to ensure your donations are going exactly where they are most needed! We are happy to share with you a few of the first-hand impacts of projects that YOUR donations support, as well as the tireless people who are instrumental in changing the world for animals! More →

  • Justice for Aneesha and other hapless elephants in India

    June 18, 2015

    As a baby Aneesha was poached from her family in the wild in North-Eastern India where there are still many free elephants. She was then brought across India to be sold into timber slavery, first in Kerala and then across India again in Tamil Nadu, being sold many times she lived in isolation and neglect. She was emaciated, arthritic, and in desperate need of veterinary attention. More →

  • Nepal emergency, dogs, cows and an elephant!

    May 21, 2015

    In light of the recent Nepal earthquakes, Help Animals India has expanded its borders to distribute emergency relief aid to animal care NGOs and individuals in neighboring Nepal. More →

  • Kindness and Transformation for India's animals

    February 6, 2015

    It's been a very exciting time for our partners in India, all thanks to your kind donations! Here, in a nutshell, is what they - and we - have been up to lately. Read on for more great stories! More →

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