If you love animals, please support the efforts of HelpAnimalsIndia.org which works directly with activists, animal advocates and rescue organizations. This video shows only a few of the many projects and organizations that they work with. HelpAnimalsIndia.org consists of people working on a grassroots level with others to help animals in India. One of our partner charities is "Animal Nepal" which rescues, treat and prevent abuse for donkeys at the brick laying factories. Our groups we help provides assistance for dogs and cats. Due to the large population of stray dogs and cats, HelpAnimalsIndia.org provides, medical care, food, shelter and spay and neuter and rabies shots for thousands of dogs and cats.. Cows may be sacred but they also suffer. "The Plastic Cow Project" at VSPCA helps cows who have ingested plastic bags due to the vast amount of waste and minimal availability for pastures for grazing.
There are so many other animals that HelpAnimalsIndia.org assists. It is because of the support of animal lovers around the world that this assistance is possible. Please take a moment to see just how far your donations can go as you take a glimpse into the world of animals in need. Kindly visit www.helpanimalsindia.org and show your support for this outstanding organization! Thank you!
"I need Love" song kindly donated by "Daylight for Deadeyes" to help VSPCA and India's animals.
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