That is exactly what has happened with this lovely little puppy in the picture. Orphaned when just one month old, this puppy was lucky to be adopted by an extremely kind-hearted couple who named him Chinnu and took him home to give him a life filled with love and security. But few unavoidable circumstances forced them to bring back the puppy to the hospital with a heavy heart. Now the puppy is back where it
started, desolate and longing for the comfort of a home and missing its adopted parents of two weeks. Chinnu is extremely lively, active and full of mischief. If someone wants to bring the cheer back into
Chinnu’s life, by adopting him, please call one of the following numbers. 7829816208 or 9880563690.
Is what this lovely little puppy seems to be saying. A little bundle of joy and energy, this puppy was found on the streets, cold and hungry and brought to Krupa Hospital where it now resides, waiting for
the day when it will get a home and family of its own. This puppy is just is one of the scores of orphaned pups who stare into a bleak and uncertain future. Until we change our attitude towards these little waifs and come forward to adopt them, there is no hope of ever bringing in some sunshine into their dark lives.
ADOPT INDIAN DOGS. There are advantages.
1. Native breeds have excellent built-in immunity to diseases. Kidney and Liver failure in these dogs are very rare.
2. They live a long and healthy lives unlike exotic breeds which are in many cases unsuitable for tropical climates.
3. Indian dogs make very affectionate pets and are easy to maintain as they don’t need special fancy foods.
That is what this lonely little kitten seems to ask. The kitten is
about two months old and healthy and active. It would make a wonderful
pet if only some compassionate family would come forward and adopt it
before it joins the ever-swelling group of homeless, orphaned animals.
Is there someone out there to reach out to this kitten? Call 7829816208.
There is also a lovely mother cat with two naughty kitten available for adoption. You may see them on Sunday evening at KRUPA.
By Poornima Desai
That is exactly what the happy faces of this group of youngsters seems to suggest. They travelled a long way with the sole aim of adopting a homeless puppy and giving it a warm and loving home. The puppy is now happily settled with them in their home. If only more people would display compassion and come forward to adopt orphaned animals, it would bring in warmth and sunshine into the otherwise dark lives of these lovely creatures.
Several beautiful (some are all-white and all-black} and healthy Indian puppies are available for adoption. The puppies have been dewormed and vaccinated. Compared to foreign breeds, Indian dogs are much healthier, have in-built immunity to diseases and easier to maintain. They are friendlier and affectionate. Anyone willing to give them a loving home may contact Poornima @ 9880563690 Rajan @ 7829816208.
Scoopy (see pic) is a two year old Labrador, well trained and friendly is available for adoption. The family that keeps the dog is leaving city and they would like to give the dog to an affectionate home. The dog was kept with affection and care and the family wants a similar family to take care of him. Genuine dog lovers who would give him a loving home may contact Juri Sharma @ 08971254090, 08123863893, 09986502819 immediately.
The puppy in the picture was like any other orphaned pup, just a month
ago. It was malnourished as well and quite unsteady in its gait. But
little did any one know that good times were just round the corner. An
extremely compassionate person came to see the little puppy and
instantly decided to adopt it. Today, the lucky little puppy (named
Caeser) resides with his new family and is a picture of health and
That brings us to the question: how many puppies out of the hundreds
of homeless ones are as lucky as little Caeser? We fervently appeal to
more people to come forward and show compassion by adopting a homeless
puppies and bringing in happiness and cheer into their otherwise dark
Krupa Loving Animals–Animal Hospital and Shelter NGO, Bangalore
We welcome donations of cash or kind to Krupa. We are an NGO which is managed only through doantions and sponsers. Wedo not receive any government aid. Anything from animal lovers in the form of donation will be of great help.
Contact: Poornima 9880563690
Krupa Loving Animals is located in Kengeri Satellite Town, Bangalore (Near Hoysala Circle). Krupa's Mission is to help animals in distress, by means of care, medical treatment, boarding and rehabilitation.
Krupa currently does not run an ambulance service.
To avail of Krupa's services, people will need to bring the animal to Krupa for treatment. Krupa treats only stray animals especially stray dogs in trauma. To admit an animal or to visit Krupa, call:
9880563690 - Poornima
At present we are not taking abandoned pets due to space constraints.
16, 7 Main Road, Stage I, Kengeri Satellite Town
Bus stop: Hoysala circle
(This blog is maintained and updated by Krupa volunteers.)
Donations if in cash, could be made to the bank account, the details of which are provided below:
Name of account: KRUPA LOVING ANIMALS
Account Number: 376302010768130
IFSC Code: UBIN0537632
A/c Cust:ID: 215026798
Name of Bank: UNION BANK
Name of Branch: Chowdeshwari Temple Street Branch
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