This little one-month old pup in the picture has surely not had much to cheer about in its little life. Having lost its mom right after birth, it was fed and looked after by compassionate people and managed to survive the initial few weeks. But misfortune struck soon when a mother with a litter of her own grabbed this little puppy by its head and would have killed it had the caretakers not rescued it in time.
But the damage was done. The little puppy had severe injuries on the head and face resulting in its being blinded in one eye. Now, the puppy has recovered from its ordeal and is healthy and active but has lost the vision in one eye. But it has not lost the hope of finding a loving home and a family to which it can belong.
This little puppy in the picture was brought to Krupa Animal Hospital after being rescued from the middle of a busy street. The belt in the neck suggests that this is either an abandoned or lost puppy. The puppy was in a state of shock because of its ordeal in the street and it took a few days to bring it back to normalcy. Now the puppy is healthy and active and seeks the security of a home of its own. Those interested in giving this little puppy a happy home can contact us @ 9880563690 / 7829816208
1. The lovely little dog in the picture is a white pomerenian about 6 months old. She is very friendly and would bring a lot of cheer to the family which would adopt her. She is healthy and active. Those wishing to adopt her can contact 7829816208 or 9880563690.
2. This Labrador pup about one year old was abandoned outside Krupa Hospital premises. He is very friendly and active and would love to have a home he can call his own. He is sure to bring happiness to the family that adopts him. Those interested in giving this little dog a loving home, please contact 7829816208 or 9880563690.
Of late KRUPA has been receiving numerous Indian puppies people found on roads, suffering and struggling in the winter chill. KRUPA, even despite its limitations and problems, cannot refuse to accept these innocent babies. Even while we find it increasingly difficult to maintain the growing population of sick animals, the important point is that the puppies are prone to infections in a facility meant for treating sick animals. Mortality rate of these puppies is quite high.
In such a situation we appeal to all animal lovers to come to KRUPA and adopt some of these orphaned puppies so that they can be relocated to avoid infection. KRUPA visitors, please spread the word to provide a loving home for these puppies.
IN NEED OF A LOVING HOME
These lovely little puppies are two of a litter of five puppies, retrieved from the roadside in a pitiable condition, as their mother had perished in an accident. The puppies were cleaned, dewormed and given nutritious food in addition to multivitamins. The puppies are about a month old and are either black, black-brown or tan in color. There is one female and four males and all are equally loveable and beautiful. All they need is a home to call their own and oodles of love and care. Here’s hoping that there will be many who will come forward to take them into their fold and their homes.
It was on a cold and rainy night that one of our volunteers at Krupa found a beautiful Golden Retriever abandoned and lying motionless in the middle of the road quite close to the shelter. On closer examination, he found that one of its eyes was swollen and there were wounds filled with pus. With the help of some passersby, he shifted it to the Krupa shelter. Here Goldie (as she was named owing to her glowing golden coat) was treated by the doctor and tended to by the caretaker. In course of time the wounds healed and Goldie was back to normal. She soon won the hearts of all by her extremely friendly nature. One day a lady called Mitul came to visit the shelter, instantly fell in love with Goldie and decided to adopt . Now Goldie lives in her new home with her new ‘mom’ and is as happy as can be.
Raja is an abandoned Doberman available for adoption at Krupa.
After being in Krupa for more than 6 months, Raja has now found a home. Mr.Sateesh liked him and decided to adopt him. Now Raja is happy in his new home and adores his new master. Mr.Sateesh too dotes on him. This is one story with a happy ending :)
Few weeks ago, on a rainy night, a litter of pups was found abandoned outside the gates of Krupa. The staff of Krupa took the pups in, cleaned them, fed them. Over the next few days, the pups were dewormed also.
The pups have now become strong and active, and are available for adoption.
Recently, 2 of the pups got adopted by Mr.Vijayakumar of Hennur, Bangalore.
The following pups are awaiting their turn for a loving home.If you are interested in adopting, please get in touch.
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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