We have been receiving numerous calls enquiring about dog/cat adoption procedures at Krupa. Please note that Krupa gives puppies and dogs for adoption only to genuine animal lovers who will take care of the dog with compassion. We have, in some cases, refused to give our dogs to people whom we considered not very serious and happy about accepting the animals as they are.
Adoption procedure is usually undertaken on Sunday evenings. However you may visit Krupa any day and see the pets available for adoption.
Please call Poornima @ 9880563690 for adoption related queries.
This is what this lovely little puppy seems to be saying. All of two months, this puppy is active and full of life and mischief. It is also very loving and affectionate. But since it belongs to the class of non-breed Indian puppies, it is unwanted by one and all. No one to love, no one to belong to. If anyone kind enough, wants to give this little one a home and security, please do contact 9880563690.
This is the story of a little one-month abandoned pup. Till just a few days back, it did not have anything much to look forward to in life. The future seemed dark and uncertain. But one fine day all that changed. A kind family responded to our plea for its adoption, and travelled quite a long distance to fetch it. They saw the little pup and their decision to adopt it was instantaneous. And it was in this manner that little Tixie (as its new family has named it) went home. As is evident from the picture, Tixie has found love and happiness at last. We can only express our gratitude to the kind family that decided to take a homeless pup into its fold.
This is exactly the question the little puppy in the picture seems to be asking. The puppy is about a month old, active and healthy. If given a secure and loving home, it can grow up into an affectionate pet, bringing joy into people’s lives. Those interested in adopting this bundle of joy may contact 9880563690.
This is the story of Chintu, a lovely two month old puppy, brought one day to Krupa Animal Hospital, in a pathetic condition. The owner stated that Chintu had fallen from a height a few days back and after that was unable to get up or walk. His hind portion was paralyzed and he was dragging himself around. In fact he could barely even move his neck. He left his pup with the hope that something could be done to make it to be able to walk again. The treatment was started and now after a month, Chintu has regained movement of his limbs and is a bundle of energy, continuously on the move and even daring the older dogs. He will be sent home soon but not without some sound advice to his owner not to be more responsible and take good care of his pet in future.
The two lovely little one-month-old pups in the picture are part of a litter rescued and brought to Krupa hospital. They are very active, friendly and now old enough to be adopted into a loving family. Those wishing to give these pups a place in their home and heart may contact 9880563690.
Zoe was an ordinary rescued puppy, two month old female, with little hope of ever getting a family to call its own – for hardly anyone would want to adopt an orphaned Indian pup. But then fate had other plans in store for Zoe. She got adopted into a kind family but due to personal constraints her new owners could not keep her for long. When it looked almost certain that Zoe would be back at Krupa, another loving family came forward and adopted her. Now Zoe resides with her new family and is as happy as can be.