The dog in the picture was presented at Krupa Hospital with deep
maggot-filled wounds in the head. The maggots had gone so deep inside
that the animal had to be sedated and the maggots meticulously
removed. The dog has responded positively to the treatment and is
slowly but surely recovering.
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
That human callousness and apathy know no bounds is amply evident from the plight of this poor little calf. Abandoned by its master (!) to roam the streets, this calf became the victim of a horrific accident when a speeding vehicle went over its hind portion. The car did not stop even to look back. The calf lay on the road crying out in acute pain until passersby came to its rescue and it was shifted to safety. But the damage has been done. The calf has a clear fracture of the pelvis and femur as was evident from the x-ray. The calf is being given adequate rest and physiotherapy as advised by the doctors but whether it will ever recover enough to lead a normal life is something that time alone can tell.
The two lovely little kittens in the picture are barely a month old.
Both are females and are a bundle of fun and frolic. Rescued by a
kindly person in a miserable state, these two motherless kittens have
been nursed back to health as is evident from the picture. Now they
would love to have a home they can call their own. Those interested in
adopting these lovely kittens, please contact 9880563690 or
Earlier we had given a message for adopting this unfortunate puppy. He was admitted here a few weeks ago with a bad injury on his back. A big portion of his skin was chopped out in an accident. After intensive treatment and care the wound healed leaving a scar. He became a healthy and bubbly puppy. A compassionate father–son duo came to Krupa to readily adopt him. He is now one happy little bundle of joy.
The dog in the picture is of a Labrador (male, about 3 years old) who
is facing a crisis in his life. Due to some compelling reasons, his
owner does not want to keep him and wishes to give him away. Those
interested in giving this pet a loving home may please contact one of
the following numbers.