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A Missed Call Can Make Government Pass the Animal Welfare Bill

31 Aug 2016 | by Deepshikha Tahiliani | Posted in: Wag News

Good news for all who have been working towards the animal welfare bill. Friendicoes, an organization has been putting all the efforts since last 35 years to aid people with protection, adoption and most importantly treatment of dogs in town. This mostly takes under stray dogs. Now this establishment is asking for your help. In order to request and urge the government to pass the Animal Welfare bill, it is asking you to give a call on this toll-free number- 180030005581. The call will disconnect automatically after two rings. This means you voted in favor of India Unites for Animals Movement. About 7500 calls were received in merely first hour of this initiative.


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With the increasing incidents of violence and cruelty to animals, it has become necessary to request the government to pass the animal welfare bill. It is absolutely essential to punish those who find fun in torturing dogs and other animals. Animals can’t voice themselves; hence we are the ones who have to do this job.


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You pet a stray dog and all you have is a smile on your face. The internal satisfaction not only makes you happy but also saves the little mutt roaming on the streets. Dog is the only animal who would love you to the moon and back in spite of your flaws. Therefore, it’s about time to take an action and support the noble cause.

Don’t wait up and quickly give a call to 180030005581.

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