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Activists In Raipur Take A Stand Against Stray Dog Abuse [News]

10 Jul 2014 | by Krithika | Posted in: Wag News

Many people who view dogs as a menace or those we don't really term as ‘animal lovers’ are more than people who love animals. In various areas, there could be thousands of people who desire peace and cleanliness over dogs barking and littering their area for obvious reasons. There could also be some amongst this big lot of people who want to work for the welfare of these mute species.

Thus, by contradicting the belief of the people of Raipur who feel that the dogs in their locality are an absolute menace, a group of youth are on a mission to save stray dogs cruelly caught by animal graspers and thrown outside.

These animal graspers, pick the dogs up brutally and dump them in big vans. These vans may have hundreds of dogs that are dumped and cannot move much because of the lack of space. They believe that clearing the locality and throwing these poor creatures on a land that they have no idea about will ‘clean’ their area, not realising the physical, mental and emotional damage they would cause the canine.

 

raipur stray dog

source:mwebantu.com

 

With a divine mentality and the love for animals, this group of youth are seemed to have been inspired by a bollywood flick “chillar party” that claims that not all canines are harmful and should not be mishandled.

They also approached TOI with their concern along with a middle aged lady.

 

Such noble causes come across the world are gaining popularity and appreciation amongst animal lovers.

 

If you too have worked for a noble cause of rescuing a pet then you can share of own story of absolute heroism with us.

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