Meet Shalini- a Hindustan Times Awardee 2017 for excellence in animal care.
Shalini runs Mercy for all Society- an organization that seeks to rescue abandoned animals and provide them with a loving nurturing home.
"We Mercy for All Society family are desperately looking for some kind-hearted and genuine supporters to save our rescued animal's precious lives.
We picked them up from drains, streets, highways, homes and brought them back to life after treating and nourishing them. We build up the lacking faith towards human beings in their broken hearts. We told them that still humanity is alive and people are there to care for them.
"We need to buy the land to shift all our fellow beings. Please raise your hands in support and save these four-legged, voiceless children from being homeless once again."
These kittens were orphaned when a car driver crushed their mother bringing food for them. Two guys chased the cat who held that food in her mouth and died after reaching to her kids across the road. Those guys picked up these babies who were just 10-12 days old and brought them to Shalini.
Shalini took them in, nursed them and now they are happy family members at Mercy For All Society.
As of now, there are over 70 animals in Shalini’s shelter. These include dogs, cats, cows, donkeys, monkeys, and even birds. The shelter is located 15 km away from her house and Shalini stays there with her rescued four legged babies from morning to evening.