On last four Years, Team Gau Dhyan foundation and People for Animals. A FIR was lodged against the accused on the same day and the interim custody of the animals was granted to PFA Sirohi.
After the rescue, we found that 90% of the camels were sick. They were dehydrated and starved with their ribs showing, and their hooves were damaged due to the long walk of over 800 miles. They were not given enough food or water during the journey. All the camels were wounded badly due to resting their huge bodies against the tough surfaces as opposed to the soft sand that they’re used to. The unattended wounds during the long travel were now severe with maggots eating away their live tissues from the inside. There were pregnant camels, calves and lactating ones as well.
PFA IS RAJASTHAN'S BIGGEST CAMEL CONSERVATION AND PROTECTION CENTER
About 544 camels from different areas of Rajasthan, which were being sent to Delhi and Hyderabad, were saved by NGO’s in these areas from being slaughtered. On the directions of Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi these 544 camels were sent to PFA, Sirohi for their proper care and protection. PFA which is the largest camel protection centre in India provides regular vaccination for major diseases in camels with the financial help of local donors and PFA Delhi, PFA Bangalore, Singhvi charitable trust, Chennai, Adresh Charitable Foundation and Shree Vardhman Parivar, Mumbai.
CAMEL WELFARE PROJECT
The Camel Welfare Project now has One unit. Based at the PFA hospital the SIROHI Camel Project tends to the welfare and veterinary needs of the working camels across the city. In Camel Rescue Shelter near Vijaypataka Jain temple, National High Road N.H. 14 on the Jaipur road we have the Camel Rescue Centre to treat and admit to hospital camels in the rural areas around Sirohi where there are no veterinary services for them. Occasionally, injured camels requiring daily treatment as admitted to the People for Animal, Sirohi. Nose peg wounds and accidents are amongst the challenges the team faces. The team treats any sick and injured camels educate owners on good husbandry, and fixes reflectors to camel carts to reduce the risk of night-time road accidents. In emergency cases, the Sirohi Camel team attends injured and sick camels across the city whenever necessary. The Project treats over 200 camels during routine visits and may attend 15-20 emergency cases every month. The Camel Rescue Centre treats between 2000-3000 Camels every year.
PERMANENT RESCUE CAMEL SHELTER PROJECT
CAMEL in our emergency rescue home was rescued from terrible conditions. Some were injured and others just abandoned. However, our emergency rescue home presently constitutes of merely 10 Bigha yards of the area, because of which we plan to build an additional shelter in the next few Year to expand our care to lot more animals in need. We are looking for donations of land to an extent of about two or three acres, preferably within a 20-kilometre radius from the city.
Highlights of the project.
1. Lots of open space, plenty of greenery and fresh air.
2. Enclosures for large animals.
3. Separate enclosures for sick, injured, diseased, and distressed animals.
4. Enclosures for abandoned pets, with a planned re homing program.
5. Enclosures with trees for recovering birds.
6. Round-the-clock animal caretakers, with a dedicated clinic.
7. Quarantine, treatment and recovery wards
8. Round-the-clock large rescue ambulance.
9. A store with all the merchandise, pet supplies and medicines.
10. Office area for staff including 24-hour caregivers with housing.
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The Camel Rescue shelter is expected to cost about Rs.50 lakhs. We appeal to you to help us in this mission.
Giving for animals is perhaps the most altruistic form of charity for its beneficiaries are unable to acknowledge or reciprocate your generosity. What you will receive though is the enormous satisfaction of knowing that you have done the best for the neediest.
As a non-profit organization, the PEOPLE FOR ANIMAL, SIROHI the flagship Rescue Shelter and hospital of PFA, is entirely dependent on public donations to sustain its vital work. All contributions are exempt from Income Tax under section 80G of the Income Tax Actually,1961. We accept donations in Cheque or demand draft can be sent in the name of 'People for Animal, Sirohi’, or through one of these One links:
We require as many donations to run the shelter, to take care of animals in the shelter, Helpline, Ambulance Service, food, medicine, salaries & Rescues, treatments etc... Interested donors please come forward and help us.
Please Urgently We Need your Help for Camel Fodder and Care taker Salaries.
2 - Dry Fodder: Outstanding payment of 6,07,000 Rs.
This deficit has been a result of Covid 19 pandemic. Sirohi is one of the least developed districts in Rajasthan, with no mentionable industry other than cement. Major source of income for residents is Agriculture and around 5-10% would be government employees. The major source of funding PFA Sirohi used to receive was from native businessmen who have established themself in other states like Gujarat and Maharashtra. Due to Pandemic and lockdown this source of funding has been affected resulting in the deficit in working capital at PFA Sirohi. We hope the situation is temporary and we can get back on our feets as soon as possible. But this time we need your precious help to stay afloat.
We are in your urgent help in this matter,
PFA Sirohi Animals Welfare Activities
· Shelters of Rescue All animals (Camels, Wild life, & other all animals)
· Veterinary Hospitals
· Mobile Dispensary
· Work with Other NGOs
· Two Ambulance Services
· Free Veterinary treatment Camp in tribal Area Sirohi
· Rajasthan's First Rescue Shelter and Hospital Launch for horses, donkeys and mules in PFA Sirohi. Wounded, suffering equine protection and medicine relief.
*** Urgently-Appeal for Funds.*** Please donate generously and help us save them.
Online Donation link :