Mangala lives in the Malad Malwani area of Mumbai and does not have a home to live in. In 2009, her house was demolished by the government, after which she moved to live on rent. During that time he saw a dog, who had probably lost his house like Mangala, adopted that dog. And thus Mangala's interest in street dogs started growing and now Mangala has 8 dogs who live on the remaining land after demolishing their house, 2.5 X 8 feet.She has over 20 dogs outside her house and feeds and takes care of them every day.
She does not receive any support from the local NGO. Mangla currently works at home sewing and her husband is a general house painter. Their earnings do not exceed 15000 rupees a month. In this condition it has become very difficult to take care of dogs. Mangala always had a dream to become a support for destitute dogs and open a dog shelter.Help Mangala fulfill her dream and bring home a homeless dog.This fund will be used for the care of dogs, their medicines and shelters. She feeds about 30 dogs a day and had 10 dogs at her house, of which 2 died this year.