(Parvesh uncial helps in running a base NGO called Devbhoomi Samiti. It was launched by the Devbhoomi samiti on 1 July 2017. It is a rescue shelter for injured and abandoned animals.
Pravesh Uniyal is a 22 year old young man who is an animal lover since childhood, he has been rescuing injured dogs, cats, horses and birds for years.
He has been running a full-time shelter home for the last 3 years, Pravesh uniyal with his caretaker and team of veterinarians has rescued over 10,000 animals. Today, the center houses more than 200 injured and abandoned animals.
One of the first rescued animals of the entry Uniyal was a three-legged pony named Charlie. For the past five years, he has been taking care of Charlie at the shelter, feeding him three times a day and giving him medicines regularly. Even though Charlie cannot walk, he lives a healthy life in the shelter.
"Every animal in the Devbhoomi Committee has been saved from a difficult past
The most common cases in the shelter are dogs being driven by wounds of cars and maggots that can take months to treat. "The emergency number for rescue is my personal number. I cannot keep my phone silent for a second or miss a call. Every other count matters because it can be a life or death issue for an animal." is." The entry receives about 15 to 20 rescue calls every day.
They also have to pay their caretakers, take care of the running costs of the ambulance, get medicines and most importantly, feed them to around 200 animals three times a day. “It costs around Rs 5 to 6 lakhs every month. In addition, we plan to invest in equipment such as X-rays and ultrasound machines that can be life-saving for animals, ”says Pravesh Uniyal.
"We are completely transparent about our donations and where they are put to use. Our donors are very happy to see the difference
Pravesh Uniyal has done a wonderful job so far, but he needs your support to continue his humanitarian work. Please come forward and donate generously to your campaign. Your contribution can save the lives of innocent animals. Donate now to make a difference!)