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Help us Feed around 50 stray animals daily in Delhi.
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    Priya Jain

    from New Delhi, Delhi

23-year old, Priya Jain with her 4 four friends is on a mission to cover 5 localities near their place to provide the stray animals the food. She has been feeding the animals of her locality every night with some milk and bread, but just feeding 10-15 dogs every day is not enough to curb the hunger and sadden conditions of the dogs these days. Starting with a small mission for every individual of the group to feed at least 10 dogs per day, they aim to make the nearby place hunger free for dogs. New pups born nearby generally meet their fate in need of food and beneath the cars. While they have taken help of nearby NGOs to neuter the dogs, feeding these dogs daily for these students is not easy. Though there are nearly 12 cows near the localities strolling on roads in search of food, and those cows should not sleep with empty stomach too.
"We often witness dogs coming along from other localities in search of food and we are going to feed the dogs not by numbers but by love, whether the dogs come as 10 or 20 or 100. When you do good, God paves the path."

The dogs in the first place are living beings and need healthy environmental conditions to live in. Most often, their wounds fill with maggots and they remain untreated. "Inspired by a few of the people who are working outstanding in this field, we want to spread our arms a little more and extend beyond a single colony. The need is omnipresent and this way we can spread awareness as well. People watching us may come out one day to feed the locals and we can change the locality to spread awareness and join in more people"
The journey is not going to be easy, but together it can spread happiness. "My journey to feed locals started when I saw a healthy dog turned into a saggy one, because he was ill and can't hunt for food. I asked my Mother to prepare 2 rotis (breads) for him and I served him with those rotis with milk under the guidance of my Mother and took help of my father to arrange vet for him. No turnaround since then". That dog has died years ago, but many more dogs take birth and die overnight beneath the tyres. It costs humans to even bury their body, so they ignore that as well. We can find many dead dogs lying in middle of road, continuously getting pressed under tyres. The fate of dogs can last really long.

However, with food at least, we can ensure that they remain healthier and their lives will not become the curse. As humans, we need the animals to protect us. Local dogs, save whole of the locality from the thefts. Even at night, whenever you listen to continuous barkings, you go out and check if everything is right. Dogs are our siren and feeding them protects us as well.

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