Food for hungry, helpless dogs | Milaap
Food for hungry, helpless dogs
of Rs.300,000
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  • Ranjith

    Created by

    Ranjith Kamalasanan
  • RK

    This fundraiser will benefit

    Ranjith Kamlasanan

    from Hyderabad

Today, the coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken a toll on all our lives. We hear stories of nature healing herself but that’s not the case everywhere. Dogs that have grown accustomed to depending on human beings for their day to day survival are losing their lives. Hungry dogs with flesh clinging to their ribs, fighting for a single morsel of bread or meat is becoming a common sight on urban streets. While all of us sit indoors and practise social distancing, the animals that are dependent on us are dying. Dogs that lived near once crowded markets now have no place to call home, no friendly vendor to throw him food, no stranger to rub his head and wag his tail at. Dogs are man’s best friend. They have proven to be loving, loyal and protective on countless occasions.
This is our chance to give back to these wonderful creatures who are the embodiment of love.
As you sit at home and read this, think of the Jimmy and Johnny who lived on your street. Who is feeding them now? Who is going to care of them now?
Let’s join hands and do a tiny bit to help save these dogs.nIf you see dogs in your neighbourhood, all you have to do is spare a little bit of time and share your provisions with them. A few healthy meals a day can make the difference of life and death for them.
A group of 6 youths in Hyderabad from various professional backgrounds, Ranjith Kamalasanan, Tillu Yadav, Kranthi Singh, Harsha Sai, Vss Editz and Vinod Chinnu have been on a mission for the past 50 days to cook and serve healthy food for the dogs that have nowhere else to go. After obtaining permission from the government, they started feeding the dogs in their neighbourhood. When they realised that the situation is dire in the entire city, they increased the number of dogs they fed.
On the 50th day, they fed a total of 1300 dogs. They ensure that the dogs are given nutritious and filling food that will keep them healthy and active till this lockdown ends and life returns back to normal.
All the funds we receive from this fundraiser will go towards buying Rice, Chicken and Mutton which will be cooked by them and fed to the dogs. In the past 50 days, they have fed around 53,000 dogs.
The main aim of this campaign is to ensure that innocent, dependent lives aren't lost. 

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