Street Animal Welfare: Guwahati was started in April 2018 and has been working tirelessly since then for the rescue, treatment, and rehabilitation of stray and abandoned animals. The mission of SAW is to provide necessary and possible treatment, care, and love to those animals which are sick, neglected, and suffering on the roads so that all living beings can co-exist happily.
SAW strives to prevent animal cruelty and abandonment at all stages. SAW aims to promote a responsible, caring, and compassionate attitude towards animals and beliefs in equal respect and right for all living beings in the world and with more than 272+ rescues, 553+ onsite treatments, 400+
adoptions, the SAW family is growing at an exponential rate.
SAW is completely self-funded and runs mostly on member contribution and social media followers. SAW is not funded by any government or private organizations. SAW has a small shelter in the outskirts of the city which is the home for 25+ animals, most of which are special needs. Few cases are kept at two dog creche run by doctors in the middle of the city. There is a lot of to and fro communication happening for shifting dogs from the shelter to clinic or clinic to shelter, also for rescues and treatment a lot of money is spent mostly on auto fares.
We need to send food and supplements to our feeders and volunteers and that too takes up a lot of cab and rapid fares. On top of that UBER/OLA don't take animals in their cars and autos charge outstandingly high and hence
we are requesting all of our followers to pitch in and contribute a little to the ambulance.
Approximate Cost of Vehicle-Rs. 4,00,000.