Help Parvo virus and distemper virus affected stray/ street dogs of WB | Milaap
Help Parvo virus and distemper virus affected stray/ street dogs of WB
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    Created by

    Kalpita Mitra
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    This fundraiser will benefit

    Stray animals

    from Kolkata, West Bengal

Story

Dear friends, I hope that you all are well aware about the fact that a deadly virus, canine Parvo virus is causing a havoc in entire West Bengal state. We're losing thousands of our canine friends . This has become an epidemic in West Bengal and thousands of dogs are getting infected on daily basis. Puppies are more vulnerable as their immune system is not that strong to fight against the virus. This strain of the virus is so strong that even DHPPIL vaccinated dogs are also getting infected. I, Kalpita Mitra, a member of the central government registered NGO 'ADDICTION TO LIFE' have come on this platform to raise funds to fight against this deadly virus and to save our canine companions. Our NGO has opened a isolation center cum treatment facility in Shyambazar area of North Kolkata. This type of isolation facility is first in entire WB.AsAs you all know,this virus is highly contagious so isolation is the first criteria for commencement of the treatment. Our facility needs money for shelter accomodation And medicines. Please,I am requesting to all of you who are reading this, please, please come forward. They are voiceless..they can't speak of their pain. But they have the every right to live and flourish just like we human do have. Your contribution can save a life. Please help. Whatever you can. Even small contribution from a large community can make a significant change. Please help. We don't have much time. Everyday puppies are dying..dogs are dying.  From generations,dogs has been our most loyal companion..time has come to pay our debt to them. Please come forward and join hands to make their lives a little better.. our society a little better.

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