So many beautiful babies are born every year, but they perish without receiving love and compassion. In Howrah of West Bengal, India, there is almost no infrastructure for the street animals; sending them for treatments outside of this city is quite difficult and costly. Their existence is dependent on human whims and pity. Animal Birth Control reduces human cruelty and ensures a peaceful animal-human coexistence in urban India in the long run.
Swatilekha has been trying to improve their condition for the last 5 years. She organizes annual Vaccination & Awareness Programmes along with Sterilisation Drives. In 2019 and 2020, she has managed to sterilize 20-25 dogs. Apart from these, she is a regular feeder and caregiver in the adjacent areas of B. Garden. She is planning to send 30 dogs for sterilization by this December 2020, which calls for approximately 60,000 INR.
Please help her to materialize this mission! Thank you.