At almost 21,000, India also accounts for more than a third of all rabies-related deaths. India could be fighting a lost battle against rabies, because with only 15% of all stray dogs vaccinated, a rabies-free South Asia by 2025, as is the WHO’s dream, looks far from reach. Their population has been exploding in this season which has made residents uncomfortable with their barking. The people who are afraid of dogs are unable to go outside without the fear of encountering the dogs. Dogs that are out by themselves could cause accidents when they run on the road, which may also lead to injuries to it and other people. Stray dogs enjoy moving in packs so it may lead people to feel threatened and also lead to puppies that are excessive and redundant. With the spread of Canine Parvovirus, excessive puppies would promote the spread of the disease amongst pet dogs while themselves dying due to a lack of timely care.
Some of them go unnoticed and the lives of these lovely, innocent best friends of ours are uncared for and their absence and deaths are celebrated as if they are the weeds to be removed from our society though we are the ones displacing their habitats for our homes.
Every animal has a right to lead a happy life and none of them are any less than us. To prevent cruelty against them, prevent any unfortunate accidents, bring back their population to a manageable level, and ensure that all the dogs are cared for without them spreading and dying of rabies and other diseases, please contribute to their sterilization and vaccination. Each contribution is appreciated.
The whole process will take about Rs2000 per dog. Please help raise the required amount by clicking on the donate button and sharing this fundraiser with family and friends. Thank you for your help.