RRSA Foundation, An Animal Welfare Organization is registered under Bombay Public Trust Act and Societies Registration Act. It is also recognized by the Animal Welfare Board of India. Started in 2016, it works by providing treatment to injured and ill stray animals, sterilization, vaccination, seminars, workshops, awareness campaigns and acting against animal cruelties. RRSA has an animal hospital and shelter where there is a capacity to give indoor treatment to more than 100 animals at a time including a fully functioning veterinary clinic. All animals admitted to the shelter receive proper treatment, food and lots of love.
Animal Rescue Kota started as an individual effort by a local animal rescuer, Harsh Thakur in 2014. By 2016 he had already rescued around 150 animals’ solo. Later, his friends showed interest and senior mentors from the community came to help as well. Slowly but surely the group began to grow. In 2018, Animal Rescue Kota set up a mini shelter for paralyzed and old age dogs. This was needed because of the many accident cases that are found in the city. As of 2019, the group has helped more than 700 dogs. They also take rescue calls from the outskirts of the city and have helped other animals such as donkeys, cows, etc.
PFA Durg Bhilai Unit 2 is the only organization actively working for the welfare of animals in Durg & Bhilai registered under Chhattisgarh society act. It was founded in 2016 by Aanchal Dani, Dr Dharamveer Chandrakar and Jaydeo Shukla. Although started by 3 people, it now has 20 members. PFA works to rescue, rehabilitate and sterilize stray animals. The organization also conducts awareness and adoption camps. PFA aims to end human animal conflict, therefore encourages local volunteers to join the effort and understand that animals are a part of society and they have equal rights. PFA rescues many animals including birds, pigs, horses, cows, dogs and cats. Their future goals include expanding on their mini “medical home/shelter” for injured animals and making it fully functional.
Delhi the Street Dog Foundation is a American non-profit that finds homes in USA for special needs Indian street dogs. They create a safe passage for these dogs to the United States. The foundation also raises awareness for and funds spay and neuter efforts to control the stray animal population and reduce human-animal conflicts. Animal Care Zone is partnering with Delhi the Street Dog Foundation for wide spread animal birth control programs in India.