Sunday, 6 January 2013

World Largest Animal

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Can you believe that only $10 U.S. will spay or neuter and vaccinate a dog in India against rabies? Animal suffering is a problem around the world, and just ten dollars U.S. will go a long way towards improving one dog's quality of life, and also help make sure that future generations of dogs are wanted and cared for.
Despite some of the strictest animal welfare laws in the world, thanks to its ancient spiritual philosophy of ahimsa (non-harming), India teems with abandoned, neglected, and abused animals. With each litter born on the streets, canine overpopulation worsens, leading to malnutrition, untreated injuries, and the spread of diseases, including rabies, a deadly disease endemic to India.
Vishaka Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (VSPCA) works to reduce the overpopulation of street dogs through its Animal Birth Control (ABC) program. In cooperation with the local government, VSPCA vaccinates against rabies and spays or neuters loose dogs. Both in the main shelter compound and in the several mobile ABC camps, VSPCA's veterinarians use sterile techniques, pre-operation pain control, gas anesthesia when possible, and post-operation pain control. VSPCA's program is one of the most advanced in India, and sterilizes an average of 40 dogs a day when operated by four veterinarians. All these dogs are vaccinated against rabies, and their ears are notched for identification and protection.
VSPCA is a growing and struggling operation that also provides emergency animal care and shelter. No other similar services for injured street animals exist in the area.
You can help VSPCA in its vital work. Purchase of this Gift That Gives More™ vaccinates and spays/neuters a street dog in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
For more than a decade, the VSPCA (Vishaka Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has been working in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh to aid suffering animals, prevent cruelty and neglect, protect wildlife, and educate about animal issues. VSPCA conducts extensive spay/neuter campaigns to curb dog and cat overpopulation, provides rescue and ambulance services, helps rescue animals after natural disasters such as the 2004 tsunami, and provides shelter to over a thousand animals in need, including (as of 2008) more than 600 cows and buffalo.
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