ACT to organise pups and kittens adoption camp on April 27 and 28


Team Udayavani, Apr 26, 2019, 3:21 PM IST

Mangalore: “Saving one animal will not change the world, but surely for that one animal, the world will change forever.” Ever since its inception, this is the very thought that has been motivating Animal Care Trust (ACT), its trustee, staff and volunteers to reach out to the animals in distress. While on one hand ACT’s staff and volunteers rescue and rehabilitates animals that are injured, sick or abandoned, on the other, it organises adoption camps of puppies and kittens with an aim to provide forever homes for them. The highlight of adoption camps organised by ACT is that desi breeds of puppies and kittens are put up for adoption.

Adoptios Camps:

On April 27, a camp will be organised at ‘Anirvedha’, Resource Centre for Psychological Wellbeing, behind Sulthan Gold, Kankanady Bypass Road, Mangaluru in association with Anirvedha and Wag-Ville, Bengaluru.

On April 27 an workshop on Animal Assisted Therapy will also be conducted. Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) includes animals in their intervention to bring about the therapeutic change especially for children with special needs. AAT has shown improved overall emotional wellbeing, better stress coping, enhanced self-worth and socialization skills in special needs children and other clinical population.

The camp will be held between 9.30 a.m to 12.30 p.m.

On April 28 over 40 puppies to be put up for adoption  at Kolya

The adoption camp on April 28 will be held at Shree Mookambika Industries, opposite Shree Mookambika Temple, Kolya, NH 66.

Over 40 puppies and 10 kittens will be put up for adoption at the camp which will be held between 10.00 a.m to 5.00 p.m. Animal Care Trust is organising the camp in association with Rotary Club- Mangalore East, Rotary Samudaya Dala, Kolya, Someshwar and Yuvavahini (R), Kolya Division.

While no adoption fee is charged, ACT only collects a nominal registration fee of  Rs 200 that helps in covering the basic medical expenses incurred. Potential adopters are requested to bring a valid Photo ID for registration. After the adoption process is complete, ACT will keep in touch with the family for regular updates about vaccination and sterilization.

“Being Indians we should adopt Indian breeds. Let us give them forever homes of loving families. Let us make them feel wanted,” says Suma R Nayak, Trustee of ACT.

About Animal Care Trust

This is the 20th  year for ACT, a registered charitable trust, that has been actively involved in caring for these voiceless beings across Mangalore and stands as a monument of compassion.

 

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