If an animal is dying, we take it in and give it intensive, loving care which includes IV's, pain killers and antibiotics. We are a no-kill shelter and will only resort to euthanasia if and when an animal is intensely suffering and there is no chance of recovery and no way to ease the pain.
Through May 2013, we have placed 596 puppies/dogs and 12 cats/kittens in good homes. We have also relocated many monkeys and birds and found homes for cows, donkeys, and even a turkey. We will not place animals in homes unless we are assured the animal will be well taken care of and enjoy a happy life.
We send college students out up to 70 kilometers looking for prospective homes in villages and towns. They get a fixed amount for each puppy placed. Then Vishwa, Our Director of Operations, goes out to check the physical circumstances of the places found, and interviews the prospects. About forty to fifty percent turn out to be good. He tries to place two puppies in each home so they have each other to hang out with.