WHAT IS AID ANIMALS
We desire to rescue, treat, care for and rehabilitate urban wild animals with the aim of ultimately releasing them back into their natural habitats.
WHAT IS URBAN WILDLIFE?
The wide variety of non-domesticated species that we find in the parks, lakes, fields, roads, gardens and structures of the city, in our neighbouring forests, and on the untamed fringe lands of the city. Even the little birds in our balconies, the squirrels in our trees, the kites in our markets, and the snakes in our backyards are wild animals living amidst us.
We are planning to have a rehabilitation centre that re-integrates displaced, injured and orphaned animals to their natural habitats through various behvioural, environmental and instinctive cues. Successful rehabilitation requires the concentrated efforts of veterinarians, animal ethologists and care givers at all levels.
Rehabilitation is an important aspect of successful treatment and release of animals in recovery. The objective of the process is to equip the animal with the ability to survive in the wild without the need of human aid. Since every animal is unique in response, the process of rehabilitation can therefore vary, based on species and condition.
ACTION AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY
For every Cruelty Report/Complaint that we receive, we try to counsel the concerned parties. If necessary, we seek the presence of police while counseling the concerned parties or, based on the nature of seriousness of the crime committed, we straightaway lodge a complaint at the nearest/concerned Police Station Wherever necessary we also involve the KFD, in particular cases pertaining to Wildlife.
CORPORATE PARTNER & FUNDING UNDER CSR
Bangalore is home to some of the world’s most progressive companies, some multinational, some born and headquartered in the city. We seek active participation from companies of all sizes and industries. The Government of India includes animal welfare and the protection of fauna under the ambit of Corporate Social Responsibility.