With lockdown continuing for almost two months, it has become extremely difficult for many people to meet ends. And closed shops and stores also affects the stray animals. With restaurants and street-side food stalls closing down, and with fewer feeders venturing out because of the lockdown, stray animals have even fewer options to salvage food from. But, it’s the tough times that bring out the humane side in us. And someone is keeping an eye on these stay animals as well. Meet the NGOs feeding stray animals during the lockdown and helping them survive the tough time.
This Kochi based NGO has been on the roads feeding the stray since day one of the lockdown. They are feeding all hungry animals on the street, from dogs, cats, and even cows and birds.
Contact: 75930 98013
Donate: Name: ONENESS,
A/c no 116105000710
IFS code: ICIC0001161
Account type: Current
Oneness Google pay – UPI ID – Oneness2018@icici
Speak for Animals
With 26 teams across Bhuvneshwar, Speak for Animals is extending its efforts into feeding the stray. They are also taking care of injured animals found on the roadside.
Contact: 97772 70804
Donate: Ac no. 0353101028675
IFSC :CNRB0000353, Speak For Animals, Canara Bank, Bapuji Nagar, Bhubaneswar.
Paytm number: 9777270804 Speak for Animals
Nature Club Surat
This Surat-based NGO is involved in animal rescue as well as environmental conservation. And understanding the gravity of the situation, during this phase, they sprung into action and started providing food to the strays regularly.
Contact: 99797 30036
Dontate: NATURE CLUB SURAT
Athwalines branch, Surat
Saving a/c no: 005201025697
Another one of the local NGOs feeding stray animals, Friendicoes is feeding 1300 animals on the streets during the lockdown and is hoping to continue it till the lockdown is completely lifted.
This Pune based NGO has been earlier associated with multiple rescue operations not only in the city but also in areas nearby. As of now, they are not only feeding strays, 7000 dogs every day but also supplying food to other feeders.
The pandemic has not only affected the stray animals but, misleading news of animals spreading the virus resulted in many pets getting abandoned too. Yoda, an animal rescue organization in Mumbai, has been taking care of the injured and abandoned pets amidst the lockdown as well as feeding strays.
Donate: Account Holder: YODA
Account Number: 00121450000052
Paytm and google pay 9870252558
Peoples for Animals
An NGO based in Delhi, Peoples for Animals, have also taken the responsibility to feed the stray animals in the wake of the pandemic.