Hope for animals: Check out these animal shelter homes in Mumbai!

As a human, it is our responsibility to work for the animals and not leave them when they require our help the most. Let’s check these animal shelter homes in Mumbai that you can approach after coming across an injured or abused animal.

As it is for flora, it’s for fauna! In simpler terms, we, humans, should take care of our nature by protecting both plants and animals, so that future generations do not find it hard to sustain. Herein, we are going to talk about those animal shelter homes in Mumbai trying their level best to save animals from all odds. Have a look below!

1. The Bombay Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty Of Animals

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The Bombay Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty Of Animals is one of the oldest charitable organizations existing since 1874. It also has a hospital that treats more than 400 species of animals 24 hours a day!

Where: 3, Parel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400012
Timings: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Website: The Bombay Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty Of Animals

2. Save Our Strays

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Save Our Strays is an NGO based in Khar which has been running for the last fifteen years in Mumbai. The shelter home offers services like pet adoption, animal sterilizations, vaccinations, and first aid and healthcare to any stray animal that requires it. Apart from that, the NGO had started a food pool program in July 2009, where it feeds around 60 stray animals in one week.

Where: 26/101, Garden View Bldg, Off New Link Rd, opp. Deep Tower, Oshiwara, Andheri West and Khar
Timings: Not specified
Website: Save Our Strays

3. World For All

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It focuses on giving a home to the strays! The NGO World For All is aimed to take care of injured animals and works to promote the adoption of Indian breeds of dogs among people. It also has an online store where one can buy animal-themed desk calendars, wall calendars, laptop skins, and more.

Where: 1st Floor, Rajendra Nivas, Opposite Takshila Police Chokie, Near To Ginger Hotel, Mahakali Caves Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai 400093.
Timings: Not specified
WebsiteWorld For All

4. YODA Rehabilitation Centre For Animals

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This rehabilitation center in Pali Hill can be seen taking the best care of the dogs through their social media. However, it also works for cats. They work on the concept of R3- Rescue, Rehab, Rehome!

Where: Huma bungalow, 50, Chuim Village Rd, Danda, Pali Hill, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400052
Timings: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Instagram: YODA Rehabilitation Centre For Animals

5. Animals Matter To Me

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Animals Matter To Me (AMTM) is a shelter and a hospital based in Malad aiming to help and rescue stray animals, birds, and even reptiles. If you are looking to adopt an animal or a place for your pet’s medical treatment and sterilization, check out AMTM. It also has animal ambulances for emergencies.

Where: Animals Matter To Me, Opposite Tab Cab Godown, Bungalow 14, Chikuwadi Road, Marve, Malad West
Timings: 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Website: Animals Matter To Me

6. In Defense of Animals (IDA)

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In Defense of Animals (IDA), is another attempt to save animals from the abuse and cruelty by some humans. It also works towards seeking legal recognition of animals. Not only this, but this organization keeps on raising awareness about animals through various campaigns.

Where: Vichumbe Rd, next to Moksh Dham Hindu Crematorium, Sector 15, New Panvel East, Panvel, Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra 410206
Timings: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Website: In Defense of Animals (IDA)

7. All About Them

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Situated in Worli, All About Them is an animal recovery center that offers temporary shelter to the animals so that they can be nurtured back to good health. The organization helps in the adoption process as well.

Where: Dr. E Moses Rd, Krishnaraj CHS, Gandhi Nagar, Upper Worli, Worli, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400018
Timings: 9 a.m. to 6 a.m.
Instagram: All About Them

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