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I always have been helping out people in trouble but this time I am facing the hatred of animal haters myself.  Some new residents along with some of the old animal haters have been troubling the dogs for a long time. Out of which one dog defended himself and bit one of the residents. If you keep troubling the dogs this is exactly what will happen. The dogs are all sterilised and vaccinated and by law are not to moved or disturbed but this is exactly what they wanted, to raise a furore by first creating a situation and they got that situation.

The dog cannot defend itself or tell its side of the story and that is exactly what they bank on. Trouble the dog, wait for a reaction and all jump in to make the dog look like a villain while the actual perpetrators all behave like little helpless sheeps.

They started planning on how to get rid of all the community dogs by hitting or poisoning so I requested my friend to adopt him and keep him at his farm for his safety which he did.

Soon one morning I find my car's rear window, lights and front number plate smashed. The RWA was sending a message to an animal lover, it would seem. I was left with no choice but to take legal recourse for my protection and for whats just and right.

I filed a police complaint and now I am waiting to see the outcome. I am hoping that the law will take its own course and the correct course of action which has been ordained by Supreme court of India, High Court of Delhi and many laws of the land. Will keep everyone updated.

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It's not every day that you are driving by and find a beautiful leopard taking a stroll but that's exactly what happened on 18 September 2017. While driving from Majkhali to Ranikhet at around 8 PM , I spotted something that looked like a huge cat but soon realised that the regale and majestic creature in question was a leopard out for hunt or stroll. 

I stopped my car and parked near it and he stopped and started looking at me. His beautiful eyes shone right through but soon another car came and started honking and I gestured that there is a leopard sitting on the road so he stopped but that was enough to scare it off. I tried to take a picture but unfortunately, it came out pretty bad.

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Nicole and Nicholas are indian shepherds that caught the deadly distemper virus as kids and were waiting patiently in a communal toilet for their life to end.

We rescued them and nurtured them back to health and have placed them in a boarding till their adoption is soughted.

They are three months old Indian pariah dogs. Id like to give a little insight about Indian dogs here who have been largely misconstrued to be vicious and biter dogs and not fancy enough to be kept as pets. Inspite of being born in our very own soil, Indian dogs are one of the most neglected breeds in India. Its sad that they present the same qualities as their pedigree counterparts yet their existence isn't celebrated and revered.

They are sturdy dogs, suitable for the climate, adaptable, excellent guards and have outstanding abilities. Oh and I haven't mentioned how beautiful they truly are! The large diversity that lies within them makes my heart swoon. Luckily, they haven't been of much interest to breeders so their genetic pool remains unaltered.

Its absolute misfortune that rescuers like me find it so hard to find homes for Indian dogs and ultimately have to resign to fate and have to place them back on the streets where there is a major risk of them being run over again.

Their deworming and vaccinations will happen by next weekend. Please save Nicole and Nicholas from the streets and take home an indie!

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If you cant take them in, share the post atleast.

Thank you for your time.

 

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