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We need some volunteers to visit the following shelter in Delhi from time to time and comfort the animals. There are stories that this has become a dumping ground for dogs by people who dont want their pet anymore. Started by Ms. Crystal Rogers, the Animal Friend Hospital was a peaceful place for animal lovers and animals alike. Now with Ms. Rogers' passing away, there are stories of mistreatment and abuse from the very walls.

Animal Friend Hospital
Bahamasha Road
Opposite Police Line Ground
Delhi - 110009

Landline: 011-27252838

If any of you are interested in becoming regular visitors to the shelter and comfort and care for the animals, please get in touch with us. Email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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http://www.care2.com/causes/animal-welfare/blog/man-arrested-for-rescuing-two-dogs-from-abandoned-home/

definite read...how brainless can people be?

Pasting the story here but all the data belongs to care2..the link is pasted above!

Here’s a breaking story that will make you scratch your head in wonder. An animal advocate in Los Angeles was arrested on Thursday after trying to rescue two dogs that were locked inside a foreclosed home because Animal Services was worried about getting sued.

 

Neighbors said that when the owners of the home left, they took all of their belongings except their two dogs.  A six-month old puppy was locked inside the house and another dog named Taz was left inside the garage. 

 

Next door neighbor Elisa Woods became concerned for the well-being of the dogs when the temperature “got hotter” and “they were getting hungrier,” so she called for help.

 

L.A. Animal Services responded to her call and came with food and water, which they shoved through an open window in the house and slipped under a 2 inch opening in the garage. But the officers “didn’t enter the home.”

 

According to NBC news, the city is required to give a written warning to the owners before entering the home or removing the dogs.  The owners have 24 hours to fix the problem.

 

Animal Services Officer Hoang Dinh said, “Possibility the people could come back and then they could turn this around and sue the city.”

 

Their actions, or lack or action “wasn’t good enough for animal rescuer Hans Petersen" who is with LA Animal Rescue Org. 

 

He went inside the house and a few minutes later walked out with the puppy. 

 

But before he could help Taz, LAPD arrived on the scene and arrested Petersen for “interfering with Animal Services as they conduct their duties.”

 

The puppy was taken to the South L.A. Animal Shelter, but Taz was left behind in the garage.

 

There is no word about how long the dogs had been abandoned or if their owners had left them with any food or water. 

 

Updates to this story will be posted as details are uncovered.  Click Here to watch the rescue which was caught on tape.

 

What do you think about leaving abandoned dogs for 24 hours before taking them to safety?

 

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I am putting up two websites which show how much people are really trying to help.

http://www.kalyani.org.in/

The sai ashram also shows how many dogs are being adopted which is so nice.

http://saiashram.blogspot.com/