RESIDENT SPEAK: More than anything else, stray dogs look for our love

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RESIDENT SPEAK: More than anything else, stray dogs look for our love

I feel caring for stray dogs is a humanitarian act because they are deprived of food and shelter.

RESIDENT SPEAK: More than anything else, stray dogs look for our love

Dwarka: My love for stray dogs started when I lost my pet dog in 2005. It was the time when I shifted to Dwarka. My pet died as it refused to eat anything after my hospitalisation. I decided not to have any more pets and started caring stray dogs. 

I have 18-20 dogs under my care in Sector 6 and 7, Dwarka. I feed them twice a day and arrange blankets and sheets during winter. Dr IP Singh helps me with medicines and shots. 

Chinthamani cries when she meets me. Taidoo prefers to come between my legs. Tom & Jerry and Daakoo are my pets. I have all these dogs in various locations. I meet them during my daily walks. 

I feel caring for stray dogs is a humanitarian act because they are deprived of food and shelter. More than that, they look for our love. I feel that by vaccination and castration, the number of such orphaned dogs can be reduced. 

I take care to feed them in secluded places. I take care not to feed non vegetarian foods to them. I have a dream and I wish to have an enclosure where I wish to keep them safe and treated for their health. I know that few dogs are ferocious and had a hard bite too, but it’s very rare. 

I take care to have my personal hygiene care after petting them. I sincerely feel that we must not hate them as they are created by God. Nowadays, I take care of stray cows also. In fact, I love all animals.
 

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