In 2006 we responded to thousands of such distress calls. The rescued animals undergo necessary veterinary care at the city hospital. The stray dogs, which are rescued from residential areas, are released back in the same area once they are medically fit for release. This helps us to maintain a healthy population of community pets. Cats and kittens if not claimed or adopted become permanent FRIENDICOES shelter animals. But monkeys and birds are given to our sister concern WILDLIFE SOS for maintenance and care and rehabilitation (if possible).
Many times our animal rescue teams find abandoned or lost pets on streets, some are abandoned in dustbins or on busy roads…therefore an important part of our rescue mission is to reunite the lost pet with its owneror to find good decent homes for the abandoned pets, since they are not strays or feral and when adopted would fit best into nice loving homes. Thus pet adoption figures high on FRIENDICOES-SECA’S priority list.
So, remember FRIENDICOES needs your help to re-home pets (particularly mixed breeds) and find homes for the intelligent but unfortunately ignored INDIAN MONGREL and to fundraise so that we can provide better care and help more animals who need us.
A donation of 25$ helps us send the ambulance on a rescue mission. CLICK HERE.