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    Alpana Bhartia's PFA is rescuing troubled animals

    Every day, we see a number of animals in trouble. These animals are either abandoned by their owners or harmed by our own community. Some of them starve to death, while others are injured by vehicles. To stop this, we need to have adequate animal shelters to save these creatures from the human violence. Alpana Bhartia, the founder of PFA (people for animals) asserts that it is our moral responsibility to protect these animals and care for them, just like any other living being.

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    Re: Alpana Bhartia's PFA is rescuing troubled animals

    You did not state this in your post above, so I will clarify one point on your behalf: the "People for Animals" organisation to which you refer is the one in India. There are similar organisations with that name elsewhere.

    I have heard of your organisation in the past and they are doing a great job in raising awareness of animal welfare issues in India. Every best wish to you!



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