3 in every 4 animals rescued are released back into the wild. The odd one requires either long-term treatment or lifetime care, while some succumb to their injuries.
Animals are released based on numerous factors, such as the ability to source food, self preservation, active behaviour, and territorial displays.
We choose a release location taking into account habitat type, population density, state of the environment, and unnatural threats. Territorial and social behaviour are also considered.
Special releases into forest areas, such as of a jackal, are conducted along with the Karnataka Forest Department, while birds such as kites are released in city limits.