Our Services

Rehabilitation forms the crucial step that redeems our acts of cruelty on
the animal kind. 


 PfA has so far rehabilitated various species of animals belonging to Aves, Reptiles and Mammalian classes. During the rehabilitation procedure the human interaction with the animals under treatment is kept to a minimum. In case of social creatures such as Bonnet Macaques, Parakeets and Barn Owls the primeval focus lies in socialising the animals with their own kind. The creatures have to be taught the types of food to eat. This is done by strictly adhering to the diet followed by the species in the wild. The individuals are kept in a group in a socialising unit where they relearn their natural instincts by bonding with other member of their species. 


WILDLIFE RESCUE & REHABILITATION

 Our rescue centre has a 24-hour call-in facility, equipped with Mobile Ambulance for rescue of the urban wildlife of Bengaluru. The Rescue operations are carried out to save injured, traumatized and displaced wildlife which need immediate attention. Once rescued, the animals are treated and monitored at our wildlife hospital by a team of Veterinarians. Upon recovery the animals are rehabilitated into their natural habitats. 

The rehabilitation process also depends on the severity of the injury, the recovery period and of the species behaviour. Reptiles such as snakes require less rehabilitation procedure, while primates such as Bonnet Macaque’s have to be taught precariously, as they tend to form a bond with humans. Successful rehabilitation requires the concentrated efforts of veterinarians, and animal ethologist. Our team of experts have strived to provide the animals with wings to fly and the spirit to roam their natural territories.

PfA has so far rehabilitated various species of animals belonging to Aves, Reptiles and Mammalian classes. During the rehabilitation procedure the human interaction with the animals under treatment is kept to a minimum. In case of social creatures such as Bonnet Macaques, Parakeets and Barn Owls the primeval focus lies in socialising the animals with their own kind. The creatures have to be taught the types of food to eat. This is done by strictly adhering to the diet followed by the species in the wild. The individuals are kept in a group in a socialising unit where they relearn their natural instincts by bonding with other member of their species.

PfA rescues an average of 150 wild faunae every month. Some of the species rescued by our team are endangered, while a few others are rare and endemic to the region. We have rescued reptiles such as the spectacled cobra, Indian Rock Python, Rat Snake and the Russell’s viper. Aves frequently rescued by our team include Kites, Parakeets, Eagles, Vultures, Barn Owls, Myna, and Pea fowls. Mammals like the Bonnet Macaque, Slender Loris, Black Naped Hare, Black Buck, and Fruit Bats have been successfully rescued and rehabilitated by PfA. Nearly 75% of the rescued species have been released back into the wild.

 The rehabilitation centre at People for Animals aims to re-integrate displaced, injured and orphan wild animals to their natural habitats. Rehabilitation forms an important aspect of successful treatment and release of recovered animals. The objective of the process is to equip animals with the ability to survive in the wild without the need of human aid. 

 Rehabilitation forms the crucial step that redeems our acts of cruelty on the animal kind. The true abode of the species is away from our concrete inhabitation, to which the animals have adapted after a prolonged evolutionary period.

OUR RESUCE NUMBERS ??

Last updated on Jan 22, 2017

12058

TOTAL

258

LAST MONTH

42

THIS MONTH

WILDLIFE HOSPITAL


The Wildlife Hospital at PfA, Bengaluru specializes in the treatment of urban wildlife of the city. It was started in 1996, when there wasn’t any specialised hospital for treatment of wild animals in the country. Being a pioneer, PfA has relentlessly focused on the growth and improvement of the functionality of the hospital, which presently encompasses an Intensive Care Unit, X-ray facility, clinical lab, surgical unit, neonatal incubator, quarantine unit, flight test aviary, reptile and primate treatment enclosures, snake treatment boxes, peacock and water bird enclosures, a post-mortem room and an ambulance prepared to respond rescue calls 24/7.

At our wildlife hospital a team of Veterinarians, nursing staff and animal welfare officers are available at all times to treat emergency cases.

ACTION AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY

For every Cruelty Report/Complaint that we receive, we try to counsel the concerned parties. If necessary, we seek the presence of police while counseling the concerned parties or, based on the nature of seriousness of the crime committed, we straightaway lodge a complaint at the nearest/concerned Police Station Wherever necessary we also involve the KFD, in particular cases pertaining to Wildlife. 


You can write to us with evidence photos at support@peopleforanimalsbangalore.org OR 

Contact our Animal Welfare Officer on the below number: Phone: 9845685955

                        

THE DETAILED INFORMATION OF "ACTION AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY" LAWS ARE PROVIDED IN BELOW LINKS:

Animal Protection Laws


Karnataka Prevention Animal Sacrifices Act

Pet Dog Circular 26 2 2015

Prevention of Cruelty to animals (Slaughter House)rules 2001

AWARENESS WORKSHOPS


Identification - venomous and non venomous
Myths busters
Human snake conflict (reasons) - mitigation measures
Snake bites (first aid)
Feeding habits & behavior
Importance of snakes in maintaining the ecological balance


Behavior and welfare
Husbandry and rehabilitation
Adaptations & techniques
Sight and sound
Flight
Avian learning & instinct
Classification & evolution
Conservation & persecution
Hunting & feeding
Courtship & breeding
Avian reproductive systems
Migration
Avian biorhythms

 
Origins and natural habitat of primates 
Primate behavior 
Ecological and conservation principles
Community engagement methods
Rescue and rehabilitation 
Care of the captive primate


Behavior and welfare
Husbandry and rehabilitation
Adaptations & techniques
Sight and sound
Flight
Avian learning & instinct
Classification & evolution
Conservation & persecution
Hunting & feeding
Courtship & breeding
Avian reproductive systems
Migration
Avian biorhythms


Identification, natural history & behavior
Handling, restraint & human safety
Intake, triage & stabilization
Euthanasia
Hydration & fluid therapy
Thermoregulation
Wound management
Medications
Nutrition
Captive housing
Release criteria


Blue’s
Rescue of injured and displaced Aves specified under Schedules I to IV of the Indian Wildlife Protection Act.

Brown’s  - Rescue of small mammals such as squirrels. This stage aims to establish and hone the skills of the volunteers, thereby assessing their ability to handle large animals.

Green’s Training to rescue large mammals, such as Bonnet Macaques, and Reptiles.

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Address:
No. 67, Uttarahalli Main Road, Kengeri,
Bangalore-560 060

OFFICE:
080-28611986
080-28612767

Rescues:
+91 99000 25370
+91 99803 39880

Pet Cemetery:
+91 8197155004

Report Animal Cruelty:
+91 9845685955

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Save Our Wild Life is the wildlife wing of People for Animals, Bangalore.