The landscape that surrounds us and the amazing wildlife that thrives in it has vastly changed over the last decade - the growth in urban development, shifts in agricultural patterns, and climatic changes have led to an increasing number of wildlife coming into conflict which gets reported to us on our 24-hour animal emergency helpline by the local community or the Forest Department.
RESQ Street Animals
Animals that get stuck in difficult situations (heights, depths and water) are rescued by our technical animal RESQ team. Besides rescuing animals in distress, we run an animal hospital (in-patient care) for injured and sick domestic animals (large and small) who require treatment or surgery. Our domestic animal sanctuary provides lifetime care for animals who have either lost their homes and families in unfortunate incidents.