Igss Jeev Rakshak Unit - An Initiative By Igss

Animal care units are set up by IGSS to help street animals in distress. These units provide medical assistance, food, and shelter to animals that have been abandoned or injured. They also work towards finding permanent homes for these animals through adoption programs.

Street animals do not get any medical attention and often die or suffer very badly due to their injuries and diseases or are often subjected to cruelty and neglect. The animal care units play a crucial role in improving the lives of these animals and promoting their well-being.

Begin Creating The Team: A minimum of six committee members is required to assist in managing your Animal Care Unit. Also, provide their names, ages, addresses, phone numbers, and professions after signing them up as members. The person in charge will be one of you. These six members must submit their paperwork and dues to us.

Here are some examples of the various ways you can help animals:

If necessary, we will send you a list of local ACU members. Call a gathering of all members and anyone in the community interested in animal care to get things started.

Post notices in clubs, marketplaces, schools, universities, and other places. Choose your core group. Decide on the main instances of cruelty in your community, then divide the group into teams to work on various programs such as animal rescue, adoption, government relations, publicity, fundraising, school outreach initiatives, and recruitment, among others.

Everyday Action

  • Feed the birds grain and water every day. Place a dish of clean water and cooked rice, bajra, or chana on your rooftop, balcony, or lawn.
  • Adopt a Street Dog  campaigns are also being launched to encourage people to adopt and provide a loving home for these street animals.
  • By taking sick animals to vets, we can ensure that they receive proper medical attention and care. This not only helps the individual animal but also contributes to the overall health and well-being of the street animal population.
  • Avoid visiting zoos, circuses, and other "entertainment" venues that employ animals as commodities.
  • Plant many fruit-bearing, shady trees so that birds have food to eat and places to nest.
  • Educate people not to dispose of their food scraps in plastic bags because many animals, especially cows, ingest the plastic and perish.
  • Donate to organizations working with animals if you haven't started your own group.

In the villages, livestock like cattle and horses are kept in very poor conditions. You can host village clinics where you distribute medication and teach the locals how to properly load and care for their animals. Dogs in rural areas frequently suffer from fleas or mange. They are also easily treatable. Join forces with the neighborhood animal husbandry division and hold a camp once a month.

In a school, establish a Kindness Towards Animals Club. TThe most humanitarian student should get an annual award from the school. This club can organize events and campaigns to raise awareness about animal welfare and encourage responsible pet ownership among students and their families. Additionally, the annual award can motivate students to actively participate in promoting kindness towards animals in their community.

We are a non-profit organization called IGSS. We work hard to improve the lives of the poorest in Lucknow. To support those who are living below the poverty line and animals that have either been living on the streets or have been abandoned by their owners, we established IGSS in the year 2016. Our core philosophy in all of our efforts is that each individual and animal deserves love and compassion.