To nurture animal welfare for generations to come.
A home for every stray – a nation without strays.
Animals have a right to the protection of man and to a life of dignity, free from unnecessary suffering.
Providing support to organizations and individuals through consulting, volunteering, networking and funding for the promotion, coordination and execution of activities which support healthy happy lifestyles of animals with a specific focus on domesticated animals, including:
-Rescue and rehabilitation.
-Sustenance and shelter.
-Non-Profit shelters and organizations with programs that promote and facilitate fostering, adoption, forever homes and that encourage increased human interaction with the animals where appropriate.
-Responsible Spay and Neuter programmes.
-Promotion and support of community outreach Spay and Neuter programmes.
-Promotion and support of legislation that protects against cruelty to animals.
-Promotion and practice of responsible “No-Kill” policies.
-Public education to promote the humane treatment of animals.
Rishi RamkissoonDirector/Corporate Secretary
Dr. Raymond DeonananDirector/ D.V.M.
Best Pet PracticesYour pets are your family, please take time to exercise and socialise and protect them. If your pet is afraid of fireworks, scratch bombs, thunder etc. stay with them, keep them secure and close to human company. NEVER LEAVE THEM ALONE WHEN SCARED. And finally always have your pet collared with an ID tag with a contact telephone number engraved in case they should get scared and run away.
Best Pet PracticesYour pets are creatures of habit. Feed them at the same time every day. Avoid bones (especially chicken bones) and always use clean food bowls. Provide nutritious food and avoid stale leftovers. Familiarise yourself with foods that are not safe for your pet. These include chocolate and other candies, avocado, apple seeds, garlic etc.
Best Pet PracticesNever chain or kennel your dog for long periods of time. Studies have shown that dogs restrained for long periods of time suffer from depression. Provide sufficient secured / fenced area for your dog to express normal behaviour and ensure human interaction for your pet including walks, romp time, petting etc. Simply talk to your dog. Protect your dog. Do not permit them to roam the neighborhood which could expose them to dangers.
Best Pet PracticesKeep pet areas and the environment clean to avoid fleas and ticks. A solution of 1/3 bleach to 2/3 water is effective in maintaining a clean environment. Your environment may also require spraying periodically with ECOTRAZ or other solution to control fleas or ticks. Remember it is not your pet that is bringing the fleas and ticks but rather the environment. By keeping your environment clean and using a flea and tick spray, you will ensure a healthy, happy pet.
Best Pet PracticesFresh clean water must always be available in a cool shaded area. Maintain clean water bowls. Maintain a relationship with your vet and ensure regular vet check-ups for vaccinations, wormers and general healthcare.
Best Pet PracticesBe a responsible pet owner and encourage others to be responsible pet owners. Spay and neuter your pets. Theoretically one female dog and her offspring can produce 67,000 dogs in six years if all are left unspayed. Do not allow your unneutered male pet to roam and then take no responsibility for the pregnant females. Spaying and neutering also leads to healthier lives for your pets.