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Sponsor A Pet


Some pets are destined to spend their lives at our centers as they cannot be released or adopted.
You can help us take care of these lovely pets by contributing towards their upkeep.



This lovely little dog was rescued by our Manager Krishna some months ago. He saw her struggling to walk on the road and brought her to the Centre where she can be safe and well cared for.

Rosy has blossomed into a lovely little dog ( in spite of her deformed front feet) who is very enthusiastic playing with friends in the puppy pen and eating her fill at all meals. You can help with her care and welfare also.


This truly beautiful pup was rushed to our Deonar Centre in such a horrible condition. Someone had thrown boiling hot water on him and concerned slum dwellers found him running down the road, howling in pain. They immediately brought him to our Deonar Centre and emergency treatment started. His entire back and most of his legs were severely burnt. He was just a young pup, about five months old and was kept in the loving care of Asst Radha. Look at him now! He's so friendly and happy and waiting to be sponsored.

Location: Deonar Centre


Naughty was rescued by IDA India in 2015 as a tiny pup. Fortunately we were able to find foster care for her. It was from her foster home that she was adopted. Unfortunately, for some reason, her adoptive parents could not keep her and she came back to our Deonar Centre. She has since been in our care and is a friendly dog with many good friends at the Centre.

Location: Deonar Centre


This pretty girl came into our Deonar Centre as a pup when she was admitted as a patient in the Puppy Pen. When she recovered, after treatment, the person; who rescued her was nowhere to be found, so little Chanchal stayed at Deonar in our care. She is such a lovely little dog that we managed to get her adopted. But Chanchal loves the Centre so much that she played up until she was returned to us and her 'home'. Look at her now! She is the life and soul of the Resident Dog Ward, playful, happy, and healthy. Do sponsor her so that we can keep on taking good care of her and all her friends.

Location: Deonar Centre


Tarzan was brought in by the BMC Van as a pup of 3 months of age. He was in a critical condition having contracted gastroenteritis and was also fully dehydrated. It took a long time to bring the little chap back to good health. In fact it took so long that he soon became very much a part of Deonar Centre. Look at him now! He is almost three years old and looking good. He is one of the big boys in the Resident Ward and has lots of friends among the other dogs. Even our Ward Assistants are very fond of him. Let us know if you would like to sponsor Tarzan. Even if you can't take a dog home, you will be helping to take good care of him at our Centre.


Six years ago late in the night, a small pup was tied outside our Deonar Centre Gate. The watchman heard her crying and went to check on what had happened. That was how, Whitey managed to become one of our beautiful Resident dogs. She has been with us ever since that night as we were unable to get her a home all these years. That doesn't matter at all now as Whitey is very much a part of the IDA India family and a treasured member at that. She is one of the top dogs here and royally chooses where she would like to relax for the day, whether it is outside in the sun and fresh air or inside in the office. All the young ones respect her choice and sit at a distance from her. She loves all of us and will love the person who chooses to be her Sponsor. Let us know if you would like to sponsor this very pleasant dog. You will get news from her from time to time and Whitey herself will be very happy to be your sponsor dog.


Kiwi is one of the large handsome dogs found in our Resident Ward. He was rescued from the premises of a Company in Airoli as IDA India had been told that he was kept tied continuously, not fed enough and was doing badly. Our Van took him to Turbhe Centre. In 2015, he was shifted to our Centre in Deonar which has some open space for the resident dogs to exercise twice in the day. This has been Kiwi's home since then and he has adapted very well and a favourite of the Staff and Trustees. Due to his large size, he has become one of the leaders in the resident ward, much respected by the other dogs. Do help us to take good care of Kiwi by sponsoring him. He will let you know how he is through occasional letters written from his home at the Centre.


Tukhdoo is a young male dog who came in last year, suffering from distemper. These cases seldom recover as this terrible disease is fatal. But Tukhdoo slowly got better and came out of the worst stages of the dread disease. He is now left with that typical shaking of the body which shows up in recovered distemper cases, but he is a favourite with many of our staff members who see to his needs and serve him his food which he relishes. Now all he needs are some Sponsors to take care of his medical care and other comforts which he requires.

Location: Deonar


Meet Sweety who was named after her lovely nature. She is one of the quiet and gentle dogs at the Centre. She is with us because she came in with a bad leg problem, which is still giving her trouble. We decided to let her stay and many at the Centre are very happy about this. We try to take the best possible care of these innocent animals and this is where you come in. Sweety needs sponsors now to make her life comfortable and content.

Location: Deonar


Susie: One day some person came in with this lovely dog for treatment for a small skin problem. After treatment, she left this dog inside and quickly left the premises. We still cannot believe that such a lovely, friendly dog could be abandoned like this, but we have found to our dismay, that some people are capable of cruelty like this. We just feel sad for such a person as we now have the privilege of looking after this wonderful little dog. Susie roams about the Centre and is loved by all. She makes herself very comfortable in the Gift Shop - on the couch at that!! Now she needs sponsors. She truly is a great little dog

Location: Deonar


Jugani came into our Centre along with her mom, as a tiny pup. Look at this lovely girl now! All grown up and simply beautiful. We were very eager to get her a good home and we were successful! But Jugani decided otherwise! She only wanted to come back to her beloved first home - our Centre - and finally, that is exactly what she did. So now she is one of our resident dogs and in need of sponsorship. Do sponsor our pretty little Jugani. She is truly a wonderful little dog.

Location: Deonar


Laxmi is a lovely calm and quiet dog who resides at our Deonar Centre. Some years ago, she was brought in from nearby Kurla as she had a terrible maggot wound in her pelvic area. She was brought in by the night van. Looking at this beautiful dog, you would not think she had anything wrong with her. And now, she is healthy and happy living as one of our resident dogs. She is just waiting for Sponsors now to help with her upkeep.


This handsome cat Sheru was struggling to survive on the streets. He was being attacked by other street cats and was rescued by a kind person. This man was very poor but really had a heart of gold. When he found it difficult to keep on looking after Sheru, he approached us and asked us to help. As Sheru had old eye injuries and the injuries cannot be cured, which we found out after sending him to an Eye Specialist, we decided to keep him at our Centre where he would be safe and cared for. Sheru has established himself very well in the Cat Ward. He has his own cot, keeps all the other cats in line and loves being pampered by humans.


Meet Petal, our delicate little blind cat.. She was brought in recently by a concerned person who found her crouching in a small lane. Petal has now been spayed at our Centre. She will meet the Eye Specialist to check the condition of her eyes. Now she is housed in our Resident Cat Ward and is quite safe and comfortable.


The handsome Kalu was brought to our Center with a bad wound on the pelvic area. His rescuer, after bringing him into the OPD, dumped him there and ran away. Kalu was very aggressive at first, so he was kept in the OPD and had his meals there. He liked one spot - the top of the Electricity Board! After about 20 days, he made friends he made friends with the Office cat, but this was only through the OPD window! Now he is at home in both OPD and Office and very much a part of the IDA family. You can sponsor Kalu for Rs.2000 for a year.


Meet this charming little cat who we named Midnight. He came to us during the lockdown period courtesy the BMC. All BMC hospital cats were to be brought in for spay and neuter at our Deonar Centre. MIdnight was among them. They are still all our guests and by the looks of it they will stay with us. Midnight is enjoying the outdoors at Deonar Centre. He likes to stroll about the premises. Our mission now is to make him put on weight so he looks his truly beautiful self.

Location: Deonar Centre


Meet Frankie. He is from Diamond Garden area Chembur. Doesn't he look great and such a beautiful coat! He came in at Deonar Centre in November 2019, very badly injured with a huge gaping wound on his neck. This had affected his sight and he was completely blind. After intensive medical care and dressing for his wound, he slowly healed and to our amazement, he regained his sight, Now Frankie is part of the IDA India Deonar family very much at home with us.

Location: Deonar Centre


Yes you guessed it. This handsome cat is well named! He has got all his scars and bruises fighting other male cats during mating season. He is from Deonar Farm Road location and has come in for treatment at least 8 times! Finally our Manager decided to grant him residency at our Centre itself. So Romeo, now neutered and content, is spending lazy days at our Centre, enjoying himself strolling all over and inspecting the premises before he chooses the best spot for a day of relaxing. He's one of our cool cats.

Location: Deonar Centre


This very handsome male is named after the area he was rescued from,; Shivaji Nagar in Govandi.. He was brought in last year, 2017, as he had a horrible injury. In a few months, our Vets brought him back to good health but his rescuer could not be traced. Every since he has stayed at the Centre and now he would very much like to have Sponsors to help with his care. (Sponsor Shiva for Rs.1000/- for 6 months or Rs.2000/- for a year)


Our beautiful Cleo, with the lovely green eyes, came in as an accident case from the MIG Colony Kurla. This was two years ago in 2016. A kind person Mr Sheikh brought her to our Deonar Centre for admission and treatment when he found her badly injured after being hit by a vehicle. Our Vets did hard work bringing her back to normal good health and she was fully healed of her injuries. Cleo sort of stayed on and became one of our IDA family. Now she is well and happily established as one of our much loved resident cats. All she needs is some friends on the outside, helping with her upkeep by sponsoring her.


Look at this handsome cat. He looks great and he knows it! It is hard to believe, but Zeus came in to our Centre as a tiny kitten in 2015 with his three siblings. Three of them survived and are all with us, and Zeus is the biggest of the lot. When healthy kittens come in, we try our best to get them into foster care or get them adopted into a safe and loving home. But in the case of these kittens, we were not successful. It is somebody's loss, but our gain. Now we are proud to have such a good-looking cat among all our residents and fond of watching him lord it all over the place. Do contact us if you would like to sponsor this truly lovely cat.


This beautiful little cat has another name. We used to call her "Mom" cat. She just loves to look after little ones and treats them as if they are her own babies. She has been with us for many years and she has slowly become the official Office Cat. She can be found relaxing on the Registers, lolling on the desks and sitting and listening to the calls on the Helpline. She would just love to have Sponsors.


One of our most affectionate cats, Monty is full black and gorgeous. He also has one leg missing - that's why he came to our Centre. He was rescued from Shell Colony Chembur by a kind old lady in 2017, and brought in for treatment. He made a wonderful recovery from his wounds and has been in our Resident Cat Ward ever since. he lovely visitors and meeting people. Now he needs Sponsors.

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