This young little mama, Silky, and her three pups were tied up in a gunny bag and dumped on the side of the road. She was scared and insecure and kept growling at all. Today, she’s a happy spayed girl and her pups are growing up in the campus.
As part of ACGS’s commitment to animal welfare issues we are collaborating with other animal welfare organisations to close down circuses which cause unnecessary suffering for their animals. This has led to the closure of two circuses in 2017. After closing down one of these circuses, we inherited 14 poms of which many have been adopted since their arrival.
Chintu, the sweetest little spitz-mix boy came to ACGS trailing a horror story behind him. He was rescued from an owner who tortured him so much. Apparently, he had burnt his ears with cigarettes and made a hole in it which then became infected, full of maggots. Today, the ear has healed and Chintu is a happy baby. He has been neutered and vaccinated.