Blue cross chennai donation

Hope Chennai is a orphanage in Ambattur and orphanage in Aminjikari so make a protection to poor children in our orphanage. Hope Chennai make a education for child in special school in Chennai by teach a skills to child. we are charitable trust in Chennai and donate a child by paying a 500 for every month to get a education for poor child.

Blue Cross of India is an animal welfare charity in Chennai, India. This organization offer support to stray animals and pet owners who cannot afford veterinary treatment, find homes for unwanted animals, fights against animal cruelty and create awareness among public in animal adaptation, ownership, etc. Blue Cross of India in Guindy, Chennai-600032-Get Blue Cross of India in Guindy address, phone numbers, user ratings, reviews, contact person and quotes instantly to your mobile on Sulekha.com.

Blue Cross Avenue Velachery Road Guindy Chennai 600 032 Phone: +91-44-46274999 / +91-44-71819575. Hospital, shelters for large and small animals, aviary, ambulance services, ABC-AR programme, library. March 1999. Mrs. USHA SUNDARAM, co-founder of the Blue Cross, and her family members have donated a Cattery to the Blue Cross shelters at Guindy. These are a few of the many rescues Blue Cross of India does everyday. Animal birth control has now become the topmost priority at the shelter. Every day, cats are being spayed and more than sixty sterilizations are done every month. We are thankful for your generous donations which makes all this possible. By donating to Blue Cross, you can transform the lives of pets in the UK by helping to provide life-saving operations, paying for their food or finding loving new homes.  Any amount you can give us will help change the lives of thousands of pets across the UK. Enter your own amount

But now dog pounds in Chennai don’t just seem an illegal inevitability but turns out the decision to make them was taken in the presence of Chennai AWOs including the Blue Cross of India, PFA & SPCA. This comes out clearly in the minutes of the “monitoring committee“meeting held on 15th February, 2013. Meet Tina and Tia, the two gorgeous gals, who have been rescued by Blue Cross of India. The cats have been vaccinated and spayed. They are up for adoption. Both cats are shy and find comfort in each... Meet Tina and Tia, the two gorgeous gals, who have been rescued by Blue Cross of India. The cats have been vaccinated and spayed. They are up for adoption. Both cats are shy and find comfort in each...