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Adopt a petAdopt an Indian dog from the "Blue Cross" shelter and get everything you're looking for, all in one dog. The intelligence of a Poodle and the loyalty of a Collie. The bark of a Shepherd and the heart of a Saint Bernard, the spots of a Dalmatian, size of a Schnauzer and the speed of a Greyhound. A genuine All Indian has it all. And the shelter has lots of All Indian dogs waiting for you. There are genuine, All Indian cats too.
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Water Bowl Project 2014The Water Bowl Project 2014 is an annual initiative conducted by the Blue Cross of India to provide some comfort to homeless animals in this unforgiving summer. The lack of clean drinking water leads to dehydration and finally death of thousands of homeless animals and birds in our city. Here is a chance to help the animals and birds in your street in a small way.
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Support usAs a long supporter of the Blue Cross, you are aware that we have not had a special fund raising appeal for more than three years. However, we urgently need an additional 30 kennels so that we can take in more dogs as in-patients. We have been forced to give priority to the street dog ABC programme of the Corporation of Chennai and all our existing kennels are presently being used for this purpose.
- Medical waste disposal
- ABC - Animal Birth Control
- Mobile Dispensary
- Work with Other NGOs
- Ambulance Services
- Other Blue Cross Org.
- Course in Wild Avian Management
- Animal Experimentation Rules
- Banning of Dissection
- Education Programs
- Animals in Films
- Performing Animals
- Animal Experimentation
- Export of monkeys for research
- Export of Frogs Leg
- 1 Eldams Road, Chennai 600 018, India
- Guindy – Hospital, shelters, ambulance services and ABC center at 72 Velachery Road, Guindy, Chennai 600 032
- Lloyds Road ABC center – Lloyds Colony, Chennai 600 005
- St. Thomas Mount Cantonment – ABC center
- Kunnam center in Kanchipuram District – Hospital, shelters and ABC centre
- Toducadu – ABC center for Thiruvellore District
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Our shelter is also connected to a hospital for all animals that come in with various illnesses that are in need of immediate treatment. This naturally puts new admissions at risk of infection. Baby animals are particularly vulnerable and are also hungry for affection since they were orphaned when they were rescued. We can avoid several risky infections by fostering.
Cow rescuedOn the 14th of June 2014, the Blue Cross of India received a call from Ms. Vijaya from Pallikaranai stating that a cow had gone into labour, and that she seemed to have delivered a stillborn calf whose legs were sticking out from the mother...
Adoption Drive43 fur babies got adopted today at our Adoptathon including 33 pups, 1 abandoned adult pedigree dog (16 male and 18 female) and 9 kittens (4 male and 5 female).
Starving CowOn the 12th of June 2014, the Blue Cross of India received a call from Mrs. Lakshmi stating that a cow had been sitting in the same spot for the last two day refusing any food and even water. The cow, seen in the first picture of the collage walking on the street, lived in Gowariwakkam. Mrs. Lakshmi, along with many locals, used to feed the lady everyday, believing her to be pregnant.
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