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India is a large and diverse country, with an ancient history dating back to the beginnings of mankind. The warm and tropical climate provides the country with a large number of natural resources while their human population is one of the most dense on the planet. Sadly, the population of stray and homeless animals is just as dense as its human population, which is why the work being done at Animal Aid Unlimited is so very important.

Animal Aid Unlimited is a non-profit organization, dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of hundreds of street animals living Udaipur, Rajasthan, India. Street animals in this area occupy an odd social niche in that they are often fed by members of the local community, yet they have no place to turn when they are injured and no home to call their own.

Too often, these animals find themselves living in trash piles and ditches, which can be very dangerous. Without the help of this amazing rescue group, the animals in this video would have had no hope at all. But thanks to the tireless efforts of Animal Aide Unlimited, each of them, as well as countless others, now have a chance for a new day.

If you would like to donate to this life-saving rescue group, you can visit their website by clicking here.

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7 comments on “These Incredible Rescues of Homeless Animals Will Inspire You to Take Action (VIDEO)”

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Sandra Taylor
2 Months Ago

the reason i see full of plastic bags everywhere in india,clean up,too.....do it...full of filty dirty there.


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john pasqua
2 Months Ago

GREAT PEOPLE AT ANIMAL AID TO HELP THESE GREAT ANIMALS


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Kate
2 Months Ago

Lots of dangerous places for animals there. I did give them some money a while back in memory of a dog I used to take care of. His name was Sachin. It is an Indian name and his person is Indian. I thought it a good way to remember the year anniversary of when he died. He spent a lot of time with me and was a sweet guy. I would like to give them more at some point along with the plethora of of all the others I would like to help. They do such great work and i am grateful Animal Aid is there.


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Rosa Touseull
1 Years Ago

Thank you for being so kind


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Maya E Logan
1 Years Ago


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Maya E Logan
10 Dec 2015

thank you to all the angels that make a difference in the world ... by doing kind and good things to help all forms of life

Wendy Sykes
1 Years Ago

Wonderful to see compassion for these animals. Wish they had loving homes.


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Kirsty Browne
1 Years Ago

Amazing work, well done!! <3


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Where there is love there is life
1 Years Ago

Give more than you receive in everything you do. How much does it cost to give love, respect, and kindness to those near you? I guarantee it is priceless to the person receiving them. - Bob Proctor


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Marianne Cash
1 Years Ago

well done


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