MICHAEL: DOG WITHOUT HIS LOWER JAW (sponsor just 1 of 12 months)

Rs. 1,900.00

Micheal was rescued when he was 1.5 months old with half his lower jaw missing after an accident on the road. He was in intensive care for a week and made a full recovery. Now 2 yrs old he needs to be looked after since he can’t bite into and food and can only slurp. Please sponsor as little as 1 month for Micheal, it goes a long way. Remember there are 700+ dogs at the VOSD Sanctuary and they all have lifelong disabilities.

That’s the magic of the VOSD Sanctuary. Please help MICHAEL. Your contribution goes a long way in ensuring not only his future, but that funds are freed for the constant expansion we experience. Remember we have gone from 0 to 750 dogs in 4 yrs!

It costs an average of ₹1,900 for the upkeep of a dog including food, shelter, vaccination and regular medical care. If you choose QTY = 1 you are sponsoring 1 month for this dog. QTY = 2 indicates 2 months. There is a total of 12 months available to be sponsored. When all months are sponsored this page will not show on https://store.strays.in

All contributions get an 80G deduction. You are contributing towards one of more than 700 dogs in our permanent care. It costs in excess of Rs 15-16 lacs per month to maintain this infrastructure and the rescue and we raise not more than 10% of that through contributions at the moment. Your help in sponsoring this dog goes a long way in supporting VOSD and helping make India’s largest rescue even better.

Thanks for your consideration and contribution.


₹ payment with credit/ bank/ debit card on https://store.strays.in/

₹ payment via NEFT/ RTSG transfer with this information
Account Name: The Voice of Stray Dogs
Bank Name: Corporation Bank
A/C No. (RTGS/NEFT): 039800101026974
Branch Code: 000398
Account Type: Savings
MICR CODE: 560017019
ECS SB CODE: 03980010

$/ £ / € payments available only via Wires / Bank transfers at this time. Please write into info@strays.in for details to be sent to you.

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What is VOSD?

The Voice of Stray Dogs or VOSD is the 3 year-old non-profit that is already the world’s largest citywide dog rescue.
  • With ~7000+ rescues, 200,000+ treatments, 750+ resident dogs, we have experience caring for dogs in every kind of distress.
  • VOSD infrastructure and processes have been built on a $1.5 Million/₹9 Crore budget, largely privately funded.
  • Our many firsts include developing and deploying the world’s first mobile dog rescue app, India’s first canine blood bank, and the world’s first CRM system custom-built to manage all stages of rescue.
  • strays.in is the largest website in the world for dogs, and VOSD has a considerable online presence, with ~100,000 followers on FB, and 12-13 million views on our website + FB + Google+ pages.

What is the VOSD Sanctuary?

The VOSD Sanctuary is a magical place. It is subject of many articles and photo stories, it’s the place that 750+ rescued dogs call home!

While the 750+ dogs that live with me been featured many times in CNBC, NDTV, The Hindu, Hindustan Times, Time of India etc. a month back we were covered by the BBC which went viral with in excess of 3 million views on the BBC, The Logical Indian,   IT Matters , CNNScoopWhoop publications.

This is no shelter. This is a place where each dog has a name. All dogs are free within their 30+ enclosures in a 3.5 acre area. Each enclosure has an enclosed ‘indoor’ as well as an open area, lined with trees. The enclosures have heaters during the winter, and individual water bodies for the dogs to jump into and cool off, in summer. There’s also a 1/4 acre artificial lake created for the dogs simply called ‘the swimming pool’. The whole Sanctuary is lit on UPS throughout the night, and work is on to increase the capacity to a thousand dogs. And we have all medical facilities and supplies in-house.

The Sanctuary is also off-limits to visitors, as it is also the home of VOSD Founder, Rakesh Shukla. However, due to numerous requests, VOSD is planning to organize a guided tour of the Sanctuary from time to time.

Want to see more about VoSD – view this