People For Animals Certification

   PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS presents a new way to ensure that the products you buy have been vetted and are certified by the right authorities   People for Animals has officially launched their very own brand certification! Brands can now register with People For Animals to get themselves certified as either ‘Cruelty Free’, ‘Vegan’, or … Continue reading People For Animals Certification

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How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language

From repelling pests with coyote urine to luring big cats with cologne, humans are using odors to influence animal behavior. THE VILLAGERS OF Maharashtra state held their breath as the body count climbed. Animal activists knew her as Avni. The Indian government called her T1. But no one knew quite what to do with the tiger, the … Continue reading How humans are hijacking scent, the universal animal language

Dr. Madan Mohan Bajaj is not an animal welfare activist.

Dr. Madan Mohan Bajaj is not an animal welfare activist. He doesn’t try to stop cruelty, nor does he protest or go to court. He is the Director General of International Scientific Research & Welfare Organisation, and Chief of the Medical Physics, Immunophysics, Nuclear Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering Research Laboratory of the Department of Physics … Continue reading Dr. Madan Mohan Bajaj is not an animal welfare activist.

Demise of big cats- A monumental challenge for conservation biologists 

  Saikat Kumar Basu n 2018, WWF has released and outstanding poster depicting the sad demise of big wild cats around the planet. The WWF poster is indeed informative and provides a collage of images and texts depicting in brief the pathetic situation of global big wild cats like lions, tigers, leopards, snow leopards, cheetahs, … Continue reading Demise of big cats- A monumental challenge for conservation biologists 

Chanel Becomes the Latest in Luxury Fashion to Ban Fur and Exotic Animal Skins

Luxury French fashion brand Chanel has announced that fur and exotic skins will no longer be used in their collections, making it the latest high-end label to shun animal pelts in its designs. Joining other fashion houses such as Gucci, Versace and Michael Kors, Chanel will no longer use animal fur or skins such as … Continue reading Chanel Becomes the Latest in Luxury Fashion to Ban Fur and Exotic Animal Skins

PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS presents Send-a-Blanket Month

December is Send-a-Blanket Month at People for Animals, India. We welcome you to join hands with People for Animals and encourage every Indian citizen to “Send-a-Blanket for a shelter dog in need!” New Delhi, 03rd December 2018 – People for Animals, New Delhi along with its select hospitals and units across India present ‘Send-a-blanket’ month. … Continue reading PEOPLE FOR ANIMALS presents Send-a-Blanket Month

A new model for establishing multi-species conservation program

Integrated habitat development is a new concept in which ecosystem development is initiated using nature based measures and/or approaches; catering to multiple species from a sustainable, long term environmental perspective. This is an approach where small ecological habitats are being developed on already existing degraded ecosystem by using simple, economically efficient, low maintenance natural methods … Continue reading A new model for establishing multi-species conservation program

A long time ago I realized what McDonald’s and KFC

A long time ago I realized what McDonald’s and KFC had understood quite a while back; that, for an average person, the gratification of his tastebuds – if only for ten minutes- was more important than saving the world, being compassionate, stopping global warming or even looking after his own health. So I mentally gave … Continue reading A long time ago I realized what McDonald’s and KFC

Sometime ago I wrote about arsenic being deliberately added

Sometime ago I wrote about arsenic being deliberately added to chicken feed and the harm it did to the human body. There is another source of arsenic which is not added deliberately but, nonetheless, is found in large quantities - in seafood and shellfish. Arsenic is an odourless, tasteless element that is used in wood … Continue reading Sometime ago I wrote about arsenic being deliberately added

Singapore Returns 50 Smuggled Indian Star Tortoises To Karnataka

Wildlife SOS did not disclose the name of the forest the tortoises will be released to, so as to keep the poachers away. (The Indian star tortoise is protected under the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 (Representational) About 50 Indian star tortoises were flown to Bengaluru on Monday, two years after they were allegedly smuggled from … Continue reading Singapore Returns 50 Smuggled Indian Star Tortoises To Karnataka