Spotted An Injured Animal? These 3 Organisations Are Just A Call Away


    There are so many homeless/abandoned animals that roam the streets of Delhi NCR. Being one of the busiest cities in the country with lots of vehicles and subsequent traffic at all times, innocent animals often become the victims of rash driving and speeding cars.

    It’s important to bear in mind that most animal rescue organisations and hospitals are understaffed, and have limited resources. So, if you’ve reported an incident and are expecting help, do be patient and stick around. It’s even better if you could try dropping the animal to the closest hospital or shelter yourself, instead of waiting for an ambulance, as most shelters have just one vehicle and lots of emergency cases to take on. Once dropped off, do follow up on the animal’s condition and ensure that they are released in the area they were rescued from.

    Here are a few emergency contact numbers that will come in handy for most species of animals in case of an emergency or road accident.





    If you spot an injured bird, you should preferably consider dropping the animal off  yourself. For transporting birds, place them in a cardboard box and make some holes in the box for ventilation.

    You can contact the following places.

    Wildlife Rescue: Contact them preferably for dehydration based injuries or cut wings requiring stitches.

    Where: Chawri Bazaar, Old Delhi

    Contact: +919810029698, +919810129698, +919810639698

    Jain Charity Bird Hospital: Following the tenets of Jainism, they treat sick and injured birds and then set them free, they have a hospital and Delhi and Gurgaon.

    Where: Shri Digamber Jain Lal Mandir Ji, Opposite Red Fort, Chandni Chowk and near Govt Girls School, St Jain Mandir in Gurgaon.

    Contact: +91 9810016162, +91 9968855520, +91 9213922978, +91 9810387093

    Sansthanam Abhay Daanam, Charitable Bird Hospital



    Street Animals-Cats And Dogs


    Defence Colony, Delhi

    Helping an injured dog or cat can get tricky, especially since the animal would be frightened and easily provoked.

    Friendicoes: They have an efficient hospital and a 24-hour ambulance service. They run the Ghazipur Veterinary Hospital based Street Dog ABC Unit and Tilangpur Kotla based Street Dog ABC (Animal Birth Control) Unit.

    Where: Under Defence Colony flyover, South Delhi

    Contact: +9198733 02580, 01124320707, 01124314787

    Animal India Trust: This is primarily a Street Dog ABC Unit and a clinic. They also run a street dog ABC unit at Tughlaqabad Veterinary Hospital.

    Where: Lajpat Nagar, South Delhi

    Contact: 93138 84347, 98112 52592, 011-5566 9924

    Sanjay Gandhi Animal Care Centre: They’ve housed and taken care of sick animals for however long they’ve needed medical attention.

    Where: Raja Garden, West Delhi

    Contact: 93122 11134, 011-2544 7751, 2544 8062

    Some other places you can contact are:

    Jeevashram (Rajokri, Near Gurgaon): 011-2506 3696, 2506 4114, 2506 4118

    PAWS (Masoodpur, Vasant Kunj, South Delhi): 98100 36254; 011 2689 5737

    People for Animals {PFA} Delhi Headquarters, Delhi: 011-2335 5883, 2335 7088, 2335 9241



    Cows And Bulls

    Taking care of an injured cow or bull isn’t easy, especially when it comes to actually taking them to a hospital. You can call these places for help.

    Kamdhenu Mangal Parivaar: They have a free 24×7 Cow Ambulance Ambulance with doctor on board.

    Contact: 7503777888

    Choudhary Mohinder Singh Tokas: He operates from Munirka.

    Contact: 98103 05197, 96502 22787, 98103 94051

    Love for Cows: 98184 34399