A day after an FIR was filed with the Sohana police station against the three accused in the blinding of pregnant canine in Raipur Kalan, Reshamjit Kaur, director and founder of Protection and Care for Animals (PACFA) has come forward to take all responsibilities of the canine.
“She has already delivered pups yesterday and is still in a bad state. She shivers in company of humans and is in need of immense care and love which I want I give her for life,” said Kaur.
To take her responsibility, Kaur will be submitting a letter to DC, Chandigarh, who is the chairman of SPCA asking for custody of the dog.
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“My organisation PACFA will bear all expense for her upkeep and treatment, etc. Also that whenever asked to do so, I will make the dog available for inspection. I will cooperate with the police investigation and keep the SPCA updated about the treatment of the dog, and her progress,” she said, adding that she will also take care of the pups till they are adopted.
“I have treated many dogs. Recently, acid was thrown at a dog and it is in my care now and has recovered a lot. There are chances of infections at the shelter and moreover, she needs a lot of personal care,” said Kaur, who is running a shelter for sick and injured animals in Kandala village in Mohali.