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  • Anuradha Ramaswami
     PAWS Newsletter November 2005 - Edited by Brinda Upadhyaya This issue Contains… 1. From the Desk of Hony. Gen. Secretary 2. Cow Case of Shiva Temple
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 1, 2005
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       PAWS Newsletter November 2005
      - Edited by Brinda Upadhyaya

      This issue Contains…

      1. From the Desk of Hony. Gen. Secretary
      2. Cow Case of Shiva Temple
      3. Get Together at Thane SPCA Animal Hospital
      4. Rajkamal Circus Inspection.
      5. KDMC Sterilization Issue
      6. Film Show of BWC film
      7. Donkey Vaccination Camp
      8. Donations Received in kind
      9. Parakeets rescued from Bird Market
      10. Anti-rabies Vaccination Camp
      11. Master Trainer Course
      12. Some Notable Field Cases
      13. PAWS on Net
      14. Appeal for Donations

      ........................................................
      1.FROM THE DESK OF HONY. GEN. SECRETARY:

      Dear PAWS Supporters,
      People often wonder how we manage to run our 3charitable organizations along with working full time at our respective jobs . In the absence of any other animal welfare group, Paws was born out of the dedication, hard work and compassion of only four volunteers who started with a scratch and today have grown to include 120 people who pitch in efforts , services and funds to run this NGO for distressed animals. Despite obstacles and opposition, we continue to serve the cause and can boast of two ambulances that run to assist distressed animals and 40 volunteers actively working for us. Volunteers and our paid staff carry out regular Inspections, raids & co-ordinate reaching help to distress calls. In order to serve better, we need more volunteers for fundraising, campaigns & roadside first aid. We request all those who are interested to please get in touch with us at 09820161114 or E-mail us at


      nileshforpaws@...

      or

      anuradhaforpaws@...

      Yours for Animals,

      Nilesh Bhanage
      __________________________________________________________

      2.COW CASE ON SHIVA TEMPLE:

      Here is the web copy of the news

      http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=8303&CatID=1


      On receiving information about the terrible condition of two sick cows attached to the Monday 31st October 2005, PAWS received a call from local residents of ShivTemple Trust Dombivli (East),PAWS representatives Vishal, Kishore & Nilesh went to inspect and found a cowunable to srtand and with its uterus outside its body due to premature delivery. Another cow was lying injured and paralyzed in her own filth. Both were unattended. An inspection revealed that no drinking water was available to the cows in the cow shed the entire floor of the shed was dirty and damaged, the drainage system was not working and cow dung was smeared all over the bodies of the cows who were tied to an uncomfortably short leash. The lady manager Ms. Nirmala Thakkar was reluctant to take action towards helping the suffering cows – they would have allowed the cows to die. After a lot of protest and with help of BombaySPCA the cows were hospitalized and a complaint was filed at Ram Nagar Police Station against the Trust who owns this small shelter .

      Please write a strong letter warning goshala trust regarding ill treatment of cows on address given below or email your letter to us at nileshforpaws@...
      or
      pawsdombivli@...
      or write to
      The president
      Shri gyaneshwar math trust
      Laxmi narayan lane
      Matunga,(C.R.)
      MUMBAI-400019, India
      Tel: 24015416, 24082503
      ‘’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’
      3. GET TOGETHER AT THANE SPCA ANIMAL HOSPITAL:

      Our sister charity concern Thane SPCA started only seven months ago and is already helping almost 600 animals .This is the first Animal Hospital started by representatives of animal lovers from different cities of Thane District.
      All the trustees, members and volunteers got together at the hospital on Diwali eve (1st November) and celebrated by feeding and walking the animals and cleaning their cages. ……………………………………………………………………………………..

      4. RAJKAMAL CIRCUS INSPECTION:

      PAWS team headed by Anuradha Ramaswamy along with volunteers Vishal, Sonali, ShivPrasad, Monali, Prathmesh & Rinki went to check the condition, treatment & maintenance of Animals used by Raj Kamal Circus in Kalyan which falls in our area
      This Circus which is originally registered in Kerala has already surrendered wild animals like tigers, lions etc.

      Currently the circus has 6 Elephants (2 Males & 4 Females), a 22year old Hippo ,5 Pomeranians Dogs, 5 Parrots (1 Macaw & 4 Cockatoo)and 5 Horses .

      PAWS team discovered that a horse’s leg was badly wounded due to which it could not perform. Dr. Patil the Vet, treated the horse on the spot and also checked all other animals. The Hippo was found to have been raised alone, without any mate and was put in a transit tank where it could not even turn. PAWS objected and demanded that a suitable pond be made for it
      We will be visiting the circus regularly & keeping a check upon the animals!



      Please check the following site

      http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=9008&CatID=1

      ```````````````````````````````````````````````````

      5. KDMC STERLISATION ISSUE:

      PAWS was happy to know that the ‘Municipal Corporation of Kalyan-Dombivli’ started its sterilization camp with Animal Planet. This project is funded by our Municipal Corporation but their staff had no idea on catching dogs or handling animals. PAWS team headed by Ms. Anuradha Ramaswamy visited and inspected the pound along with 8 volunteers. A meeting at ThaneSPCA was called to discuss the
      following points :
      # The Municipal Corporation will be asked to follow ABC Rules 2001. and PAWS & Thane SPCA representatives on ABC Committee will be closely monitor the program.
      # The post-operative care will be taken for 7 days for both male and female dogs and not merely for 3 or 5 days.
      # PAWS Ambulance will catch the stray dogs for sterilization every Saturday and will release them the following Saturday . There will be no monitory transaction with PAWS & Municipal Corporation. PAWS will do this work completely on voluntary basis.

      We hope that this will standardize the work and help control the population of strays.
      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

      6. FILM SHOW OF BWC FILM ‘BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY’

      PAWS screened the film ‘Beauty Without Cruelty’ On 4th of November at Jain Sangh Temple in Dombivli to sensitize the devotees and general public on animal welfare issues.
      *******************************************

      7. DONKEY VACCINATION CAMP:

      PAWS trustee Anuradha and Nilesh along with volunteers Mousumi, Sonli, Kishore and a vet sent conducted a vaccination camp for donkeys working on the railway track around the Kalwa area. All the donkeys were vaccinated against ‘Tetanus’ and those with sores and wounds were treated.
      We thank Mrs. Brinda Upadhyaya for sponsoring this event.
      ………………………………………………………………………………………

      8. DONATION RECEIVED IN KIND:

      # We thank ‘Royal Canin’ Pet food distributor in Thane district for donating us 340kgs of food. Of this we gave some bags to our Thane SPCA animal hospital and used the rest to feed the strays in our area.

      # PAWS thanks our Trustee and staunch supporter Mrs. Fizzah Shah for giving us medicines & vaccines worth rupees five thousand.

      # We also thank CEO of Wockhardt for their help of donating medicines.

      # Many Thanks to Sujata Karanth of ‘DIYA ’ Bangalore for donating Greeting Cards and T-Shirts worth Ten thousand for a charity sale in the Fort area of Mumbai. Thank you Kala for carrying the entire lot from Bangalore to Mumbai!
      Thanks Suji!
      '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
      9. PARAKEETS RESCUED FROM BIRD MARKET:

      Kudos to PAWS volunteer Shiv-Prasad Phadke for doing an excellent job of keeping a close watch on Kalyan’s Bird Market. When he found that Indian Parakeets are being illegally sold and kept in tiny cages, Shiv Prasad swung into action and with the help of Kalyan Range Forest Office, rescued and released the caged birds in the Titwala Social Forestry Area. The Bird seller was arrested as the RFO filed an FIR against him. He will be prosecuted under Indian Wildlife Protection Act 1972.
      ………………………………………………………………………………….

      10. ANTI-RABIES VACCINATION CAMP:

      This camp is held regularly once a month to vaccinate stray dogs & cats against Rabies. Our Vet, volunteers, members & trustees go to different localities in different cities to vaccinate stray animals.
      This month we organized the camps at Hiranandani Estate, Rutu Estate & Shrishti Complex areas of Thane City . Local volunteers like Gladys, Payal, Jenifer, Archana Bathija and Deepak joined us in this drive. PAWS volunteers like Anuradha, Mousumi, Nilesh, ShivPrasad, Kishore & Sonali, Anahita, were part of the team. All strays in these areas are vaccinated against rabies by our vet.

      …………………………………………………………………………………..
      11. MASTER TRAINER COURSE:

      A Master Trainer program was jointly organized by PETA & CLE for animal welfare enthusiasts on ‘National Initiative on Best Practices in Animal Handling’ between 22nd to 25th November 05 in Coimbatore. PAWS Secretary Nilesh Bhanage was one of the trainees who attended this along with the 20 other participants from rest of the country. The program including field visits, discussions & group activities along with presentations and was a successful and useful event.
      ………………………………………………………………………………

      12. SOME NOTABLE FILED CALLS:

      ##On the 5th of November our volunteer Prasad found an injured bullock with an open wound which was being pecked by crows at Kalyan. Despite opposition from the callous owner and residents the bullock was sent to Bombay SPCA , undergoing a journey of 80kms. The poor creature even battered the window due to the stress of traveling but volunteer Vishal and driver Kishore successfully reached the destination admitting it to the hospital.

      ## Two wounded donkeys that were roaming on streets of Thane were rescued by PAWS Ambulance & hospitalized in Thane SPCA Hospital. The local residents called many NGO’s but no one helped except PAWS.
      ................................................

      13. PAWS ON NET:

      Below is the web copy of PAWS work featured in different News Papers:

      http://www.dombivalikalyanplus.com/fullStory.asp?articleID=DKP9ART1152005

      ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
      14. APPEAL FOR FUNDS:


      HELP US HELP THE NEEDY!

      We at PAWS are committed to help our four legged , furred, feathered and scaled friends but for this we are totally dependent on financial help from donors and generous well wishers. Helping distressed people is indeed a service to Humanity but serving dumb and helpless creatures is service to GOD. While there are several others who destroy them , we at PAWS conserve , rehabilitate and serve animals as best as funds permit . We need money to run our ambulance, pay salaries and buy food and medicine. We therefore appeal to you to kindly help us help the needy.

      You small contribution would make us difference!

      Cheques / DD's can be drawn in the name of 'Plant & Animals Welfare Society'
      on below Address:
      PAWS
      A-14, Savitri Sadan,
      Dr. Mukharhji Road,
      Dombivli (East) 421201,
      India.

      A registerd NGO, PAWS will send you a receipt for all your donations at the earliest.

      For Direct transfer to PAWS accounts please e-mail us on anuradhaforpaws@... or nileshforpaws@...
      Thanks, Best wishes and Love from all of us.
      TEAM PAWS

      ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
      Plant & Animals Welfare Society - PAWS is....

      *Member Society of WSPA - World Society for Protection of Animals

      *Associated with IOAP - International Organization for Animal Protection.

      *Associated with RSPCA - UK.

      *Registered under the Society's Registration Act XXIX of 1960 with registration No. Maha/587-2001/Thane dated 7th July 2001.

      *Registered with the Charity Commissioner vide certificate dated 11th September2001.

      *Donations are exempted from Income Tax under Section 80-G of the Income Tax Act 1961, as per Certificate no. THN/CIT-III/J&T/Trust/185/2002-03 dated May 01, 2002 and valid up to 31st March 2004.

      *Registered Under section 12AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide letter dated May 01, 20 . Letter No. THN/CIT-III/J&T/184/2002-03.

      *Recognized by 'Animal Welfare Board of India', Ministry of Forests & Environment, GOVT OF INDIA.

      *Affiliated with World Animal Net (WAN) Directory, USA.

      *Permanent Account Number (PAN) is AAA TP 4245L allotted by Dy. Commissioner of Income-Tax, Pune.

      *************************************************************

      For more information please contact 'Plant & Animals Welfare Society - PAWS' at, A-14, Savitri Sadan, Dr. Mukharji Road, Dombivli (East) 421201, Mumbai.
      Phone Nos.: 9869376238 or 9820161114.

      .......................END OF NEWSLETTER.......

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    • Anuradha Ramaswami
      PAWS Newsletter November 2005 - Edited by Brinda Upadhyaya This issue Contains… 1. From the Desk of Hony. Gen. Secretary 2. Cow Case of Shiva Temple 3.
      Message 2 of 3 , Dec 4, 2005
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        PAWS Newsletter November 2005
        - Edited by Brinda Upadhyaya

        This issue Contains…

        1. From the Desk of Hony. Gen. Secretary
        2. Cow Case of Shiva Temple
        3. Get Together at Thane SPCA Animal Hospital
        4. Rajkamal Circus Inspection.
        5. KDMC Sterilization Issue
        6. Film Show of BWC film
        7. Donkey Vaccination Camp
        8. Donations Received in kind
        9. Parakeets rescued from Bird Market
        10. Anti-rabies Vaccination Camp
        11. Master Trainer Course
        12. Some Notable Field Cases
        13. PAWS on Net
        14. Appeal for Donations

        ........................................................
        1.FROM THE DESK OF HONY. GEN. SECRETARY:

        Dear PAWS Supporters,
        People often wonder how we manage to run our 3charitable organizations along with working full time at our respective jobs . In the absence of any other animal welfare group, Paws was born out of the dedication, hard work and compassion of only four volunteers who started with a scratch and today have grown to include 120 people who pitch in efforts , services and funds to run this NGO for distressed animals. Despite obstacles and opposition, we continue to serve the cause and can boast of two ambulances that run to assist distressed animals and 40 volunteers actively working for us. Volunteers and our paid staff carry out regular Inspections, raids & co-ordinate reaching help to distress calls. In order to serve better, we need more volunteers for fundraising, campaigns & roadside first aid. We request all those who are interested to please get in touch with us at 09820161114 or E-mail us at


        nileshforpaws@...

        or

        anuradhaforpaws@...

        Yours for Animals,

        Nilesh Bhanage
        __________________________________________________________

        2.COW CASE ON SHIVA TEMPLE:

        Here is the web copy of the news

        http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=8303&CatID=1


        On receiving information about the terrible condition of two sick cows attached to the Monday 31st October 2005, PAWS received a call from local residents of ShivTemple Trust Dombivli (East),PAWS representatives Vishal, Kishore & Nilesh went to inspect and found a cowunable to srtand and with its uterus outside its body due to premature delivery. Another cow was lying injured and paralyzed in her own filth. Both were unattended. An inspection revealed that no drinking water was available to the cows in the cow shed the entire floor of the shed was dirty and damaged, the drainage system was not working and cow dung was smeared all over the bodies of the cows who were tied to an uncomfortably short leash. The lady manager Ms. Nirmala Thakkar was reluctant to take action towards helping the suffering cows – they would have allowed the cows to die. After a lot of protest and with help of BombaySPCA the cows were hospitalized and a complaint was filed at Ram Nagar Police Station against the Trust who owns this small shelter .

        Please write a strong letter warning goshala trust regarding ill treatment of cows on address given below or email your letter to us at nileshforpaws@...
        or
        pawsdombivli@...
        or write to
        The president
        Shri gyaneshwar math trust
        Laxmi narayan lane
        Matunga,(C.R.)
        MUMBAI-400019, India
        Tel: 24015416, 24082503
        ‘’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’’
        3. GET TOGETHER AT THANE SPCA ANIMAL HOSPITAL:

        Our sister charity concern Thane SPCA started only seven months ago and is already helping almost 600 animals .This is the first Animal Hospital started by representatives of animal lovers from different cities of Thane District.
        All the trustees, members and volunteers got together at the hospital on Diwali eve (1st November) and celebrated by feeding and walking the animals and cleaning their cages. ……………………………………………………………………………………..

        4. RAJKAMAL CIRCUS INSPECTION:

        PAWS team headed by Anuradha Ramaswamy along with volunteers Vishal, Sonali, ShivPrasad, Monali, Prathmesh & Rinki went to check the condition, treatment & maintenance of Animals used by Raj Kamal Circus in Kalyan which falls in our area
        This Circus which is originally registered in Kerala has already surrendered wild animals like tigers, lions etc.

        Currently the circus has 6 Elephants (2 Males & 4 Females), a 22year old Hippo ,5 Pomeranians Dogs, 5 Parrots (1 Macaw & 4 Cockatoo)and 5 Horses .

        PAWS team discovered that a horse’s leg was badly wounded due to which it could not perform. Dr. Patil the Vet, treated the horse on the spot and also checked all other animals. The Hippo was found to have been raised alone, without any mate and was put in a transit tank where it could not even turn. PAWS objected and demanded that a suitable pond be made for it
        We will be visiting the circus regularly & keeping a check upon the animals!



        Please check the following site

        http://www.dnaindia.com/report.asp?NewsID=9008&CatID=1

        ```````````````````````````````````````````````````

        5. KDMC STERLISATION ISSUE:

        PAWS was happy to know that the ‘Municipal Corporation of Kalyan-Dombivli’ started its sterilization camp with Animal Planet. This project is funded by our Municipal Corporation but their staff had no idea on catching dogs or handling animals. PAWS team headed by Ms. Anuradha Ramaswamy visited and inspected the pound along with 8 volunteers. A meeting at ThaneSPCA was called to discuss the
        following points :
        # The Municipal Corporation will be asked to follow ABC Rules 2001. and PAWS & Thane SPCA representatives on ABC Committee will be closely monitor the program.
        # The post-operative care will be taken for 7 days for both male and female dogs and not merely for 3 or 5 days.
        # PAWS Ambulance will catch the stray dogs for sterilization every Saturday and will release them the following Saturday . There will be no monitory transaction with PAWS & Municipal Corporation. PAWS will do this work completely on voluntary basis.

        We hope that this will standardize the work and help control the population of strays.
        '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''

        6. FILM SHOW OF BWC FILM ‘BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY’

        PAWS screened the film ‘Beauty Without Cruelty’ On 4th of November at Jain Sangh Temple in Dombivli to sensitize the devotees and general public on animal welfare issues.
        *******************************************

        7. DONKEY VACCINATION CAMP:

        PAWS trustee Anuradha and Nilesh along with volunteers Mousumi, Sonli, Kishore and a vet sent conducted a vaccination camp for donkeys working on the railway track around the Kalwa area. All the donkeys were vaccinated against ‘Tetanus’ and those with sores and wounds were treated.
        We thank Mrs. Brinda Upadhyaya for sponsoring this event.
        ………………………………………………………………………………………

        8. DONATION RECEIVED IN KIND:

        # We thank ‘Royal Canin’ Pet food distributor in Thane district for donating us 340kgs of food. Of this we gave some bags to our Thane SPCA animal hospital and used the rest to feed the strays in our area.

        # PAWS thanks our Trustee and staunch supporter Mrs. Fizzah Shah for giving us medicines & vaccines worth rupees five thousand.

        # We also thank CEO of Wockhardt for their help of donating medicines.

        # Many Thanks to Sujata Karanth of ‘DIYA ’ Bangalore for donating Greeting Cards and T-Shirts worth Ten thousand for a charity sale in the Fort area of Mumbai. Thank you Kala for carrying the entire lot from Bangalore to Mumbai!
        Thanks Suji!
        '''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
        9. PARAKEETS RESCUED FROM BIRD MARKET:

        Kudos to PAWS volunteer Shiv-Prasad Phadke for doing an excellent job of keeping a close watch on Kalyan’s Bird Market. When he found that Indian Parakeets are being illegally sold and kept in tiny cages, Shiv Prasad swung into action and with the help of Kalyan Range Forest Office, rescued and released the caged birds in the Titwala Social Forestry Area. The Bird seller was arrested as the RFO filed an FIR against him. He will be prosecuted under Indian Wildlife Protection Act 1972.
        ………………………………………………………………………………….

        10. ANTI-RABIES VACCINATION CAMP:

        This camp is held regularly once a month to vaccinate stray dogs & cats against Rabies. Our Vet, volunteers, members & trustees go to different localities in different cities to vaccinate stray animals.
        This month we organized the camps at Hiranandani Estate, Rutu Estate & Shrishti Complex areas of Thane City . Local volunteers like Gladys, Payal, Jenifer, Archana Bathija and Deepak joined us in this drive. PAWS volunteers like Anuradha, Mousumi, Nilesh, ShivPrasad, Kishore & Sonali, Anahita, were part of the team. All strays in these areas are vaccinated against rabies by our vet.

        …………………………………………………………………………………..
        11. MASTER TRAINER COURSE:

        A Master Trainer program was jointly organized by PETA & CLE for animal welfare enthusiasts on ‘National Initiative on Best Practices in Animal Handling’ between 22nd to 25th November 05 in Coimbatore. PAWS Secretary Nilesh Bhanage was one of the trainees who attended this along with the 20 other participants from rest of the country. The program including field visits, discussions & group activities along with presentations and was a successful and useful event.
        ………………………………………………………………………………

        12. SOME NOTABLE FILED CALLS:

        ##On the 5th of November our volunteer Prasad found an injured bullock with an open wound which was being pecked by crows at Kalyan. Despite opposition from the callous owner and residents the bullock was sent to Bombay SPCA , undergoing a journey of 80kms. The poor creature even battered the window due to the stress of traveling but volunteer Vishal and driver Kishore successfully reached the destination admitting it to the hospital.

        ## Two wounded donkeys that were roaming on streets of Thane were rescued by PAWS Ambulance & hospitalized in Thane SPCA Hospital. The local residents called many NGO’s but no one helped except PAWS.
        ................................................

        13. PAWS ON NET:

        Below is the web copy of PAWS work featured in different News Papers:

        http://www.dombivalikalyanplus.com/fullStory.asp?articleID=DKP9ART1152005

        ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
        14. APPEAL FOR FUNDS:


        HELP US HELP THE NEEDY!

        We at PAWS are committed to help our four legged , furred, feathered and scaled friends but for this we are totally dependent on financial help from donors and generous well wishers. Helping distressed people is indeed a service to Humanity but serving dumb and helpless creatures is service to GOD. While there are several others who destroy them , we at PAWS conserve , rehabilitate and serve animals as best as funds permit . We need money to run our ambulance, pay salaries and buy food and medicine. We therefore appeal to you to kindly help us help the needy.

        You small contribution would make us difference!

        Cheques / DD's can be drawn in the name of 'Plant & Animals Welfare Society'
        on below Address:
        PAWS
        A-14, Savitri Sadan,
        Dr. Mukharhji Road,
        Dombivli (East) 421201,
        India.

        A registerd NGO, PAWS will send you a receipt for all your donations at the earliest.

        For Direct transfer to PAWS accounts please e-mail us on anuradhaforpaws@... or nileshforpaws@...
        Thanks, Best wishes and Love from all of us.
        TEAM PAWS

        ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
        Plant & Animals Welfare Society - PAWS is....

        *Member Society of WSPA - World Society for Protection of Animals

        *Associated with IOAP - International Organization for Animal Protection.

        *Associated with RSPCA - UK.

        *Registered under the Society's Registration Act XXIX of 1960 with registration No. Maha/587-2001/Thane dated 7th July 2001.

        *Registered with the Charity Commissioner vide certificate dated 11th September2001.

        *Donations are exempted from Income Tax under Section 80-G of the Income Tax Act 1961, as per Certificate no. THN/CIT-III/J&T/Trust/185/2002-03 dated May 01, 2002 and valid up to 31st March 2004.

        *Registered Under section 12AA of the Income Tax Act, 1961 vide letter dated May 01, 20 . Letter No. THN/CIT-III/J&T/184/2002-03.

        *Recognized by 'Animal Welfare Board of India', Ministry of Forests & Environment, GOVT OF INDIA.

        *Affiliated with World Animal Net (WAN) Directory, USA.

        *Permanent Account Number (PAN) is AAA TP 4245L allotted by Dy. Commissioner of Income-Tax, Pune.

        *************************************************************

        For more information please contact 'Plant & Animals Welfare Society - PAWS' at, A-14, Savitri Sadan, Dr. Mukharji Road, Dombivli (East) 421201, Mumbai.
        Phone Nos.: 9869376238 or 9820161114.

        .......................END OF NEWSLETTER.......

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