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Woman With A Golden Heart: Animal Activist Shruti Lonare Changing The World For Animals

An animal activist is appealing for the help for abandoned animals

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Niloy Chattaraj
Niloy Chattaraj
COO of Transcontinental Times, A double gold medalist engineer who covers social issues, science, and Indian history.

INDIA.Maharashtra. Ballarpur: The story of Shruti Lonare, an animal activist is an inspirational one. A woman from Ballarpur, Maharashtra, has saved hundreds of animal lives from hunger, disease and isolation. She has immense love for these animals and due to her caring and loving, many animals are surviving under her tutelage. For the last 18 months, she is making an uphill task for the funds required to feed and care for these abandoned animals.

Her voyage into caring for these mute animals began very early in his childhood. When asked by Transcontinental Times that who is your inspiration behind this noble cause, she replied promptly, ” my mother. ” she quitted her job for devoting her full time to this caring work. She had to sell her golden jewellery for feeding these animals who are forced to live by the roadside in a very pathetic condition. Animals like dogs, cats and cows are left alone who struggle to find food and shelter. Shruti takes great efforts to feed and care for them.

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She is the saviour of these animals and now people are calling her from all directions whenever they see any animal in distress. When asked what she expects from society she replied that she expects some pity and respect for these animals.


She said in her interview with Transcontinental Times that leftover foods can be shared with these animals. Even such a noble cause attracts criticism. But she is not fudged by criticism and is determined to raise the funds for these animals.
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    COO of Transcontinental Times, A double gold medalist engineer who covers social issues, science, and Indian history.

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