Aruna is a very shy girl her speed and agility belies her 3-legged body. She was picked up from the streets due to an issue with her leg. The traumas of her past are known to her alone but with a tremendous amount of care from our dedicated team and a diet of nutritious food, her stamina has improved and she now confidently carries herself and spends her days at CUPA’s Geriatric retirement centre. Passively adopting her will help cover the costs of her food, medicines and stay your contribution will help us give many other dogs a chance to live out their days in happiness.
Rs.1,700.00 donated


Meet our hyper-active, adorable resident at the Geriatric Centre-Kamlesh. He is what we call a jumpy, cuddly cracker! An affectionate, much-loved, perpetually joyful fellow, Kamlesh is treasured by all who meet him and quite a crowd puller at CUPA’s Geriatric centre. Adopt him passively today it allows us to give many more dogs a chance at living out their days in peace, comfort and surrounded by love.
Rs.2,500.00 donated


Tahira is an extremely talkative senior pooch of CUPA’S Geriatric centre. She loves attention and will get into deep discussions with you by howling to get her point across. A very friendly senior, she was picked up for a terrible wound behind her ear which she has now recovered from. While Tahira can be passively adopted to cover her food and medicine, she will also make a perfect addition to a family and can be adopted permanently.
Rs.17,000.00 donated


Amicable, adorable and appealing! Ammu is a small sized German shepherd with the mannerisms of a puppy. True to her name, ammu is one of the most endearing seniors of the CUPA’S Geriatric centre. While she can be passively adopted, she will also make a perfect addition to a family and can be adopted permanently.
Rs.13,000.00 donated


As captivating as her eyes so is Maggie who is 12 year old senior of Geriatrics! Protective and curious she leads the pack of seniors. Maternal and caring , Maggie is alpha at the centre with her best friends under the shade contemplating their simple but happy life! Passively Adopt Maggie from CUPA’s Geriatric centre and be her hero!
Rs.3,000.00 donated


An old Pomeranian abandoned due to age related issues was found by an animal lover and sent to CUPA's geriatric centre years back. We can him Yogi now and is an extremely amicable, sweet-tempered and frisky lap-dog and gets along with all our senior residents. While Yogi can be passively adopted to cover his food and medical expenses, he will also make a perfect addition to a family and can be permanently adopted. He now spends his old days at CUPA’s Geriatric retirement centre.
Rs.6,500.00 donated


This visually impaired 9-year-old mixed breed senior was abandoned near a residential area. His enigmatic eyes and cheery face belie the pain he has endured in the past Always ready to take risks his ‘never give up’ attitude doesn’t make anyone feel sorry for him. He is our struggler and never fails to make us proud. Come and passively adopt him from CUPA-Geriatric centre (MGC)
Rs.26,650.00 donated


Gunda (11 years old) undoubtedly one of the most handsome seniors of CUPA-MGC is known to us as a true fighter! He was picked up from one of the busiest streets of Bengaluru. It is unknown how he lost his sight(blind) and how he managed to survive on the streets all his life until an animal lover found him unable to fend for himself. Become a part of Gunda’s life by passively adopting him from CUPA-Geriatric centre (MGC)
Rs.9,700.00 donated


7-year-old Indie, Devi has one of the most apt names, her favourite pastime involves sniffing around trees, bushes etc. When outdoors she pinpoints these little treasures which she will dig-up and keep in her collection of treasure horde. Her warm, affectionate, amiable self will melt you into loving her, while she brings about a sweetness with a hint of fun crunch into your life.
Rs.30,833.00 donated


Summer always brings with it joy, happiness and new life – summer of 2016 will always be extra special at CUPA as we welcomed a brand new, beautiful resident – baby filly Xena.Her mother is Zoya, a gentle pony and resident of the Large Animal Rehabilitation Centre since she was rescued from abrupt abandonment. What Xena doesn’t know yet is that she is born with a deformity in her front legs, which means that she will stay within CUPA’s protected fort for life. Like all other young ponies, she prances around her mother, oblivious to her impediment. Only time will tell us what the universe has in store for this precious one.
Rs.63,000.00 donated