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)
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)
Antonio is a young goat who was found in a storm water drain badly bruised. He was treated, nursed, kept in isolation and given good food. The little boy soon gained strength, recovered from his injuries and was sometimes confused into thinking that he was a dog, since he was recuperating in CUPA’s Trauma Centre which has over 80 dogs at any given time.He is now at the Large Animals Centre, center of attraction. When not in his enclosure he is taken for a walk with a leash much to the amusement of everyone around.