Indore : Sharing the joy of giving and celebrating ‘Daan Utsav’, Bhumi in association with Free Press organised ‘Magic collar’ and feeding drive for animals in its week-long series of events at Nehru Park on Tuesday.
During this week, youngsters are trying to contribute to the society in the form of cash, kind or time. Talking about the event, volunteer Farheen Khan said, “Animals are a part of our society and hence, we are responsible for their well-being.”
She elaborated that giving love and care to these stray animals is one of the best ways to give Daan. Discussing the idea of ‘Magic Collar’, Monish Kothari said, “There are a number of cases, where stray dogs are injured because of accidents at night.” He explained that drivers can’t trace dogs because of low visibility. “To make stray dogs more visible, we tried to put radium collars on dogs,” he added.
Sharing his feelings about animals, Shivam Shrivastava said, “Animals make a person experience lovely emotions like love and care.” He elaborated that animals do not demand anything in return but they deserve our care. “We are just feeding them and spending some time with them, which makes them happy,” he added.
“Contributing towards society refers to helping everyone, so we wanted to feed animals and make them happy. We decided to help them by putting collars.”
Ujjwal Parwal City coordinator of Bhumi
“I am glad to be a part of this drive. I think it is important to contribute towards society and bring a change in some way and that is what we are trying to do.”
Mayank Chandwani Volunteer
“Animals never hurt people instead they constantly love and support us. We are just trying to safeguard them with collars and feed them.”
Ashrita Gupta Volunteer
“We are trying to make life easier for people and dogs by putting radium collars on them. I feel great to be a part of this drive as it will bring a change in near future.”
Anshul Saluja Volunteer
“I am animal lover. I feel bad about stray animals getting in accidents because of low visibility and speeding cars, so it is a little way to improve visibility and help these animals.”
Kartik Goyal Volunteer
“Dogs can heal us from every emotional pain with their selfless love. This is our little step to save their lives.”
Mansi Trehan Volunteer