Have you ever
thought what life would be like if we did not have animals in India ?
earthworms, the soil would deteriorate.
butterflies, flowers would disappear.
monkeys and birds, many forest trees would vanish.
turtles, our waters would become polluted.
vultures, carcasses would rot in the fields.
bullocks, transport costs would soar.
donkeys, there would be no mining or construction.
camels, life in the desert would come to a halt.
tigers, forests would be cut faster for fuel.
forests, there would be no rain, no rivers and eventually no life.
Sanjay Gandhi Each and every species from the bees to the bears forms a
protective shield for human life. The quality of our lives depends on them.
When we eat them, exploit them, interfere with natural patterns by breeding one
kind and killing another, we destroy our own lives. As each species disappears,
so does the future of our children.
You can help,
you can help us to help. You can form part of the magic circle of love around
Animals works to create a kinder, gentler world for all. Formed in 1994, it has
transformed animal welfare into an assertive, effective movement across the
country. Our members include lawyers, film stars, business leaders,
bureaucrats, teachers and students. Our units span the country. Our work ranges
from running shelters and ambulances to petitioning and lobbying, training
animal owners and police, producing information material and programmes and
fund-raising. We have won victories for animals in Court, in Parliament and
on the streets - in research laboratories, racecourses, temples, circuses and
PFA has come to
be regarded as one of the strongest animal groups in the world. Recently, when
the world's first International Animal Welfare Directory was complied, its UK
publishers invited PFA to write the foreword. At home, in 2001 the first
Padma Shri Award has gone to a PFA member, Dr. Norma Alvares.
exist without animals. Yet we create a world in which they are abused and misused.
Let us recognize the partnership between us and further it for the good of all
animals - both on two legs and four.