Thursday, 28 May 2020

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No Free Treatment to any birds or animals at BSPCA, RS 400 Consultation Charges is compulsory

IT'S A PRIVATE PROPERTY NO PHOTOGRAPHY NO VIDEO RECORDING DISPLAY BOARD at BSPCA Hospital Premises.

At BSPCA, Parel Animal Hospital Dr Mayur refused treatment to a baby injured crow brought to the hospital by Ms. Reena Richard (Advocate High Court) on 27/05/2020. He said that the said hospital is a private hospital run by individuals and need to pay consultation charges of RS 400/- to Dr and refused the treatment to a baby crow.

Ms. Reena refused to pay and Spoke to Mr. S B Kadam and the other person who were in the office. Mr. Kadam also confirmed and agreed that the hospital is privatised now and stopped free treatment to stray birds and animals. He further said that since 1st March 2020 the trustees of BSPCA decided to charge all the stray animals due to the huge loss occured to the hospital. The treatment for the crow was left due to non-payment of RS 400 to BSPCA.

BSPCA has been a charitable organisation since 1874, (146 years old) the purpose of this organisation is to prevent cruelty to animals and provide help and relief to all birds & animals in the city of Mumbai.

The website of BSPCA and it’s one of the objectives of the organisation has been mentioned as ' to treat the stray animals of Mumbai city.

Ms. Reena wants to say that there was no Vet available between 2 pm to 3:30 pm and when asked the reason, they replied that due to the Pandemic Covid. Surgeons are not coming and hence surgeries are stopped. She has given a written complaint to the authorities for refusing the treatment to a baby crow which was found injured on the road.

Ms. Reena wants to reform the organisation and help BSPCA for smooth flow of the organisation with the help and involvement of higher government authorities including courts so that no birds and animals should be left unattended due to non-payment.

She requires your help to take this further, therefore she requests every animal lover to email the payment receipt if they had done so to BSPCA in the last 3 years uptill date for the treatment of stray animals and birds. The payment receipts can be email at pawaindia@gmail.com with the subject line BSPCA Payment Receipt with relevant details like your experience with BSPCA, photographs and videos with your contact details

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