Mumbaikars who save the city’s stray animals

Updated: Apr 06, 2013 17:04 IST

Anand Siva, 40-something and affable, has seen some 150 animals pass his threshold in his six years years as an animal rescuer. He lives with his wife and two kids in a Kharghar home with a 2,000 sqft terrace that’s like a mini farm. It houses, at any given time, dogs, cats, herons, hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs, caterpillars, pigeons and owls. “It’s a riot in here and we love it.” (Photo: Bachchan Kumar)
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Anand Siva, 40-something and affable, has seen some 150 animals pass his threshold in his six years years as an animal rescuer. He lives with his wife and two kids in a Kharghar home with a 2,000 sqft terrace that’s like a mini farm. It houses, at any given time, dogs, cats, herons, hamsters, rabbits, guinea pigs, caterpillars, pigeons and owls. “It’s a riot in here and we love it.” (Photo: Bachchan Kumar)

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